Rossouw’s fifty helps Multan’s comeback against Quetta

Explosive slugger Rilee Rossouw made an impressive comeback in Season 8 of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) as he led the Multan Sultans, taking 9 wickets and easily covering 111 runs to, bbeat the Quetta Gladiators. I was. An impressive Rossouw brought in his eighth PSL on 33-to-50 balls to help Sultan finish the job with his racket. He hit 78 no-outs off just 42 balls, a combination of nine limits and three maxima. It was Isanullah’s day today as the 20-year-old bowler took his 5 wickets to help the Sultan bowl the Gladiators with his 110. Ihsanullah shone brightly in just his second match of the PSL’s first season with quick deliveries and bagging his wickets back his twos. He claimed 5 wickets and conceded just 12 runs in 4 overs. Aside from Ihsanullah, Sultan’s other two pacesetters, Sameen Gul and Abbas Afridi, boosted the team early on by claiming a wicket each.

Sameen batted in first over when aggressive batsman Martin Guptil was dismissed after seven runs. The next fall was Abdul Wahid Bangarzai who was caught by centre fielder Kieron Pollard in front of Abbas Afridi. Quetta, meanwhile, was defeated by Sarfaraz Ahmed after Isanullah threw a fiery delivery to topple the stump. The skipper returned after scoring just two runs. Ihsanullah struck again in the second over when he sent devastating batsman Jason Roy for a grab after 27 runs. The big bowler continued to impress with his hard pace. He caught Iftikhar Ahmed in lbw form. After all three pacesetters played their part, Ousamamir delivered the ball home to his team, and on the final ball of the second over Mohammad, he locked Nawaz in his lbw, leaving Quetta to his 12th over. in which he shortened to 66-6. Gladiator lost another wicket to none other than Isanullah, who hit Umar Akmal’s bat and bent a fatal bouncer held back by Mohammad Rizwan.

The right-handed pacer finally made it five fours after he knocked Naseem Shah (1) out of the ring with a brilliant shot. Despite some of the top batters in the format, Mohammad Hasnain was his second top scorer for Quetta, amassing 22 of his 20-ball runs before being sent back to the pavilion by Sameen. Quetta’s innings ended after veteran batsman Mohammad Hafeez fumbled after hitting 18 runs against Abbas. In the pursuit, Sultan Shan Massoud lost first, but Rossouw and Rizwan carried the innings well. Nuwan Suhara gave Gladiator an early breakthrough when he sent opener Masood back to the pavilion. To defend a narrow goal, Sushara attacked early in his two overs, catching Massoud (3) for him a pound. However, Multan overcame the fall and pushed to the limit with Rossouw taking over the chase. Rossouw and Rizwan worked together strongly for a total of 108 runs as the Sultans won by 9 wickets in 13.3 overs.

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