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KARACHI: Usman Khan’s belligerent century, followed by a combined bowling performance led Multan Sultans to a 20-run victory over Karachi Kings in the 19th match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 9 here at National Bank Stadium on Sunday.

KK 169/7 (20 Overs)

Ali bowls the final over

KK 158/6 (19 Overs)

Jordan bowls the penultimate over

KK 145/6 (18 Overs)

Ali replaces Jordan

KK 134/6 (17 Overs)

Willey bowls his last

KK 123/5 (16 Overs)

Jordan replaces Faisal

KK 119/5 (15 Overs)

Willey comes back

KK 115/5 (14 Overs)

Faisal Akram brought into the attack

KK 99/5 (13 Overs)

12.6: Googly just outside off, Rizwan snaffled that at extra cover inside the ring, tried to bludgeons that but got no elevation behind that shot.

Usama bowls his last

KK 91/4 (12 Overs)

11.3: Malik advances down the ground to go big, his bat turned and he gets inside half of the bat and finds Chris Jordan to perfection at long-on.

Khushdil bowls his third

KK 87/3 (11 Overs)

Usama again

KK 79/3 (10 Overs)

Khushdil continues

KK 75/3 (9 Overs)

Usama continues

KK 70/2 (8 Overs)

More spin as Khushdil Shah comes to bowl his first

KK 63/2 (7 Overs)

Usama Mir comes on

KK 53/2 (6 Overs)

Jordan continues

KK 46/2 (5 Overs)

Ali replaces Willey

KK 36/2 (4 Overs)

3.2: On a length and nibbling away in the channel, lures Vince to drive and he obliges, and ends up nicking it to Usman Khan.

Chris Jordan brought into the attack

KK 26/1 (3 Overs)

Willey continues

KK 15/1 (2 Overs)

1.3: Short of a length at middle stump line, pegged back and he got steepling bounce, nudged to silly mid-on and David Willey hits the bull’s eye at non-striker’s end, catching Seifert short.

Mohammad Ali into the attack

KK 6/0 (1 Over)

Shan Masood and Tim Seifert come out to open for Karachi Kings. David Willey to bowl the first over for Multan Sultans.


KARACHI: Usman Khan scored a belligerent century and powered Multan Sultans to post 189/3 against home side Karachi Kings in the 19th match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 9 here at National Bank Stadium on Sunday.

MS 189/3 (20 Overs)

Hamza bowls the final over

MS 176/3 (19 Overs)

18.1: That was hammered short on the middle and leg. Iftikhar went for the pull but didn’t get enough distance.

Hasan bowls the penultimate over

MS 171/2 (18 Overs)

17.1: Pitched up just outside off, Rizwan couldn’t get under it and spoons it to mid-off, got the toe-end and Shan Masood gobbles it comfortably.

Muzarabani replaces Hasan

MS 164/1 (17 Overs)

Hamza replaces Zahid

MS 152/1 (16 Overs)

Hasan comes back

MS 138/1 (15 Overs)

Zahid bowls his last

MS 118/1 (14 Overs)

Muzarabani replaces Hasan

MS 110/1 (13 Overs)

Shoaib Malik comes into the attack

MS 102/1 (12 Overs)

Hasan replaces Nawaz

MS 93/1 (11 Overs)

Zahid bowls his third

MS 87/1 (10 Overs)

Nawaz continues

MS 70/1 (9 Overs)

Zahid continues

MS 64/1 (8 Overs)

Nawaz replaces Hasan

MS 53/1 (7 Overs)

Zahid Mahmood replaces Nawaz

MS 50/1 (6 Overs)

Hasan Ali into the attack

MS 44/1 (5 Overs)

Mohammad Nawaz comes into the attack

MS 35/1 (4 Overs)

Muzarabani continues

MS 24/1 (3 Overs)

Hamza continues

MS 18/1 (2 Overs)

1.4: Hendricks tries to get on top of the bounce and upper-cuts it straight to Mir Hamza at deep third who pockets the catch low.

Blessing Muzarabani bowls from the other end

MS 12/0 (1 Over)

Mohammad Rizwan and Reeza Hendricks come out to open the innings. Mir Hamza to bowl the first over.


KARACHI: Multan Sultans have won the toss and elected to bat against Karachi Kings in the 19th match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 9 here at National Bank Stadium on Sunday.


Karachi Kings: Shan Masood (c), James Vince, Tim Seifert, Leus du Plooy, Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Nawaz, Muhammad Irfan Khan, Mir Hamza, Zahid Mahmood, Hasan Ali, Blessing Muzarabani.

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Multan Sultans: Mohammad Rizwan (c), Reeza Hendricks, Usman Khan, Tayyab Tahir, Iftikhar Ahmed, Khushdil Shah, Chris Jordan, David Willey, Usma Mir, Mohammad Ali, Faisal Akram.


Matches 14, Multan Sultans 6, Karachi Kings 6, NR 2

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