Karachi Kings stormed into the ultimate of the Pakistan Super League, defeating Multan Sultans through Super Over.
At the National Stadium in Karachi, Multan Sultans put up 141-7 and in reply, Karachi was in management with Babar Azam’s gritty knock of 65. Even although issues seemed simple for Karachi Kings because it required 26 runs off 4 overs at one one stage. But a dramatic flip of occasions noticed Multan Sultans bouncing again and managing a Super Over.
In the Super Over, Sultans wanted 14 runs to win, however a near-perfect over by the seasoned Mohammad Amir noticed it falling 5 runs quick.
Opting to bowl, Karachi ensured that Sultans by no means settled down as wickets fell at common intervals. At one stage, Multan was reeling at 40-Four after which Ravi Bopara’s 40 and Sohail Tanvir’s unbeaten 25 noticed the aspect reaching a modest complete.
In reply, Karachi rode on Babar’s brilliance – with help from Alex Hales on the different finish – and it seemed as if the staff could have a cakewalk. But as Babar edged behind within the 17th over, Karachi discovered itself below stress with 4 wickets falling for six runs.
But then, Imad Wasim stood agency and ensured that he not less than took the sport to the Super Over – the place Amir did his trick for Karachi.
Multan Sultans 141-7 (Ravi Bopara 40) tied with Karachi Kings 141-8 (Babar Azam 65, Sohail Tanvir 3-25). Karachi Kings received the Super Over