HBL PSL 8: David Wiese’s all-round heroics leads Qalandars

Season 8 of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) saw yet another fantastic game. It was the 16th game of the competition, and it included Islamabad United and the Lahore Qalandars. Another fantastic game ended with Lahore Qalandars winning by a massive margin of 110 runs. After winning the toss, Lahore Qalandars decided to bat first. Abdullah Shafique reached his highest run total of 45 from 24 balls while batting.

David Wiese leads Qalandars to HBL PSL 8

Sam Billings scored 33 runs on 23 balls, while Fakhar Zaman scored 36 runs off of 23. Everyone else scored less than Sikandar Raza, who scored 23 and managed to stay in the game. Lahore Qalandars made 200 runs overall for the cost of 7 wickets in their whole innings. Tom Curran grabbed three wickets while bowling for Islamabad United, Shadab Khan took two, and Abrar Ahmed and Hassan Ali each took one.

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They all bowled four overs apiece. When he conceded 50 runs today, Abrar Ahmed continued to be the most costly bowler. Faheem Ashraf and Zeeshan Zameer each bowled two overs, however, none of them was successful in getting any wickets. The batting of Islamabad United has just completely imploded. Rahmanullah Gurbaz led the team in scoring with only 23 runs, while the other opener came in second with 18 runs.

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Tom Curran was the only other player to reach double digits when the openers left. Nevertheless, he only scored 10 runs. Hence, the whole squad was dismissed after just 13.5 overs and 90 runs were scored. Lahore Qalandars were defeated by 110 runs in this manner. David Weiss got three wickets for the Lahore Qalandars, Rashid Khan and Sikandar Raza each took two, while Zaman Khan and Haris Rauf each took one. While Haris Rauf and goalkeeper Billings ran out one player, Hassan Ali.

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