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PSL 2020: Lahore Qalandars vs Peshawar Zalmi – Lahore Qalandars beat Peshawar Zalmi by 5 wickets

PSL 2020: Lahore Qalandars vs Peshawar Zalmi - Lahore Qalandars beat Peshawar Zalmi by 5 wickets
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Lahore Qalandars vs Peshawar Zalmi Match 24th, Lahore Qalandars won their 4th match within the 5th edition of the Pakistan Super League 2020, once they defeated Peshawar Zalmi by 5 wickets here on Tuesday at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium.

Lahore Qalandars captain Sohail Akhtar has won the toss and decided to bowl first against Peshawar Zalmi in the 24th match of the Pakistan Super League – 2020 here at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium on Tuesday.

Lahore Qalandars comprehensively beat Peshawar Zalmi on Tuesday at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium, defeating the “Zalmi” by 5 wickets and registering their 4th victory in as many days.

The resurgent Qalandars, chasing 188, got a 50-run commencing stand from their openers Fakhar Zaman and Sohail Akhtar. And while the latter departed, in walked Chris Lynn whose 32-ball 59 gained the home side the top hand. But Lynn and Zaman (63 off 46) both were dismissed on back-to-again balls, following which Mohammad Hafeez and Ben Dunk also walked in and walked out quickly. A in shape that had appeared below manage to see you later finally appeared to the battle itself unfastened from Lahore’s grips. It becomes needlessly allowed to go right down to the wire however Samit Patel and David Wiese got what needed performing to get their facet their 0.33 consecutive win.

Earlier, Zalmi, invited to bat first, suffered the worst feasible start after they misplaced their English opener Tom Banton in the very first over of the fit. Liam Livingstone and Kamran Akmal didn’t close long either as the possibility of a meltdown reared its head. However, simply whilst it seemed that a meltdown was at the cards, the young Haider Ali and not-so-younger Shoaib Malik shaped a critical 116-run partnership. Malik scored a 43-ball 62 whilst Haider completed with a 43-ball sixty-nine as he showed why he is rated so especially in Pakistan, assisting Zalmi to end with 187-7.

But Lynn and Zaman (63 off 46) each were disregarded inside a span of a few balls, following which Mohammad Hafeez and Ben Dunk additionally walked in and walked out quickly.

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