PSL 5 Match 24th: Lahore Qalandars hurried for their 3rd successive win of this PSL 2020 since the edged beyond the Peshawar Zalmi by five wickets on Tuesday night. Haiden Ali (69 away 43) and Shoaib Malik (62 away 43) placed on 116 to the 4th wicket in just 12 overs following the Zalmi missing three wickets within four overs. Fakhar Zaman (63 away 46) and Chris Lynn (59 away 32) wear a 96 for the 2nd wicket by scoring Chairman. Their dismissals abandoned Lahore, requiring 40 out of 23 balls that were chased back on the penultimate ball as a result of some max out of David Wiese.
All the statistical highlights from Lahore Qalandars’ 188-score chase against Peshawar Zalmi:
End of Lahore’s losing streak against Peshawar:
2-8 — Just the next time that the Lahore Qalandars has conquered Peshawar Zalmi in ten meetings at the Pakistan Super League. The first-ever PSL triumph for the Lahore from Peshawar came throughout their 2nd meeting of this 2016 edition. Qalandars dropped seven consecutive matches against Zalmi involving both of these wins.
3 — Lahore Qalandars have won each of the past few matches. This is the first time that they won three successive games at the Pakistan Super League. Qalandars, in reality, won three in a row in 2018 also, however, the 2nd triumph of the series came via Super Over. Lahore hasn’t been unbeaten for two matches in a row at the PSL besides these two streaks.
Another big chase by Qalandars:
188 — Lahore Qalandars’ successful pursuit of 188 has become their joint 2nd highest successful chase at the Pakistan Super League. Their highest pursuit is 201 that came from the Multan Sultans in 2019. Qalandars also chased down 188 on Sunday from the Karachi Kings.
Additionally, this is the first example of any group scoring more than 175 while pursuing the PSL from Peshawar Zalmi. The previous highest chase at the PSL from Zalmi was 173 by Islamabad in 2017. Peshawar published 190/9 in that match, but a spell of rain revised the goal to 173 in 18 overs.
The previous youngest participant was Hussain Talat, who had been 21 decades and twelve days old when he scored a thirty-nine-ball 56 for Islamabad United from the 2017 variant against Quetta Gladiators.
Malik @ 1000 works:
1058 — Shoaib Malik completed 1000 runs at the Pakistan Super League when he on four. He’s currently just the 4th player from Pakistan and ends the 6th player to collect 1000 PSL runs on. Malik can also be the slowest for this landmark among the six players since he desired 42 innings to arrive.
Samit gets Kamran yet again:
Samit Patel disregarded 4 — Kamran Akmal on four events from the PSL. The left-arm spinner bowled 16 balls at the league to Akmal, who scored 14 runs atop the four dismissals.
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