Ben Dunk's bubblegum
Ben Dunk's bubblegum
Ben Dunk’s: The tide is finally turning into another leadership for Lahore Qalandars, that are starting to smell something distinct. They’re from their previous place, which is presently being held with the winners Quetta Gladiators since the Qalandars are currently dreaming about finishing in the top four for the first time. The Karachi Kings were encouraged to bat on Sunday and they dropped Sharjeel Khan early. Babar Azam was subsequently joined with a supremely convinced Alex Hales since the duo piled on the misery for its Qalandars. They drifted off from the powerplay overs before obtaining somewhat careful when the area had been spread out. They included 60 runs for the second wicket until Babar Azam has been disregarded.
ALSO READ:PSL 5 Match 23rd, Lahore Qalandars vs Karachi Kings – An Album knock from Ben Dunk, Lahore Qalandars’ Huge Pursuit, Record PSL Venture and Much More stats
The Qalandars picked up two quick wickets of both Iftikar Ahmed and Cameron Delport, who did not stick alongside Alex Hales for extended. However, the Englishman has been untampered by what is happening around and finished his half-century. On the other hand, the group gained profusely as Walton smashed 45 in only 20 deliveries to choose the Kings into 187 runs for the loss of five wickets in their 20 overs.

Ben Dunk roars loudly yet again

Having missed out on what could happen to be memorable hundred against Quetta a couple of days back, Ben Dunk came closer on Sunday but fell agonizingly short by a jog. But it was the brutality of the innings that smears all of the limelight. Fakhar Zaman was dismissed early in the innings and even though having an adequate venture with Sohail Akhtar, Mohammad Hafeez’s remain in the middle was not fruitful. Following the fall of the next wicket with all the scorecard reading 50, Ben Dunk walked and coped with all the bounds. He revealed no respite at any given point for the Kings’ bowlers and then tonked the ball across the border whenever there was a chance. He also reached a half-century in next to no time and was followed shortly by his priest Sohail. Their venture was starting to murder Karachi’s opportunities and Dunk struck the fifth equipment in the last few overs. He finished the match with all the 12th half of his innings, which required him 99 and punishes him there.

Here is how Twitter responded:

Follow us  Facebook


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.