Peshawar Zalmi lost the Pakistan Super League Friday night match by scoring 242 runs in 20 overs. Multan Sultan reached the port of victory with 5 balls and 4 wickets in Riley Russo’s stormy century. And the team has set a record in that. There is no precedent in the history of PSL for winning by chasing more runs than this.
Multan lost two openers in the run chase. Shan Masood was out for 5 runs and Mohammad Rizwan was out for 7 runs. After that, Multan’s South African batsman Riley Russo stormed the crease along with Kieron Pollard in the third wicket pair. At this time, they made a pair of 99 runs in just 43 balls. That’s why the team got the basis of victory.
Pollard scored a half century and Rousseau scored a century. Pollard was dismissed for 52 runs off just 25 balls. Meanwhile, Russo stopped at 121 runs. His innings of just 51 balls was decorated with 12 fours and eight sixes. Meanwhile Tim David 2 and Khushdil Shah scored 18 runs. And Anwar Ali and Usama Mir left the field with victory.
Earlier, Peshawar Zalmi got off to a great start by batting at the beginning of the match. The opening pair scored 134 runs in just 11.4 overs. Both the openers have seen half-centuries. Sayem Ayyub was out for 58 runs from 33 balls and Babar Azam was out for 73 runs from 39 balls. Meanwhile, Rovman Powell returned with 2 runs.
Then Mohammad Harris scored 35 from 11 balls, Tom Chadmore scored 38 from 18 balls, Azmatullah Omarzai scored 16 from 6 balls, Wahab Riaz scored 7 runs from 2 balls and Hasebullah Khan scored 7 runs from 7 balls.