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PSL 2023: Sarfaraz praises Hasnain, Naseem for brilliant death overs bowling

KARACHI: Quetta Fighters’ (QG) captain Sarfaraz Ahmed valued his young quick bowlers Naseem Shah and Mohammad Hasnain for their demise overs bowling during his group’s match against Karachi Rulers on Saturday.

PSL 2023: Sarfaraz acclaims Hasnain, Naseem for splendid passing overs bowling
Tending to a presser after the match, Sarfaraz said, “Credit goes to Naseem and Hasnain, the manner in which they dumbfounded eighteenth and nineteenth. We bowled splendidly in the last five overs to limit them.”

Karachi required 37 runs off 18 balls with the in-structure veteran Shoaib Malik and youthful player Irfan Khan Niazi at the wrinkle. Hasnain and Naseem displayed extraordinary demise bowling abilities in the eighteenth and nineteenth overs to direct Quetta to their most memorable success of the time.

Shah offered just six runs in the eighteenth over while Hasnain yielded simply seven in the nineteenth to build Quetta’s possibilities of triumph dramatically.

Answering to a question in regards to the disappointment of Quetta’s top request in the two games, the captain said: “Our top request is known for playing forceful cricket. We have given them the arrangement as per their assets. As all of you know, the manner in which Jason Roy played the year before. He and others will get back in the saddle in the forthcoming matches.”

Quetta lost their initial four wickets inside the initial six overs against KK.

In any case, on the rear of a shining hundred by Kiwi player Martin Guptill, Combatants arrived at a decent all out of 168 in their 20 overs and crushed the Rulers by six runs.

The skipper applauded the New Zealand batter’s innings saying it was “the best inning PSL so far”.

Karachi Kings lose Three Consecutively

With this misfortune against the Combatants, Karachi have now lost every one of the three of their underlying matches in succession.

Pursuing 169, the Lords were confined to 162-5 in their 20 overs.

The in-structure Shoaib Malik stayed unbeaten on 71 runs in 49 balls yet he couldn’t get his side over the line. His innings included eight fours and a six.

Karachi Lords will play their next game tomorrow against customary opponents Lahore Qalanders in the Public Bank Cricket Field Karachi today.



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