PSL 2020 | Match 30 | Quetta Gladiators Vs Karachi Kings Highlights and Match Summary


Pakistan Super League 2020

Gulshan-e-Iqbal Block 17, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Gulshan Town, Karachi, Karāchi District, Sindh, 75300, Pakistan
Quetta Gladiators
Karachi Kings
154 - 150
Final Score
TeamRunsWickets LostOvers
Game Statistics

Quetta Gladiators won by 4 runs


Date Time League Season
March 15, 2020 6:59 pm Pakistan Super League 2020


TeamRunsWickets LostOversOutcome



Mohammad Nawaz All-rounder
Sarfaraz Ahmed Batsman
Shane Watson All-rounder
Anwar Ali All-rounder
Naseem Shah Bowler
Ben Cutting All-rounder
Fawad Ahmed Bowler
Sohail Khan Bowler
Azam Khan Batsman
Ahmed Shehzad Batsman
Mohammad Hasnain Bowler


Mohammad Rizwan Batsman
Chadwick Walton Batsman
Babar Azam Batsman
Usama Mir Bowler
Ali Khan Bowler
Cameron Delport All-rounder
Chris Jordan Bowler
Sharjeel Khan Batsman
Umaid Asif Bowler
Umer Khan Bowler
Arshad Iqbal Bowler


Shane Watson and Khurram Manzoor slammed half-centuries as Quetta Gladiators edged Karachi Kings in the last group stage game of the PSL 2020.

Quetta needed to chase down 151 in 3.2 overs to make it into the top-four, which was an improbable task. Ahmed Shehzad was the first one to depart in the run-chase, flashing at a wide line from Waqas Maqsood, edged through to the keeper.

Manzoor, batting in his first game of this year’s PSL, showed no remorse and went after Karachi’s relatively inexperienced bowling. Watson, on the other end, was destructive as well as the duo shared a 118-run partnership to take the sting out of the run chase.

The pair used the crease superbly and used sweep shot to a great effect to nullify any sort of turn in NSK. Both batters fell after scoring half-centuries. Arshad Iqbal then took two wickets in consecutive balls to give a wee bit of hope but the damage had already been done with Nawaz and Azam taking their side home by five wickets.

Earlier, Karachi Kings lost two wickets of Sharjeel Khan and Iftikhar Ahmed upfront before Babar Azam and Cameron Delport provided some stability on a slightly slower track.

Delports 62 off 44 turned out to be a crucial innings for the home side before Chadwick Walton chipped in with 26 off 20 balls.

Peshawar Zalmi and Multan Sultans will go head to head in the first semi-final before Lahore and Karachi face off in the second match on March 17 (Tuesday). The final will be played on March 18 (Wednesday).

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National Stadium

Gulshan-e-Iqbal Block 17, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Gulshan Town, Karachi, Karāchi District, Sindh, 75300, Pakistan


  • Umpires
    Faisal Afridi
    Michael Gough
    Rashid Riaz
  • Match Referee
    Roshan Mahanama
  • TV Umpire
    Ahsan raza