PSL 5 Semi-Final-2
PSL 5 Semi-Final-2
Lahore Qalandars: It had been just another high-scoring game, yet another last-over six and yet another game that was sealed using a six. Lahore Qalandars won their third match in a row since they hunted down 188, contrary to Peshawar Zalmi, to stay in the hunt for the playoffs. While it had been Fakhar Zaman and Chris Lynn in the Beginning, David Wiese places the finishing touches as it mattered the most.

Shoaib Malik, Haider Ali take Peshawar Zalmi into 187 after an ancient wobble

It had been another throw that Lahore Qalandars won, and it looked like the match was panning out at precisely the same manner it did against Quetta Gladiators. Within four overs, Peshawar Zalmi were decreased to 24/3. That is when the knowledgeable Shoaib Malik and Haider Ali joined hands and bailed the team out of trouble before placing them in a controlling position. The duo weathered the storm until they began milking the bowlers and assaulting them once they had been put. It had been Malik who began building momentum at first until Ali joined in. Both of these scored the 60s since the duo shared a 116-run stand for the fourth wicket.
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There was a little cameo to the conclusion from Carlos Braithwaite because he scored a few bounds en route to his unbeaten 16. Peshawar ended with an excellent score of 187/7 in their 20 overs.

Fakhar Zaman, Chris Lynn half-centuries Prepare the chase

Lahore Qalandars’ skipper Sohail Akhtar put to a 50-run rack with Fakhar Zaman to begin the run-chase. But, Akhtar was out for 21 from the seventh over. Chris Lynn combined Zaman along with the duo shared with a dazzling 96-run stand for the next wicket. The two batsmen struck half-centuries.

Qalandars stutter but triumph in the ending

In 146/1, things were looking great for Lahore Qalandars. After Ben Dunk was disregarded from the 18th over, Lahore had 28 runs from 13 balls. But, Samit Patel, together with David Wiese, struck sensual blows and won the match with 2balls to spare, and the latter struck a 6 to finish off things.

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