PSL 2021: Karachi Kings trounce Peshawar Zalmi by six wickets

 KARACHI: Karachi Kings on Wednesday destroyed Peshawar Zalmi by six wickets to bring down them as group pioneers in Pakistan Super League's match 13.

Peshawar Zalmi had set an objective of 189 for the Karachi Kings and the host group pursued it with three balls to save.

The Kings were in a tough situation from the get-go in the innings when they lost three wickets for 43 runs before the finish of the seventh over.

Be that as it may, a 118-run association between Babar Azam and Mohammad Nabi helped the Karachi Kings rout Peshawar Zalmi. Babar Azam stayed unbeaten with his 77.

The lords lost Mohammad Nabi after he made 67 during the seventeenth over with the group actually requiring 28 runs from 21 balls. Nonetheless, Babar Azam didn't allow that to block the group's odds for a triumph.

Prior, Peshawar was approached to bat first by Karachi Kings after Imad Wasim won the throw in a pitch preferring the groups pursuing the objective.

Peshawar was hoping to set a less than impressive score after they lost three wickets in the powerplay at only 39 runs.

Lords were in order toward the finish of tenth over when Peshawar were 69/4 and had lost Haider Ali exactly when he was hoping to charge.

Be that as it may, an 82-run association between West Indian Shane Rutherford and Englishman Ravi Bopara had removed the game from the resistance.

Rutherford tumbled to Mohammad Ilyas in the eighteenth throughout yet at that point the stage was set for Amad Butt to impel the Peshawar Zalmi to 188.

The all-rounder hit Dan Christian for 32 runs in the last over to help his side set up a defendable aggregate.

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