James Vince sets the stage fireOn the flip side, Munro never appeared at a disposition to spare the resistance bowlers, who effortlessly smacked them for borders and sixes on the rear of his sublime hitting. He mustered 25 runs off twelve balls studded with a single border and three sixes. Only after his dismissal, the scoring speed of the group came as among the other batsmen could score excellent runs with the bat. After all, Islamabad United was able to score a total of 91 runs for a loss of seven wickets in specified nine overs. Imran Tahir and Junaid Khan appeared as the best bowler to their own side, who caught two wickets each. Coming onto the chase, Multan Sultans got off into a flying start to the rear of their openers. Zeeshan Ashraf and James Vince were playing their finest that abandoned the United fighting as they impressed by their sublime hitting. Later on, Shadab Khan struck the dangerous-looking venture as he ignored Zeeshan Ashraf from the fifth. Meanwhile, James Vince, in another end, looked in complete flow, who had been hitting boundaries and sixes that took away the match from Islamabad United. In the long run, Shan Masood and Co. chased the goal in 6.4 overs courtesy of Vince’s knock. Additionally, this helped Sultans in catching two major points in the PSL 2020 league table.
This is the way Twitter responded:
FOUR! 6.4 – M Musa to M AliWatch ball by ball highlights at:https://t.co/DEttyeyYV3 Play & win cash prizes: https://t.co/CJuarOHvgA#HBLPSLV #TayyarHain #JanoobKiPehchaan #MSvIU@_cricingif pic.twitter.com/jS6JHPiBiO — Multan Sultans (@MultanSultans) March 8, 2020
James Vince, Janaaab!! 💥❤ Multan stays the fierce Sultans at the TOP of the table, Alhamdulilah!What a Team, full of incredible match winners! #MultanSultans#PSLV2020 #MSvIU — Ubair Khan (@ubairkhaan) March 8, 2020