Last Over Darma in PSL Season 8 Match 11, 110 runs were scored in an unbroken inning by Muhammad Rizwan. Multan scored 196 runs in 20 overs; Shaan Masood made a half-century; Karachi Kings scored 18 runs in the last over; Imad Wasim, who had scored 46 runs but was unable to smash a six on the final ball; James Vince, who had scored 75 runs; and others. In a dramatic game, Multan Sultans beat Karachi Kings by 3 runs in the 11th match of Pakistan Super League Season 8.
Last Over Drama Continues …..
The Karachi Kings side reached 193 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in the allocated 20 overs while chasing Multan’s total of 197 runs. In the Multan game, the Karachi Kings won the toss and chose to bat first against the Multan Sultans. Muhammad Rizwan, the captain of the Multan Sultans, achieved an outstanding century. After hitting 110 runs off 64 balls with the aid of 4 sixes and 10 fours, Rizwan was still unbeaten.
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Riley Russo scored 29 runs, while Shaun Masood scored 51 runs. In the allocated overs, Multan Sultans scored 196 runs while losing two wickets, while Mohammad Umar and Shoaib Malik each claimed one wicket for Karachi. James Vince and Matthew Wade scored 72 runs in their first wicket combination as the Karachi Kings impressively began their innings in pursuit of the 197-run mark.
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Matthew Wade was out for 20 runs when he was taken out, while James Vince had fantastic 75-run innings but was regrettably run out. Apart from Imad Wasim, none of Karachi’s batsmen could perform well after the openers. Shoaib Malik scored 12 runs and Haider Ali scored 13. Ben Cutting and captain Imad Wasim fought off Sultan’s bowler, but Ben Cutting eventually went back to the pavilion after reaching 12 runs. Imad Wasim persevered till the last ball.
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Last Over 22 Required
Kings needed 22 runs from the last over. Amadoseem struck a six-run shot and scored seven runs in the last over, which Abbas Afridi opened with a no-ball. Amadoseem took a single after the first pitch. Ben Kattan scored a six on the following ball after the next delivery went wide, and Abbas Afridi then misplayed his line. followed by bowling a wide ball. Ben Cutting was unable to play the third ball, and on the fourth ball, he was tripped up.
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Five runs were needed on the penultimate ball after Irfan Khan got a single off the fifth delivery, but Imad Wasim was unable to smash a six and was limited to taking a single. As a result, despite scoring 18 runs in the last over, Karachi Kings lost the game despite having reached the mark. Imad managed to score 46 runs off 26 balls with the aid of 5 sixes, remaining unbeaten.
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Usama Mir, Khushdil Shah, and Abbas Afridi all dismissed players for Multan, each doing so with one. Muhammad Rizwan, the captain of the Multan Sultans, was named the game’s best player. It should be emphasized that Multan Sultans, who have only lost one of their five games this season, are the top team. Karachi Kings also participated in five games, losing four of them.
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