Karachi Kings’ Noor Ahmad celebrates with teammates after taking the wicket of Lahore Qalandars’ Ben Dunk during their PSL match on Thursday. Courtesy: PSL website
Three wickets from Imran Khan and 44 each from Khushdil Shah and player of the match Rilee Rossouw powered Multan Sultans to a 12-run win over Karachi Kings in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) match at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi
Karachi Kings are through to the play-offs after beating Quetta Gladiators by 14 runs in do-or-die last league match as they defended the 177-run target in match number 29 of the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League
Peshawar Zalmi defeated Karachi Kings, the title defenders, by five wickets and one ball spare in eliminator 1 of the HBL Pakistan Super League 6 played at the Zayed Cricket Stadium on Monday. Two dropped catches of Sherfane Rutherford on the first and penultimate
Three-fers from Abrar Ahmed and Wahab Riaz and belligerent batting from Hazratullah Zazai guided Peshawar Zalmi to a comfortable six-wicket win over Karachi Kings in the 24th match of the HBL Pakistan Super League 6 at the Sheikh Zayed
The closing ceremony was graced by former Indian cricket team captain Mohammad Azharuddin, as Chief Guest, Dr M Rafiuddin, Convener, BITS Pilani Sports Festival, Prof. Srinivasan Madapusi, Director BPDC, Dr Priti Bajpai, Dean, Student Welfare, and students from various colleges and Media.
The only Thoroughbred race on the card, it was contested by a field of 15 but very few ever managed to land a blow with Bernardo Pinheiro and Rebel Streak setting a decent gallop until Buckell, having pretty much stalked the lead throughout, committed for home entering the short straight.
An unbroken opening century stand by Abid Ali and debutant Abdullah Shafique gave Pakistan a solid platform after bowling out Bangladesh for 330 on day two of the first Test in Chittagong on Saturday.