Chris Lynn’s Lahore Qalandars locked horns with an in-form Multan Sultans at a must-win Match in Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. It was a high scoring match where Sohail Akhtar and Co. enrolled an emphatic win by nine wickets on the rear of Chris Lynn’s particular ton. Additionally, it assisted Qalandars for qualifying into knock-outs for the very first time in PSL history. The conclusion reasonably went to the corner of the side as their bowlers were able to take early wickets. Shaheen Shah Afridi castled Ali about the sixth delivery of the innings. At the very next over, astonishingly, the ball has been awarded to Mohammad Hafeez, who caught a massive wicket of all in-form Ashraf about the future delivery of the first over that abandoned Sultans struggling.
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The duo rescued their facet by the early discoveries. Later on, Khushdil Shah, the left-handed batsman, appeared in full flow as he had been beating the opponent bowlers reasonably cheaply. In the long run, Rohail Nazir played with a little cameo of 24 runs off only 17 balls, which assisted Multan Sultans in observing a colossal amount of 186 runs for a loss of 6 wickets in stipulated twenty overs. The Qalandars’ bowlers didn’t make the most of a great start and seemed unhappy against Sultans batting line-up. Haris Rauf appeared as the costliest bowler in the game, which gave 50 runs in his three overs at a market rate of 16.67.

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Coming onto the pursuit, Qalandars openers Chris Lynn and Fakhar Zaman assisted their side at getting off to a dream start. The duo appeared unstoppable on the horizontal track, and they required the charge against the bowlers from the start. At the next over of the innings, Fakhar accumulated 15 runs off Ali Shafiq that gave momentum to the group. Later on, Chris Lynn also joined the celebration as he smacked border and a six on back to off deliveries off Bilawal Bhatti from the fourth over. The Pakistani global enrolled his 2nd half-century at PSL 2020 that also in design with a six Moeen Ali from the sixth over. In the long run, Usman Qadir, the leg-spinner, assisted his side in receiving the initial breakthrough, who disregarded Fakhar Zaman. Until then, Lynn already got settled on the wicket and seemed in no mood to spare the bowlers and that he smacked all of them across the playground. The Aussie worldwide took just 52 balls to score his first ton for Qalandars at a must-win match. He scored 14 bounds and six sixes through his blistering knock. After scoring slew, he seemed in a rush and moved for back to back sixes from the penultimate over that assisted his side, winning the vital match by nine wickets. Also, this triumph helped Qalandars in getting the 3rd group to meet the requirements for its semi-finals of PSL 2020. Chris Lynn’s Follow us  Facebook

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