Each of the stats from Karachi Kings’ successful chase of 184 contrary to Islamabad United. Karachi Kings gave 3rd defeat of the year to Islamabad United since they chased down 184 throughout the Sunday’s game in Rawalpindi. Luke Ronchi’s unbeaten 57-ball 84 along with skipper Shadab Khan’s 54* off 31 balls helped Islamabad complete on 183/3 since the duo shared a 106-run stand in the last ten overs.
Babar Azam was run out without seeing a ball at the very first of their pursuit, but as many as four players scored more than 30 runs for Karachi, such as Alex Hales’ 30-ball 52. The Karachi Kings finished the quest in just 18.4 overs for the loss of five wickets.
4 — Karachi Kings set an end for their 4-match losing streak from the PSL from Islamabad United. Their final win against Islamabad was through the league period game of this 2018 version. Islamabad defeated Karachi throughout the Qualifier game in 2018 and three times at three meetings throughout the 2019 version.
184 — The 184-run pursuit in this match by Karachi Kings has become their 2nd most crucial chase at the PSL. Their highest is 187 contrary to Quetta Gladiators from the 2019 version.
This pursuit of 184 is also the 2nd greatest which Islamabad United neglected to conquer in the league. The Quetta Gladiators chased down 188 from United throughout the past week match in Rawalpindi.
A listing fifty from Ronchi:
Two — Luke Ronchi currently has listed the dual of 50+ runs and 3+ dismissals as a keeper at the Pakistan Super League on two events — versus Quetta Gladiators at 2019 and vs. Karachi Kings at 2020. No additional wicketkeeper has listed this dual even after.
10 — Amount of the fifties by Luke Ronchi from the Pakistan Super League. He’s currently the very first international player and just the 3rd complete with ten or more 50+ scores from the PSL. Kamran Akmal includes 12 fifty-plus scores, including three countless while Babar Azam also scored ten fifties in this league.
116 — Luke Ronchi consists of a batting average of 116 from the PSL matches against Karachi Kings. Ronchi scored 348 runs with the assistance of four rebounds across six games against Karachi. Just Kamran Akmal (451) has scored more runs at the PSL from Karachi compared to Ronchi but played with innings more.
The two Karman Akmal and Luke Ronchi have scored four fifty-plus scores from the PSL from Karachi Kings. Every other player has recorded as many as four 50+ scores against competition from the PSL.
5 — Amount of ducks for Babar Azam from the Pakistan Super League; the combined 2nd most variety of ducks to get almost any participant.
Faheem enrolls worst PSL spell in history:
17.62 — Faheem Ashraf’s bowling market rate of 17.62 is the worst for any bowler at a PSL match with bowled at least two overs. Faheem surrendered 47 runs in 2.4 overs he bowled in this game.
Mohammad Asghar, against Quetta in 2018 and Mohammad Amir Khan from Multan in 2020, conceded 35 runs in two overs at a market rate of 17.5, both while representing Peshawar Zalmi.
7020 — Alex Hales is currently only the 3rd player from England following Luke Wright (7587) and Ravi Bopara (7070) with 7000+ T20 runs. The 30-ball 52 from Islamabad United was his 50th rating of 50+ in this arrangement that includes three countless.
100/150 — Rumman Raees finished 100 wickets in the Twenty20 format together with all the wickets of Sharjeel Khan in this match while Imad Wasim got to 150 wickets in Twenty20 cricket by dismissing Colin Ingram.
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