David’s Sultans earn berth in PSL final after crushing win

Tim David will play for Multan Sultans in the Pakistan Super League final in 2023 following a decisive victory over Lahore Qalandars. Tim David, a powerful hitter, will have the opportunity to win his first Pakistan Super League championship after Multan Sultans qualified for the 2023 competition’s final.

Tim David Multan Sultans in PSL8 final

In the ‘Qualifier’ final against Lahore Qalandars, David scored 22 off 15 balls to help the Sultans reach 5-160. In response, the Qalandars were totally destroyed, being dismissed for 76 in the 15th over by local spinner Usama Mir (2-12) and West Indian fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell (3-20).

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David, who just joined the Sultans for the last three games of the regular season, has already had a significant influence on the team. He smashed 60 off only 27 balls in his maiden game against Islamabad United and an unbeaten 43 off 25 in his third against Quetta Gladiators.

His season total of 127 runs in four games has been achieved at an absurd strike rate of 181.42. That now gives David, who has established himself as a famous gun-for-hire who travels the world, the opportunity to win his second T20 championship when the final is played on Sunday, March 19.

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(the early hours of Monday, March 20 for the east coast of Australia). David has only had one successful campaign so far, which he had with the Southern Brave in the first Hundred tournaments in 2021. He has, however, placed second in the PSL (2022) and the UK’s T20 Blast (2022).

David has played in the finals series only once since joining the Hobart Hurricanes before the KFC BBL|10 seasons, a defeat in the BBL|11 “Eliminator” match. With two “Eliminator” finals to choose their opponent, Multan will face one of Islamabad, Peshawar Zalmi, or Lahore in the championship game.

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