Karachi Kings v Quetta Gladiators, PSL 2017, Dubai
Quetta Gladiators 158 for 4 (Shehzad 54, Shafiq 51, Sohail 2-28) beat Karachi Kings 154 for 6 (Babar 36, Pollard 31, Mahmudullah 3-21) by six wickets
It was an amusement between the top side and the base, and kid did it appear. Quetta Gladiators whipped Karachi by six wickets in what was the most uneven match in the PSL up until this point, making Sarfraz Ahmed’s squad the first to meet all requirements for the knockout stages.
The diversion was won on the back of a stunning playing show by the Gladiators as they crushed the restriction in the center overs, the pace bowlers flummoxing the batsmen with controlled pace varieties and prodding slower bouncers.
Karachi had got off to a quick begin, achieving 46 for 0 in five overs through their new opening pair of Kumar Sangakkara and Babar Azam.
Be that as it may, in the center 10-over extend from the 6th through the fifteenth, Karachi dealt with a minor 52 runs. Chris Gayle’s progressing battles were a component of the Karachi innings. He scratched around and endeavored to dispatch the odd ball out of Dubai in a worked 34-ball 29 that removed all the air from his side’s innings.
Quetta, conversely, were guaranteed ideal from the begin of their pursuit, with Ahmed Shehzad and Asad Shafiq scoring a strong 49 from the Powerplay. From that point forward, Shehzad tore into the rocking the bowling alley, berating the youthful Usama Mir in his first over. Shehzad crushed him for two fours and two sixes in an expensive 22-run eighth over and the hundred organization in the long run came up in 11 overs.