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PSL 2020 | Match 24 | Lahore Qalandars Vs Peshawar Zalmi Highlights and Match Summary

Results

Pakistan Super League 2020

Lahore Qalandars
Peshawar Zalmi
189 - 187
Final Score

Lahore Qalandars won by 2 runs

Details

Date Time League Season
March 10, 2020 6:59 pm Pakistan Super League 2020

Results

TeamRunsWickets LostOversOutcome
Qalandars189519.5Win
Zalmi187720Loss

Video

Qalandars

Dilbar Hussain Bowler
Salman Irshad Bowler
Chris Lynn Batsman
Sohail Akhtar All-rounder
Fakhar Zaman Batsman
Mohammad Hafeez All-rounder
Shaheen Shah Afridi Bowler
David Wiese All-rounder
Haris Rauf Bowler
Samit Patel All-rounder
Ben Dunk Batsman

Zalmi

Tom Banton Batsman
Wahab Riaz Bowler
Hasan Ali Bowler
Shoaib Malik All-rounder
Kamran Akmal Batsman
Carlos Brathwaite All-rounder
Haider Ali Batsman
Rahat Ali Bowler
Lewis Gregory All-rounder
Liam Livingstone All-rounder
Yasir Shah Bowler

Recap

David Wiese held his nerve towards the end to power Lahore Qalandars to their third consecutive win of the PSL 2020.

With five required off the last two balls, Wiese hammered Brathwaite over the long-on boundary to see his side to win by five-wickets.

With 188 required to win, Fakhar Zaman, batting at the top of the order provided much-needed impetus to the run-chase with a first half-century of PSL 2020.

Lynn, slotted at No 3, formed a solid 94-run partnership with Zaman to take the game away from Peshawar Zalmi. Lynn scored 59 off 32 balls before he was removed by Carlos Brathwaite courtesy a stunning catch from Yasir Shah, running in from long-off boundary.

Ben Dunk, the decimator in Lahore’s previous game against Karachi Kings didn’t hang around for too long with Brathwaite going very full and wide with two fielders in the deep.

David Wiese and Samit Patel then ensured towards the end that the Qalandars got over the line and adding another win to their tally.

Earlier, Peshawar Zalmi were in massive trouble as they were three down for 24 within the powerplay overs. Shoaib Malik (62 off 43) and Haider Ali (69 off 43) then slowly and gradually took the game away.

The duo shared 116-run stand for the fifth wicket to set-up a perfect platform to explode towards the end.

Fakhar Zaman was declared player of the match for his 63 off 46 balls.

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Venue

Gaddafi Stadium

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

Officials

  • Umpires
    Aleem Dar
    Michael Gough
    Nasir Hussain
  • Match Referee
    Mohammed Anees
  • TV Umpire
    Asif Yaqoob