Karachi Kings end their PSL campaign with another loss

Jason Roy struck 82 off 64 balls. Photo : PSL

Jason Roy struck 82 off 64 balls. Photo : PSL

Khurram Shahzad’s four-fer, after Jason Roy struck a 64-ball 82, helped Quetta Gladiators to a 23-run prevail upon Karachi Kings to move to eight focuses for just a slight numerical possibility meeting all requirements for the end of the season games.

Having picked to bat first, Gladiator lifted up opener Roy’s 82 – bound with 11 hits to the fence. He overwhelmed the 90-run organization with James Vince, who chipped a significant 24-ball 29 including a six and three additional limits. Roy changed gear subsequent to walking to a 38-ball fifty, and later tracked down help in Itikhar Ahmed whose 11-ball 21 impelled the group to a serious 166/4.

For, notwithstanding, appeared to be a bit less when Joe Clarke and Babar Azam set on a 87-run opening stand inside 11 overs. Nonetheless, Khurram struck two times in his progressive overs to fix Kings back with the wickets of Babar and Sharjeel Khan. What followed next was a free fall as Kings imploded from an agreeable 120/3 to 139/8 in the demise overs with just Imad Wasim dealing with a score in twofold digits. Naseem Shah set off the strutter and Khurram picked two tail-enders to get done with figures of 4 for 22 from his standard of four overs.

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At eight focuses now, Gladiators are attached with Islamabad United yet the last option’s better NRR of +0.101 as without wanting to mean except if United experience a record weighty loss in the second round of the Sunday twofold header, they look all set to thump Gladiators authoritatively out of dispute for a knockouts compartment. The 2020 heroes, Kings, stand disposed of with just a single win in the season.

Brief score : Quetta Gladiators 166/4 in 20 overs (Jason Roy 82, James Vince 29; Imad Wasim 1-27) beat Karachi Kings 143/8 in 20 overs (Joe Clarke 52, Babar Azam 36; Khurram Shahzad 4-22, Naseem Shah 2-14) by 23 runs

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