Yet another nail-biting match was witnessed last night between Quetta Gladiators and Multan Sultans. Unpredictability was seen participating as the 12th player in the Pakistan Super League’s match last night.

It was almost impossible to predict the winner till the last ball of the match as the two high-scoring teams of PSL were seen in its full form, creating some good cricket news for you.

From exceptional catches to outclass fielding, both the sides managed to give the audience an entertaining match.

Remarkable performance by Multan Sultan’s top players couldn’t help the debutant team win:

Let’s talk a little about the fortune here. Umar Gul; the veteran Pakistani bowler is part of Waseem Akram’s squad, but still he wasn’t the first choice in yesterday’s match. Junaid Khan; another exceptional bowler was replaced by Gul, and this decision turned out to be the match changer for Multan Sultan.

The game was almost in Multan Sultan’s court when Quetta Gladiator’s lower-order batters became the prey to Gul after making several boundaries to save the match.

Not one, not two but six wickets were taken by the super-bowler Umar Gul. At his sixth wicket, disappointment was obvious on Quetta Qalandar fans’ faces.

The thrilling last over was something Sultans’ didn’t saw coming:

But like we say, “cricket is an unpredictable game,’ Hassan Khan came and owned the pitch with his outstanding batting in the last over.

The 19-year old youngster showcased his skill while batting against one of the best and aggressive bowlers from Multan’s side; Kevin Pollard.

Needing 9 out of six deliveries, the youngster managed to stay calm and confident.

8 knocked out players from Quetta Gladiators, the hopeful audience and the team management had their eyes on the young lad when he was batting for 3 runs in the last 2 deliveries of the match, in order to win the match for his team.

Hassan swung the bat high and the ball turned into Quetta’s victory in the air, making it a mighty sixer!


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