Karachi Kings Vs Quetta Gladiators 11th Match of HBL PSL 2023

Karachi Kings vs Quetta Gladiators 11th match of HBL PSL 2023 in Multan. After winning the toss, Rizwan and Shan Masood surpassing the 50-run mark in the Powerplay in a sparkling 85-run stand from 10.2 overs, Karachi Kings would have regretted fielding. As the first phase of the Powerplay saw misfields become boundaries, the pair was helped along by poor fielding.

Rizwan’s sensational batting performance, in which he scored 110 runs off 64 balls, helped the home team reach the enormous target.

The batsman-wicketkeeper scored 10 boundaries and 4 maximums.

The Sultans got off to a good start, but Shoaib Malik gave the Kings a crucial break by sending Shan Masood back to the pavilion and bringing the home team’s score to 85-1.

Karachi Kings Vs Quetta Gladiators 11th Match of HBL PSL 2023

Rilee Rossouw, who is in good shape, joined the party and carried on from the previous match. The South African began to score boundaries, but Rizwan was the one who most severely punished the opposing bowlers.

Rossouw scored 29 runs off 21 balls but was run out in the final over.

James Vince and Matthew Wade, the Karachi Kings’ openers, went all out from the start of the run chase, leading their teams to 72 runs in the Powerplay. Rizwan immediately benefited from the introduction of Usama Mir, as the leg spinner snagged Wade in front. In the tenth over, Vince and Haider Ali made an odd mistake that led to the former’s run out and allowed the Multan Sultans to get back into the game.

Haider was the next batter to go down. He tried to hit a cut shot off Khushdil Shah, but Rizwan edged it, and the ball ended up in his hands.

Shoaib Malik, a seasoned all-rounder, attempted to hit Abbas Afridi for a six as the required run rate increased, but he was unable to cross the fence, and Kieron Pollard made a sensational catch to send him packing.

Ihsanullah, the PSL 8’s leading wicket-taker, bowled  all four of his overs, but he bowled them with a meager economy of 4.25.

Karachi Kings Vs Quetta Gladiators 11th Match of HBL PSL 2023

The match had swung around like a pendulum, but the final two overs were the most exciting and dramatic. The outcome is as follows: The team of Imad and Ben Cutting defeated Mohammad Ilyas for 18 with 40 remaining. After a wide and a single, Cutting smoked a 107-meter-long maximum, which was followed by another wide, Abbas Afridi, who had been victimized by the ruthless attack of the Karachi Kings openers, bowled a waist-high no-ball on what should have been the first ball of the last over. It was launched over the midwicket boundary for a massive six by Imad. Cutting holed out to long-off with six needed out of three balls. With five off one, young all-rounder Muhammad Irfan Khan could only manage a single, and with his powerful shot to the long-off, Imad could only manage a single.

Skipper Imad Wasim made an effort, scoring 46 runs off 26 balls, but it was insufficient to reach the goal.

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