Lahore Qalandars batted first and set a huge target of 199 runs before limiting the Gladiators to 135-8 in 20 overs.
The Gladiators made a comeback against the Qalandars in the later stages of the innings by taking quick wickets after the defending champions made a strong start to the innings.
Fakhar and Tahir, Lahore’s openers, both went down quickly. For the first wicket, the pair added 49 runs.
Mohammad Nawaz dismissed Tahir, who scored 31 runs in only 15 balls.
Hope and Kamran Ghulam put together a great 56-run partnership for the third wicket after the two openers left; however, after scoring 21 runs, Kamran was bowled by Qais Ahmed.
Hope led the charge with a powerful 47 from 32 balls.
All-rounder Hussain Talat looked good and scored 26 runs in the middle overs. However, he was unable to build on his innings and was run out by the Afghan spinner Qais.
With a peach of a delivery that hit the middle stump, pace ace Mohammad Hasnain struck in the 18th over and bowled out the dangerous batter David Wiese for 1.
Raza, from Zimbabwe, hit two sixes and a four.
The pace specialist Naseem Shah, who took four overs but failed to take a wicket for 47 runs, was among the Quetta bowlers whose runs were lost too frequently.
Mohammad Nawaz and Mohammad Hasnain each took a wicket, and Odeam Smith and spinner Qais Ahmed each took two wickets.
By trapping Abdul Wahid Bangalzai for a lbw, skipper Shaheen Shah Afridi gave the Qalandars a head start by sending him back to the pavilion. Bangalzai had his sights set on a golden duck.
The Gladiators overcame their initial setback thanks to a 47-run partnership between Guptill and Roy for the second wicket.
However, after scoring 15 runs, all-rounder David Wiese dismissed Guptill.
Rashid Khan bowled Roy out after the destructive batter scored 48 runs in 30 balls, striking for the defending champions in just seven deliveries.
After the two batters helped the Gladiators overcome an early setback against the Qalandars, Martin Guptill and Roy left quickly.
Odean Smith, who misjudged a slow ball and was caught by Rashid, was bowled out by Shaheen after taking a blinder.
Veteran batter Hafeez was the next to leave the field and couldn’t cross the fence because the skipper Shaheen caught his skying shot. In 22 deliveries , the right-handed batter scored 25 runs.
Fakhar Zaman was the recipient of Iftikhar’s errant shot. In ten balls, he only managed to score six runs. Afterward, in the following over, Mohammad Nawaz tumbled to Sikandar Raza. Kamran Ghulam received the ball after the left-handed batter skidded his shot.
After setting a massive target of 199 runs, the Lahore Qalandars held the Gladiators to 135-8 in 20 overs.
In the 10th match of Pakistan Super League season 8, Lahore Qalandars defeated Quetta Gladiators by 63 runs thanks to three wickets from David Wiese.