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PSL 2020 | Match 18 | Peshawar Zalmi vs Quetta Gladiator Highlights and Match Summary

Results

Pakistan Super League 2020

Double Road, Rawalpindi
Peshawar Zalmi
Quetta Gladiators
170 - 140
Final Score

Peshawar Zalmi won by 30 runs

Details

Date Time League Season
March 5, 2020 6:59 pm Pakistan Super League 2020

Results

TeamRunsWickets LostOversOutcome
Zalmi170615Win
Gladiators140715Loss

Video

Zalmi

Kamran Akmal Batsman
Imam Ul Haq Batsman
Haider Ali Batsman
Shoaib Malik All-rounder
Liam Livingstone All-rounder
Lewis Gregory All-rounder
Liam Dawson All-rounder
Hasan Ali Bowler
Wahab Riaz Bowler
Rahat Ali Bowler
Yasir Shah Bowler

Gladiators

Jason Roy Batsman
Shane Watson All-rounder
Ahmed Shehzad Batsman
Ben Cutting All-rounder
Mohammad Nawaz All-rounder
Azam Khan Batsman
Sarfaraz Ahmed Batsman
Sohail Khan Bowler
Tymal Mills Bowler
Naseem Shah Bowler
Mohammad Hasnain Bowler

Recap

Shoaib Malik, Haider Ali and Wahab Riaz combined together as Peshawar Zalmi edged out Quetta Gladiators by 30 runs to set up their third win of the tournament.

Asked to bat first in a 15-over-per-side game, Peshawar Zalmi scored 170 for six in their first innings. Shoaib Malik (54 off 27) and Haider Ali (39 off 24) were the two batsmen who did most of the damage.

In reply, Quetta Gladiators could only reach 140 for the loss of seven wickets in the required overs. Shane Watson was the first batsman to depart. With a big total in the hindsight, Watson tried to up the ante by beating the man at extra cover but couldn’t do so.

Ahmad Shehzad struggled to motor along, trying to hit the ball too hard and miscuing it on most occasions. That, in turn, transferred the pressure on Jason Roy at the other end, who ended up getting his stumps rattled by a straighter ball from Yasir Shah.

Soon after, Ahmed Shehzad perished. He made a paltry 10 off 17 balls. Ben Cutting delivered a few blows but he was caught at the fence off a controversial no-ball call by the third umpire. Young Azam Khan didn’t hang around for long. He was caught first-ball in the deep, trying to clear the fence.

Earlier, Peshawar Zalmi posted a mammoth total with Shoaib Malik batting smartly to smash Quetta’s bowling. Quetta’s tactics of bowling either too full or short didn’t work as Malik hammered them to all parts of the ground.

Haider Ali scored a quick fire 39 off 24 balls, impressing with his hitting mechanics. He smashed four boundaries and two sixes in his innings.

Via Cricingif

Venue

Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium

Double Road, Rawalpindi

Officials

  • Umpires
    Ranmore Martinesz
    Saqib Khan
    Tariq Rasheed
  • Match Referee
    Roshan Mahanama
  • TV Umpire
    Rashid Riaz