Not interestingly this week, Karachi Kings were inside striking distance of their lady win this season, however assuming that it was Islamabad United two or three days prior, it was Multan Sultans this time around, sentencing them to their eighth loss in eight games this season. Subsequently, Multan fixed a main two completion this season.
Rulers, who had effectively equipped for a season finisher spot before this game, had Mohammad Rizwan set up the seven-wicket win with a 56-ball 76, yet it took a 9-ball 21 from Khushdil Shah and a 5-ball 14 from Rilee Rossouw to get their group over the line.
At the point when Tim David got out in the eighteenth over, it looked a piece steep for Multan with the situation perusing 34 off 14 balls. Yet, Chris Jordan surrendered 20 runs in the penultimate over, with Khushdil hitting him for 6, 4 and 6 to begin the once again. The last over of the innings began with a wide from Umaid Asif, and very much like that, the wheels fell off for Karachi exactly when a success was in sight.
It was truth be told an exceptionally serious complete from Karachi right off the bat. Babar Azam tumbled to Rumman Raees in the second finished yet Sharjeel Khan kept runs ticking with a 34-ball 36 preceding Joe Clarke’s 29-ball 40 and Imad Wasim’s 16-ball 32 assisted them with squeezing 45 runs in the last four overs, remembering 16 for the last finished. Mohammad Nabi (21 off 15) and Rohail Nazir (21 off 12) contributed with their commitments too as Karachi had an all out to bowl at.
However, Karachi’s bowlers couldn’t strike in the powerplay, surrendering 44 runs in the initial six, and that set the vibe for a 100-run opening stand. Rizwan was gotten off Jordan in the fifteenth over, when things looked a piece steep however Khushdil and Rossouw guaranteed that Multan ricocheted back to winning ways after a loss in their last game.
Brief Scores : Karachi Kings 174/6 in 20 overs ( Joe Clarke 40, Imad Wasim 32*; Dahani 2-44) lost to Multan Sultans 176/3 in 19.3 overs (Mohammad Rizwan 76; Hamza 2-24) by 7 wickets