PSL 8: Peshawar Zalmi Beat Karachi Kings by 24 runs, PSL Season 8 Match 17

Peshawar Zalmi Beat Karachi Kings by 24 runs, Matthew Wade the starting midfielder for Karachi Kings, still thinks that his club has a decent opportunity to go to the postseason in the current Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 8. Wade remarked in a statement to the media after the Kings’ 24-run defeat to Peshawar Zalmi on Wednesday in Rawalpindi that they failed to make use of their chances and lost games despite coming dangerously close.

Peshawar Zalmi beat Karachi Kings by 24 runs

“Most of our losses have been by rather small margins. We’re definitely still in the tournament because of our run rate “Wade stated. “In a few days, we will have another chance. We must recover and win each of the next three games. We’ll go to the next round if we can win the remaining games “Added he. Wade, who helped Kings chase down 198 runs against Peshawar Zalmi while scoring 53 runs off 41 balls, said he could have put the game away.

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With four points in seven games after the most recent defeat, the Kings are now sixth in the standings. Their run rate of 0.565 puts them in the running for a berth in the next round. With 24 runs, Peshawar defeated Karachi. In their Pakistan Super League (PSL) match on Wednesday at the Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi, Peshawar Peshawar Zalmi beat Karachi Kings by 24 runs. Kings were held to 173-8 in 20 overs while attempting to chase down a target of 198 runs.

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The Kings scored 55 runs in the first powerplay despite losing Adam Rossington, who scored 15 runs in eight balls. Tayyab Tahir, who had previously hit a fifty, was caught behind the stumps in the seventh over of the game, but Azmatullah Omarzai made a key dismissal. Two wickets fell in rapid succession as Karachi attempted to boost the ante, giving Peshawar the advantage over Karachi. Shoaib Malik (1) and Irfan Khan (4) left the hut without making a major impact.

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Although seeming to be in terrific form, opener Matthew Wade was dismissed by Mujeeb Ur Rahman after reaching 53 runs in 41 balls. With Wade’s departure, the Kings lost their direction and often lost wickets. Imad Wasim, the club’s captain, achieved an unbroken 57 runs in 30 balls but was unable to lead his side to victory. Each Aamer Jamal and Omarzai took three wickets, while Mujeeb took two.

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