Karachi Kings’ beat Peshawar Zalmi by 10 runs in thrilling clash of the Pakistan Super League 2020 held at the National Stadium in Karachi on Friday.
Multan Sultans recorded their second successive home win in the HBL Pakistan Super League 2020 by beating Karachi Kings by a comfortable 52-run margin at the Multan Cricket Stadium on Friday.
Defending champions Quetta Gladiators produced a stunning run-chase to defeat Islamabad United by five wickets in the first-ever HBL Pakistan Super League
Karachi Kings defeated Islamabad United by five wickets in a Pakistan Super League (PSL) match held at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium on Sunday.
Shane Watson (80 off 41 balls) kept Quetta Gladiators in the hunt with his first half century in this year’s PSL but once he was dismissed in the 16th over Quetta's victory push faltered with the team eventually reaching 169-7.
The PCB did not reveal the exact nature of Akmal’s offense, but said in a statement that "the batsman cannot take part in any cricket-related activity pending the investigation being carried out by the PCB’s Anti-Corruption Unit.”
Pakistan is making former West Indies captain Darren Sammy an honorary citizen for his role in restoring international cricket to the country.
"My innings benefited my team and that matters to me a lot,” Akmal said. "The real credit (for the win) goes to the bowlers, the way they bowled and restricted the opponents.”
Quetta Gladiators, playing their third match only four days into the Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) fifth edition, didn’t show any signs of tiring as they chased a 157-run target against Karachi Kings at the National Stadium on Sunday.
"My preparation, my form has not really been exactly what I wanted it to be in order to be able to perform for my team in the best way possible,” Sammy said on Thursday just before his team’s game against the defending champion Quetta Gladiators.