The Multan Sultans beat the Lahore Qalandars and reached the PSL final in the most shocking way possible and all netizens can focus on are the 'phaddas'.
“When your prime batter gets out early, that puts pressure on you,” Qalandars captain Shaheen said after the match.
The Kings — with nothing to lose after having already been knocked out — came into the match with 8 changes to post a challenging total of 196-7.
Rashid puts United in spin with 4 wickets as they were bundled out for 107, missing dangerman Azam Khan who was taken for X-Rays after left-hand injury.
The stump mic ended up catching the player venting his frustration in a very typical manner after getting bowled out.
“We will try to come back in the tournament as there are five matches left,” Zalmi's Haris says.
His five wickets coupled with Fakhar Zaman's massive 96 runs powered the Lahore Qalandars to victory against Peshawar Zalmi.
Even the needless walk towards Gate No.6 was not direct and passed through a nearby inner lane stretching further the distance to be covered.
“My focus is on Sunday’s match and I hope the fans enjoy it,” says Shaheen; Babar says it is "always cheering and challenging" for him to face the bowler.
With pacer’s overs already exhausted, Sultans captain Mohammad Rizwan make does with Mohammad Ilyas and Abbas Afridi.
Shaheen shows a spectacular opening spell with him terrorising the Gladiators with his trademark first spell and taking three wickets.
For the Quetta Gladiators, the ninth PSL game may have gone downhill not without a fight.
Imad Wasim's team won by 67 runs in the eighth PSL match.
Rossouw was in no mood to let his partner’s dismissal get the better of him.
Colin Munro and Azam Khan ensure their team took the game against Karachi Kings by four wickets in their opening fixture in PSL 8.
Karachi Kings versus Peshawar Zalmi was bound to stir up drama now that the Pakistan skipper has jumped teams.
Teams like Lahore and Islamabad have stuck to their guns while the winds of change blow in Peshawar and Karachi.
PSL has provided a launching pad for several of the team’s current stars, and for them, hitting top form will be key.
Govt grants the status of state guests to all the participating teams and match officials.
The all-rounder is a part of the England squad for their white-ball tour to Bangladesh.
Each side could pick a maximum of one foreign cricketer in the two supplementary rounds.
The tournament will be played across four cities — Karachi, Multan, Rawalpindi and Lahore.
“The traditional rivalry between Karachi and Lahore will give the [hockey] series an exciting touch,” PHF secretary says.
Says PSL 8 will be a "star-studded" event; league to kick off on Feb 13 in Multan.
Haider Ali and Shoaib Malik join Karachi Kings.
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