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PSL 7: Poor performance leads Karachi to another defeat

13 February, 2022

 PSL 7: Poor performance leads Karachi to another defeat

The poor performance of the Karachi Kings have led them to another defeat against Peshawar Zalmi in the 19th game of the Pakistan Super League here at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore.

With the sixth straight loss, Karachi Kings have been eliminated from PSL 7.

Playing first, Peshawar Zalmi's opening duo started the innings with superb batting when Hazratullah Zazai and Muhammad Haris jotted the partnership of 97 runs in 10 overs. Zazai had played the innings of 52 runs with the help of one-six and four boundaries. His partner didn't score a fifty and was dismissed at 49 at the hands of Nabi. Liam Livingstone was not up to the mark and lost his wicket at just 6. Later on, Shoaib Malik and Ben Cutting joined the side and helped Peshawar score a total of 193 runs.

PSL 7: Poor performance led Karachi to another defeat

Chris Jordan bowled an excellent spell for Zalmi and bagged three wickets while Mohammad Nabi, Umaid Asif, and Qasim Akram were able to take one wicket each.

Chasing the target, Captain Babar has begun the innings with Sharjeel who didn't support his fellow opener properly and was dismissed earlier on just 14 runs. Babar slowly carries the rope for Karachi to win but 18 dot balls and 13 singles in the powerplay have once again broken the winning dream of Karachi. Babar Azam went back to the pavilion after scoring 59 runs, he smashed 6 fours. Joe Clarke has hammered 26 runs with the help of two sixes. Ian Cockbain made 14 runs and number six batter Aamer Yamin failed to enter in double-figure.

For Karachi, Salman Irshad and Wahab Riaz sent 2 batters each to the pavilion while Mohammad Umar and Liam Livingstone took a scalp each.

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