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PSL 2020 | Match 17 | Lahore Qalandars vs Islamabad United Highlights and Match Summary

Results

Pakistan Super League 2020

Lahore Qalandars
Islamabad United
127 - 198
Final Score

Islamabad United won by 7 wickets

Details

Date Time League Season
March 4, 2020 6:09 pm Pakistan Super League 2020

Results

TeamRunsWickets LostOversOutcome
Qalandars1271018.5Loss
United198320Win

Video

Qalandars

Chris Lynn Batsman
Salman Butt Batsman
Mohammad Hafeez All-rounder
Ben Dunk Batsman
Samit Patel All-rounder
Sohail Akhtar All-rounder
Muhammed Faizan All-rounder
Seekkuge Prasanna All-rounder
Usman Shinwari Bowler
Salman Irshad Bowler
Dilbar Hussain Bowler

United

Luke Ronchi Batsman
Colin Munro All-rounder
Shadab Khan All-rounder
Colin Ingram Batsman
Asif Ali Batsman
Rizwan Hussain Batsman
Hussain Talat All-rounder
Rumman Raees Bowler
Dale Steyn Bowler
Akif Javed Bowler
Zafar Gohar Bowler

Recap

Luke Ronchi, Colin Munro and bowlers combined to outclass Lahore Qalandars in the 17th match of Pakistan Super League 2020.

Batting first, Islamabad United posted a mammoth 198 for the loss of three wickets, with solid contributions from Luke Ronchi (48 off 31) and Colin Munro (87 off 59).

In reply, Lahore Qalandars were bundled out for 127 with standout contributions from Zafar Gohar and Rumman Raees.

Chris Lynn, opening the batting for his side, fell on the second delivery of the innings when he top-edged Dale Steyn to mid-on. Mohammad Hafeez, who came in to bat at No 3 spot, struggled to get going and was caught at mid-wicket, trying to pull Akif Javed.

The likes of Salman Butt, Ben Dunk and Samit Patel didn’t survive around for long as the asking rate continued to soar up. Spinners Shadab Khan and Zafar Gohar stymied the run-flow in middle overs and shared five wickets between themselves. Rumman Raees then ran through the lower order with three wickets.

Earlier, Islamabad put on 198 for the loss of three wickets with openers Ronchi and Munro being the chief tormentors. Ronchi was dismissed off Hafeez’s off-break but Colin Ingram (29 off 19) and Asif Ali (20 off 6) chipped in towards the end overs to give Islamabad a very competitive total.

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Venue

Gaddafi Stadium

Gaddafi Stadium, Hafeez Kardar Road, Zaildar Park, Muslim Town, Gulberg, Lahore District, Punjab, 57760, Pakistan

Officials

  • Umpires
    Asif Yaqoob
    Nasir Hussain
    Shozab Raza
  • Match Referee
    Aziz Ur Rehman
  • TV Umpire
    Faisal Afridi