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Peshawar Zalmi 176 for 6 (Kamran Akmal 53, Tamim 39, Hafeez 30*, Smith 30, Faheem 2-37) beat Islamabad United 142 for 9 (Faheem 54*, Umaid 4-23, Ibtisam 3-20) by 34 runsRead More
This was less a match than an incisive analysis of Lahore Qalandars' weakness. In an amateur, unthinking batting display, Lahore whimpered to 119 against the Quetta Gladiators, who in turn felt no need to take any risks, and waltzed to the target with nine wickets and six overs to spare. Read More
The third edition of the PSL began as inauspiciously for Lahore Qalandars as the first two, with Multan Sultans cruising to a 43-run win. Chasing a daunting 180, Lahore began shakily, despite a cameo from Sunil Narine. Brendon McCullum, batting at No. 3, holed out to third man without scoring, off his fifth delivery. Fakhar Zaman kept them in the hunt with a terrific innings, smashing 49 runs off 30 balls, but a spectacular catch by Ahmed Shehzad turned the game. That triggered a monumental collapse, with Junaid Khan taking a hat-trick as Lahore lost their last seven wickets for just four runs to fold meekly for 136. Read More
When all's said and done, what is it that you really want? Do you want the swag to return? Or can you live with just the results? And when you get down to it, this really is the question spiraling away unresolved at the heart of modern Pakistan cricket, ever since the #Mighty90s sides broke up. It's probably less a question, more a behavioural test - how you answer is who you are.Read More
Islamabad United 117 for 5 (Talat 48*, Tahir 3-19) beat Multan Sultans 113 (Malik 35, Raees 3-14) by five wickets Not often, in T20s, does a Powerplay decide the direction of a game. Read More
DUBAI: The day is finally here. The third edition of Pakistan Super League finally kicks off as defending champions Peshawar Zalmi will take on new comers Multan Sultans in the opening game of the tournament at Dubai Cricket Stadium on Thursday.Read More
The PSL schedule for the 2018 edition has been released and will kick-start from February 22 in Dubai. All PSL 3 matches will be played at 4 venues – Dubai, Sharjah, Lahore, and Karachi as announced by the PCB. Read More
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