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Multan Sultans crush Peshawar Zalmi by 42 runs

10 February, 2022

 Multan Sultans crush Peshawar Zalmi by 42 runs

Multan Sultans won the 16th match of the seventh edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 7), beating Peshawar Zalmi by 42 runs at Gaddafi Stadium on Saturday.

Playing first, Multan Sultans set 183 runs target for Peshawar Zalmi. Rizwan-led Sultans commenced well with their in-form opening duo of Mohammad Rizwan and Shan Masood providing them with another solid launching pad.

Things did get a touch muted following the powerplay when Peshawar Zalmi s spinners, Liam Livingstone and Shoaib Malik, tightened the screws and bowled extremely well in tandem.

By the time Rizwan was dismissed, the Sultans were nearing the three digits mark and it was the perfect platform for their middle order to unleash its explosiveness. Tim David contributed handily with another blistering cameo of 34 off 18.

Earlier, Peshawar Zalmi had won the toss and opted to field against Multan Sultans.

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In the previous match played between Multan Sultans and Peshawar Zalmi in Karachi, Sultan’s had registered their fifth straight win in the 13th match of the PSL 2022 after they thrashed Zalmi by 57 runs at National Cricket Stadium.

Peshawar Zalmi had a rough start with Kamran Akmal getting dismissed for just 10 runs off 7 balls, however, Hazratullah Zazai managed a score of 43 runs off 32 balls. Haider Ali, who replaced Kamran Akmal on the pitch scored 24 runs off 12 balls, while Shoaib Malik could only add 11 runs towards the target of 223.

Hazratullah Zazai was the only top-order batter to hit for the Zalmi, but after that, all batters fell in quick intervals. The Afghan batter managed to hit 43 runs with the help of five fours and one six.

Although Cutting hit a few big ones against Dahani in the 19th over, the pacer had done his bit. Tahir with three wickets bowled a lovely spell too.

Playing first, Multan Sultans set 223 runs target for Peshawar Zalmi after they were invited to bat first.

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