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PSL 2020 | Match 3 | Lahore Qalandars vs Multan Sultans Highlights and Match Summary

Results

Pakistan Super League 2020

Lahore Qalandars
Multan Sultans
138 - 145
Final Score

Multan Sultans won by 5 wickets

Details

Date Time League Season
February 21, 2020 7:00 pm Pakistan Super League 2020

Results

TeamRunsWickets LostOversOutcome
Qalandars138820Loss
Sultans145516.1Win

Video

Qalandars

Dane Vilas Wicket-Keeper
Chris Lynn Batsman
Sohail Akhtar All-rounder
Fakhar Zaman Batsman
Mohammad Hafeez All-rounder
Shaheen Shah Afridi Bowler
David Wiese All-rounder
Usman Shinwari Bowler
Haris Rauf Bowler
Samit Patel All-rounder
Ben Dunk Batsman
Shahid Afridi All-rounder
James Vince Batsman
Shan Masood Batsman

Sultans

Mohammad Irfan Bowler
Shahid Afridi All-rounder
Mohammad Ilyas Bowler
Rilee Rossow Batsman
Sohail Tanvir All-rounder
Khushdil Shah All-rounder
Imran Tahir Bowler

Recap

Lahore Qalandars started off on a losing note as they were pipped by Multan Sultans in the third match of the Pakistan Super League 2020.

Opting to bowl first, Multan restricted the opposition to a rather average total of 138. Lahore openers had given their side a fiery start – Lynn, in particular, took the attack to the bowlers before his attack came to an end.

Soon after, Fakhar Zaman followed as Moeen Ali snaffled two wickets in one over. Ben Dunk fell short of his ground courtesy a mix up between himself and Hafeez.

Hafeez’s average run at the crease was ended by Imran Tahir – inviting him to go for a big shot with a slower, wider ball. Pressure piling upon himself meant Hafeez went after it but the ball only found the toe-end of his bat, lobbing up a straight forward catch for Shan Masood at covers.

Skipper Sohail Akhtar showed some resistance and delivered few meaty blows towards the end of his innings, getting Lahore to 138 for the loss of eight wickets.

In reply, Multan Sultans started off well with a few crisp shots from James Vince, in particular. Following the wickets of Vince and Moeen, Masood and Rossouw kept the scoring rate moving along.

Masood’s knock came to an end by a slower ball from Wiese but Multan were ahead in that stage of the game. Zeeshan Ashraf and Rossouw were dismissed after the while and in a quick succession, but that didn’t bother the Sultans with Afridi chipping in with a 12-ball 21.

The total was chased down in 16.1 overs, giving the Qalandars with plenty of thinking to do. Imran Tahir was adjudged player of the match for his two wickets.

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Venue

Gaddafi Stadium

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

Officials

  • Umpires
    Nasir Hussain
    Ranmore Martinesz
    Rashid Riaz
  • Match Referee
    Mohammed Anees
  • TV Umpire
    Shozab Raza