PSL 5 Match 25th
PSL 5 Match 25th
If Sohail Tanvir gets moving, it’s challenging to prevent him from picking up a heap of wickets. The Peshawar Zalmi have realised that following the current match against the Multan Sultans. The previous year’s runners-up, Zalmi, has experienced a troubled start to this variant of this championship. In three games, they dropped two and neglected to take forward the winning momentum out of the previous game. Their batting performance in this match was abysmal, and the bowlers could not hold on to the essential moments in the match. Peshawar Zalmi kept dropping at regular intervals as soon as they were asked to bat. Tom Banton dropped early for just four runs. Mohammad Ilyas obtained through the middle order together with the wickets of both Shoaib Malik and Liam Livingstone. However, these efforts were not adequate since the Sultans’ bowlers kept storming back in fixed intervals. Sohail Tanvir came back to the attack to wrap up things as he chose the past two wickets. Therefore, the resistance was bowled out for only 123 runs in 18.3 overs.
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From 47/4 into winning the game courtesy Rilee Rossouw and Khushdil Shah

Sohail Tanvir The Multan Sultans were trashed early in the pursuit after a few wickets dropped soon. Hasan Ali and Rahat Ali disregarded James Vince and Moeen Ali respectively for 5 and two runs, respectively. Therefore, the negative was 10/2 at a point. Skipper Shan Masood also made out to just eight runs, and Zeeshan Ashraf followed back to the pavilion after scoring 12 out of 5 chunks. In 47/4, matters appeared slightly gloomy for its Multan Sultans. The former took a more revolutionary and calculated attitude while the latter proved to be the aggressor because he generally is. Rossouw played calculated cricket and did not take too many opportunities. However, he struck seven fours and a six and stayed unbeaten on 49 off 42 balls. Shah, meanwhile, raced his way into 43 from just 29 chunks as the pursuit was finished in 14.5 overs with six wickets to spare.

Here are some of the best reactions on Twitter after the game:


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