Satisfied with Karachi Rulers’ noteworthy rebound in the Pakistan Super Association (PSL), previous all-rounder Shahid Afridi said Sunday that the Lords’ success against Lahore Qalandar’s would support Karachi’s certainty.
PSL 2023: Shahid Afridi satisfied with Karachi Rulers noteworthy rebound
Guaranteeing their most memorable triumph in the eighth match of the continuous PSL, Karachi Rulers Sunday crushed Lahore Qalandars by 67 runs with the last option losing every one of its wickets at the Public Bank Cricket Arena in Karachi.
Captain Imad Wasim’s last over followed by the two excusals by Akif Javed gave the Rulers the genuinely necessary control against Qalandars. The Rulers side got two early forward leaps by Aamer Yamin and Mohammad Amir, as Tahir Baig and Kamran Ghulam drove the run-pursue.
On Karachi’s most memorable win of the time, the previous Pakistan captain met with Karachi’s players.
Afridi said Wasim’s group returned in great design.
“This success was vital for themselves and they did all around well to get back into the game,” he said.
The previous Pakistan captain said: “Lahore is a decent group, winning against them will support Karachi’s certainty.
Put to bat first, Karachi Rulers posted a serious 186-run focus on the scoreboard which they effectively shielded by bowling out Lahore Qalandars for 118 runs in 17.3 overs.
‘Too early to praise Saim’
On an inquiry concerning youthful hitter Saim Ayub’s future, Afridi refrained to commend any young person on the rear of just a single execution.
He said: “Discussing any youngster is too soon. Try not to give players publicity after a solitary execution. Allow them to play and show off their abilities. After PSL, I will actually want to discuss them.”
Karachi captain Imad Wasim, for his fast fire 35 runs off 19 balls and an efficient spell of 23 runs in his four overs and one wicket, was named the player of the match.
Karachi had a horror start to their PSL 8 campaign as they lost their three initial games of the season. They lost to Peshawar Zalmi in their opening game, followed by losses against Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators.