Karachi: Defending champion Quetta Gladiatorswith a three-goal win over Islamabad in the inaugural match of the Pakistan Super League Championship 2020, which helped fight young Azam Khan.
21-year-old Gladiator player Izum broke three shots at the boundary and scored five goals at a score of 59 in 33, giving Quetta a 169-goal lead in 18.3 versus seven wickets.
Earlier, Islamabad was hit on the first ball of the tournament when Colin Munro and Bowling were arrested by Mohammad Nawaz.
After losing the first wicket, Daud Milne and Luke Ronchi tried to rebuild the towers and, after recording 23 runs for Sohail Khan, added 38 rounds in 22 births before being arrested late into the night.
After Ronchi’s fall, Malan was in charge of the work and recorded some sharp moves. He added the final 68 runs for the third wicket with his partner Hussain Talat (19) at the hands of Mohammad Hasan by Ahmed Shehzad.
Colin Ingram was on his way back, followed by Milan’s departure. Milan scored 64 out of 50, with five rounds and three games, while Islamabad lost the last six courses in 41 matches.
Mohammad Hasnain scored four runs, 25 runs. Ben Kitchens received three players, who had 31 strikeouts four times.
In reply, Quetta also lost three wickets. Jason Rai (0) and Ahmed Shehzad (7) were sent to the wing by Mohammad Moses, while Shane Watson scored 15 goals.
Captain Sarfraz Ahmed and Izum added 62 candidates for the fourth wicket partnership and formed the Gladiators victory.
Azzam scored a goal in 59 points, while Sarfaraz and Sohail Khan added 21 and 18 respectively before Kitchen’s 22-ball Ben Kitchen (12 of 22) went a long distance. Khan got a break of six points thank you .