Multan Sultans set 164 runs target for Lahore Qalandars

Multan Sultans set 164 runs target for Lahore Qalandars I Baaghi TV

LAHORE: Multan Sultans set 164 runs target for Lahore Qalandars in first eliminator of the seventh edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2022 at Gaddafi Stadium on Wednesday. 

Multan Sultans end with a par total. Muhammad Rizwan just could not get going today. He lost Shan Masood early but Aamer Azmat took the pressure off his skipper and kept the scoreboard ticking.

Rossouw too came in and did the same as he added over more than 1oo for third wicket with Rizwan. But the Sultans’ skipper was unable to get his timing right and struggled to get his score run over 100. He managed to do so only in the 19th over.

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Ealier, Lahore Qalandars won the toss and chose to field against Multan Sultans.

It should also be noted that Lahore Qalandars’ opening batter Fakhar Zaman created a new history in PSL on Wednesday when he succeeded to surpass Babar Azam in the list of most runs and most scores of 50+ in a single edition of the tournament.

Fakhar is already leading runs scorer in PSL 7 and surpassed Karachi Kings’ opener Babar Azam’s record when he took the 34th run of his innings of 63 off 45 deliveries against Multan Sultans in PSL qualifiers.

In PSL’s last edition, Babar had scored 554 runs in 11 innings playing for Karachi Kings. Fakhar, in this edition, has scored 584 runs in 11 innings.

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The half-century against Multans was Fakhar’s 8th score of fifty or more in this edition of PSL which is also the most numbers of 50+ scores in a single edition of PSL.

Previously, the record was with Babar who had scored 7 scores of 50 or more.

Interestingly, Multan Sultans’ Muhammad Rizwan has also scored 7 scores of 50 or more this season and is likely to break Zaman’s record.

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