Islamabad United vs Quetta Gladiators Final :Islamabad United won by 6 wickets

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One of the highest match in Pakistan’s home series is being played today when the two finalists cities, Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators are going to have the edge to edge competition in one of the most important matches of the series. The final round is being played in Dubai. (watch: India vs Bangladesh – Asia Cup 2016.)



Line Up

Quetta Gladiators: Bismillah Khan, Ahmed Shehzad, KP Pietersen, KC Sangakkara, Mohammad Nawaz (3), Sarfraz Ahmed*†, GD Elliott, Anwar Ali, NL McCullum

Islamabad United: DR Smith, Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, BJ Haddin, AD Russell, Misbah-ul-Haq, Asif Ali, S Badree, Imran Khalid, Mohammad Irfan, Mohammad Sami

Live Scorecard

Quetta Gladiators 174/7 (20/20 ov)
Islamabad United 175/4 (18.4/20 ov)
Islamabad United won by 6 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)

Live Updates – Islamabad United vs Quetta Gladiators

Quetta Gladiators Review: Quetta can be spotted following the defensive strategy today. Utilising over 7 wickets in just 20 overs is a talent in itself. Although the batting of KC Sangakkara and Ahmed Shehzad was spectacle.

What! Islamabad is going bad like anything. Common guys you are playing the finale tournament its going to decide your name in the history of Pakistan, Need 8.36 runs per over during the last 16 overs. Fans expected better from Sharjeel Khan

Now it seems Islamabad is going towards the correct direction. Khan and Smith’s performance multiplied together.

PSL Scorecard

Quetta Gladiators Innings

Quetta Gladiators innings (20 overs maximum)RB4s6sSR
Bismillah Khanc †Haddin b Mohammad Irfan03000.00
Ahmed Shehzadc Badree b Mohammad Sami643991164.10
KP Pietersenc Asif Ali b Russell181801100.00
KC Sangakkarac Imran Khalid b Russell553272171.87
Mohammad Nawaz (3)b Badree7501140.00
Sarfraz Ahmed*†c Smith b Mohammad Irfan340075.00
GD Elliottnot out12901133.33
Anwar Alic Khalid Latif b Russell131011130.00
NL McCullumnot out0000
Extras(lb 2)2
Total(7 wickets; 20 overs)174(8.70 runs per over)

 

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