PSL 5: Match 26th
PSL 5: Match 26th
Shan Masood also scored a very important half-century for Multan Sultans. Multan Sultans locked horns with Karachi Kings at a PSL match in Multan Cricket Stadium. The fans may have anticipated an enthralling encounter but that wasn’t true since Sultans registered an emphatic win with a margin of 52 runs. Moeen Ali and Shan Masood turned out to be the heroes of this game for his or her own side. However, the decision did not go along with Multan Sultans opener Moeen Ali and Zeeshan Ashraf assisted their side at getting off to a good start since they stitched a venture of 31 runs in four overs. Kings were able to receive their first breakthrough since Iftikhar Ahmed disregarded Ashraf about the very first delivery of the fourth over. Moeen Ali The duo was smacking the bowlers very smoothly and the competitor bowlers did not were left bemused as they failed in their effort to put a stop to their innings at the first stage.

Multan Sultans increase their winning streak

In the Long Run, Moeen Ali in his attempt to score off a Six Umaid Asif ended up Providing a Grab to Cameron Delport. Shortly, Chirs Jordan castled Masood from the 12th over of their innings. Kings had eventually routed the settled batsmen back in the pavilion and began carrying a lead from the game.
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They stayed effective in limiting Multan Sultans to get a score of 186 runs, who had been harshly approaching 200-run markers at the same stage in the game once Moeen Ali and Shan Masood were about the crease. Mohammad Amir turned out to be the top wicket-taker because of his side. Because he grabbed two wickets and enrolled bowling figures of 2/27. They neglected to click with the bat which left the people struggling in the commencement of the innings. Shortly, Alex Hales was likewise disregarded by Shahid Afridi in his effort to score a border. Karachi Kings batsmen were stuck at the net of spinners since they failed to score runs . Later on, not one of the players at the middle-order gathered a great knock together with the bat since they threw their wickets cheaply. The entire side of Kings could not even play with a total of 20 overs and they have been ignored for a score of 136 runs in only 17 overs.

Moeen Ali, Shahid Afridi and Imran Tahir collectively took a total of six wickets to his or her own side. And, it was to be the most important reason behind Multan Sultans 52-run success against Karachi Kings.

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