PSL 8: Islamabad United Beat Multan Sultans By 2 Wickets, PSL Season 8 Match 24

Islamabad United Beat Multan Sultans By 2 Wickets as Faheem Ashraf will be remembered for his spectacular performance against the sultan at Rawalpindi stadium. On Tuesday night, he grabbed an impossibly strong win from the Multan sultan.

No club has pursued 18 runs in the last over during this PSL season. The odds seemed to be in the sultan’s favor, but Faheem produced some incredible shots with his first two deliveries. Muhammad Ilyas was hit by the first two deliveries for four, and he then grabbed a six on the Next ball.

Islamabad United Beat Multan Sultans PSL8

Just before hitting a four on the fourth ball of the over, Ilyas could smirk ironically. Faheem scored another four off the penultimate ball to secure a two-wicket win. United moved up to second place on the point table after a third victory. Lahore Qalandar is the best team, behind the reigning champions just on net run rate.

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Sultan falls to third place with eight points after suffering their third consecutive loss. To guarantee a spot in the last four, Sultan needs two victories. Tim David, an Australian player, scores his first try of the year. With David’s 60 for 27 deliveries and Shan Masood’s 75, Sultan’s scored 205-5 points.

After united Shadab Khan was dismissed by Ihsanullah for 44 runs off 25 balls in the 15th over, it seemed to be impossible for Islamabad United to chase. In the last 5 overs, United needed 67 runs. Asif Ali and Mubashir Khan were the players, giving room for seven deliveries.

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Before Anwar Ali was lbw out in the last overs, Faheem and Muhammad Wasim Jr. motivated the whole squad with their effort by scoring 16 runs in rapid succession. Sultan came so close to winning, but Faheem prevented it. Muhammad Rizwan entered the game with confidence and hammered three sixes in 18 balls.

33 runs, two to Faheem on the leg side and one with an uppercut to Fazal Haq Farooqi. At the conclusion of Powerplay, Sultan Skipper was quickly ejected by Shadab Khan. As Rizwan was dismissed for charging at Mubashir Khan and hitting his fourth and fifth boundaries in eight overs, Shan Masood got off to a strong start.

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Shan was hitting great shorts to Wasim Junior blasting three boundaries in the 12th over. That bought the openers their first up-half-century. Shadab left fairly quickly, but Faheem found a strategy for winning via unity.

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