Lahore Qalandars vs Quetta Gladiators Match 21st, Lahore Qalandars won their 2nd match within the 5th edition of the Pakistan Super League 2020, once they defeated Quetta Gladiators by 8 wickets here on Saturday at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium.
Lahore Qalandars captain Sohail Akhtar has won the toss and decided to bowl first against Quetta Gladiators in the 21st match of the Pakistan Super League – 2020 here at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium on Saturday.
Lahore Qalandars comprehensively beat Quetta Gladiators on Saturday at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium, defeating the “Gladiators” by 8 wickets and registering their 2nd victory in as many days.
Mohammad Hafeez (39) and Ben Dunk (30) finished the work for Qalandars as they won their second match within the tournament.
Earlier, Patel finished his four overs spell with the figures of 4-5 and found out things for his team to dominate over the defending champions. Left-arm pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi started the party when he removed Shane Watson for naught on the second delivery of the inning.
In his next over, Afridi once more dominated and this point sent Ahmed Shahzad back home. Shahzad made nine off eight. Later, Patel took three back to back wickets of Jason Roy, Sarfraz Ahmed, and Azam Khan.
Sent into bat first, Gladiators weren’t ready to begin things well. They lost openers earlier and only their three batters entered into double figures. Sohail Khan was the very best scorer for them. The right-handed batsman scored 32 off 35 balls with the assistance of two boundaries and as many sixes.
Zahid Mahmood scored run-a-ball 19 runs laced with two boundaries. Apart from Patel and Afridi, Farzan Raja took two wickets while Salman Irshad bagged a wicket.
In reply, Qalandars lost their skipper Sohail Akhtar earlier after he was promoted up the order. He scored just five runs. Fakhar Zaman also departed after scoring 20 runs off 13 balls. But afterward, Hafeez and Dunk supported the winning side and scored 67 runs together on the scoreboard.
Mohammad Nawaz was the sole wicket-taker for Gladiators. The left-arm spinner took two wickets for nine runs in three overs.