KARACHI KINGS vs MULTAN SULTANS Match Highlights 2022

In the Pakistan Super League (PSL) opener against Karachi Kings on Thursday at National Stadium, captain Mohammad Rizwan and Imran Tahir shone the brightest. They assisted their team in cruising to a seven-wicket victory. After winning the toss and putting Karachi in to bat, Tahir gave his team the early wicket while also claiming three crucial victims. Sharjeel Khan, Mohammad Nabi, and Tom Lammonby. Rizwan played a captain’s knock by scoring 52 off 47 balls. KARACHI KINGS vs MULTAN SULTANS Highlights

KARACHI KINGS vs MULTAN SULTANS Match Highlights 2022

The Babar Azam-led team had handed the Sultans a modest 124-run target, which they achieved in 18.2 overs at the expense of three wickets, putting pressure on the Kings’ spinners, who did not perform up to par.

KARACHI KINGS vs MULTAN SULTANS Match Highlights 2022
KARACHI KINGS vs MULTAN SULTANS

Karachi: Hello and welcome to our highlights cricket coverage of the PSL 7 first game between Multan Sultans and Karachi Kings at National Stadium in Karachi. Multan Sultans, the PSL 2021 champions, have a winning start to their PSL 7 campaign. It was a deceiving pitch where the ball wasn’t going on to the bat correctly, so we could have seen a huge target on the scoreboard. However, Mohammad Rizwan, the 2020 men’s T20I Player of the Year, was on hand to assist them. 50 to begin the competition. With the addition of Shan Masood and Sohaib Maqsood, Karachi was unable to secure the quick wickets necessary to apply pressure. Dew was another issue that the spinners had to contend with.

The majority of the Karachi Kings batting lineup, including Mohammad Nabi, who scored just 10 runs off of 17 balls, and Tom Lammonby, who only scored one run, were held to a low total by Multan Sultans’ excellent bowling performance. Lewis Gregory could have changed the course of the game, but he arrived too late. He still managed to score 14 runs off of 16 balls.

 

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