Multan Sultans on Monday vanquished Lahore Qalandars by seven wickets at the National Stadium Karachi, and committed its kindred Punjab establishment to their fourth straight base completion of Pakistan Super League.
After the Sultans won the hurl and selected to handle first, Lahore Qalandars chief Fakhar Zaman and Riki Wessels opened the innings.
Zaman (53 off 36), the Qalandars captain, was the main hitter to stick around as his side continued losing wickets from the opposite end. David Wiese contributed 30 off 22 however whatever remains of the Lahore hitters battled against the Sultans’ bowling assault.
With only three batsmen scoring in twofold figures, Lahore figured out how to post only 140 keeps running on the board for the loss of 8 wickets. Mohammad Abbas was the pick of the Multan bowlers, grabbing three scalps in his designated four overs.
Shahid Afridi, conceivably playing the last match of his vocation, additionally inspired, asserting two wickets for only 18 runs.
While Lahore’s best request — notwithstanding Zaman — had flopped stupendously, Multan’s didn’t. Shan Masood contributed 48, James Vince 25, while Johnson Charles contributed with an unbeaten 41 to get their side home with the insignificant of whine and seven wickets to save.