Match 24: KK v LQ – Qalandars Defeated Kings In Super Over


In the third edition of the Pakistan Super League, Lahore Qalandars took the second victory in the event by defeating Karachi Kings by three runs in Super Over after a thrilling competition.

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In the match in Dubai, Lahore Qalandars’ captain Brendon McCullum won the toss and invited to Karachi Kings for batting, while the opener who returned to the pavilion after making only three. runs.

Qalandars got the opportunity to take the second wicket on the next ball of Yasir Shah but Shahen Afridi could not catch the easy catch.

Babar took full advantage of this opportunity and scored 72 runs for the second wicket with Lendl Simmons, Simmons scored 55 runs and became a wicket for Sohail Khan while Colin Ingram could only make 12 runs.

From the second end, Babar Azam continued the batting and completed his third half-century in the event and played an innings of 61 runs in 49 balls and played a significant role in reaching his team to big score.

Shahid Afridi scored six on Shaheen Afridi’s first ball as he came but the young fast bowler blew his wickets on the next ball.

Karachi Kings 162 runs for the loss of five wickets in the fixed overs.

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Sohail Khan was the most successful bowler to take three wickets from Lahore Qalandars.

In the pursuit of the target, Prakash Zaman and Anton Devcich were paired 26 runs that Mohammad Irfan scored Devcich’s wickets.

Young Agha Salman, who was accompanied by Prakash Zaman, came with the help of 63 runs for the second wicket and stabilized the position, but after making 28 runs Fakhar became an Immad Waseem’s wicket.

Lahore Qalandars sent Sunil Narine for fast batting, who failed and Narine scored just six runs on seven balls.

Agha Salman and Brendon McCullum made 35 runs for the second time, and once again made the hope of Qalandars, but Usman Khan replaced Agha Salman and McCullum in the same over.

Agha Salman 50 and McCullum made 15 runs and returned to the pavilion.

At the end of the match, Qalandars needed 16 runs for victory and Sohail Akhtar scored 12 runs in the first three balls.

Mitchell McClenaghan went run-out on the fourth ball of the over and while fifth he could score only one run.

Lahore Qalandars needed three runs on the last ball of the match, but Sohail Akhtar was out on the bowling but the wave of joy went on when the umpires announced that Osman Shinwari gave no-ball.

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The last ball of the match was a free hit on which Qalandars needed a run for victory, but he could make the same run and match tie, after which the decision of the match would be on super over.

Super Over:

Fakhar Zaman, who scored two runs on the first ball of the first inning, was become the wicket of Mohammad Amir.

Aamir gave a white ball and Mitchell McClenaghan scored a run on the second ball. However, Amir once again gave the white ball and the third and fourth ball, Qalandars’ batsmen took a score to six by one run.

McCullum scored Aamir fourth in the fifth ball while McCullum out in an attempt to score two runs over the last ball.

Lahore Qalandars made 11 runs in super over to target Karachi Kings 12 runs for victory.

Karachi Kings was unable to score any run on the first ball of the super over, and on the second ball, Lendl Simmons took a run.

On the third ball, Mitchell McClenaghan took a stunning catch on the collapse of Colin Ingram’s inning, while the fourth ball on the ground, Lendl Simmons surprised everyone by not taking any run.

On the fifth ball, Simmons took a run and Shahid Afridi’s sixth on the last ball, Qalandars won the match with three runs.


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