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Islamabad United Vs Peshawar Zalmi 2023 Live Streaming – PSL Semi Final – Highlights

The United and the Zalmis will clash on 16 March 2023. Are you excited to know which team won this time? This article will give you the match highlights for Match number 12. We understand that not all of us can watch the matches live. We have jobs or universities to go to. Hence, we present the match highlights for Islamabad United Players List 2024 v Peshawar Zalmi PSL 9 Squad.

You can check today PSL 9 Live Score today match as well.

Both teams have played 18 times against each other, and the record is 9-9. In the points table, Peshawar Zalmi has the upper hand with 4 points, and Islamabad United has only 2 points. Who will take the upper hand this time? Let’s find out in these highlights, eh?

The PSL 2024 Live Streaming Free is also updated.

Match details

The match will start on 23 February 2023 at 7 pm. For those who wanted to enjoy the match in stadiums, they headed to the National Stadium, Karachi. Let’s check out the match details.

The PSL 9 Points Table 2024 as well PSL Schedule Match Timetable is also updated.

Date Thursday, March 16, 2023
Time 7:00 PM
Match Islamabad United v Peshawar Zalmi
Umpires Michael Gough
Richard Illingworth
TV Umpire Alex Wharf
Reserve Umpire Tariq Rasheed
Match Referee Ali Naqvi


United won the toss and chose to field first

Playing 11

Mohammad Haris Rahmanullah Gurbaz
Babar Azam Colin Munro
Saim Ayub Rassie van der Dussen
Tom Kohler-Cadmore Shadab Khan
Rovman Powell Asif Ali
James Neesham Azam Khan
Dasun Shanaka Mubasir Khan
Wahab Riaz Faheem Ashraf
Usman Qadir Tom Curran
Arshad Iqbal Hasan Ali
Sufiyan Muqeem Rumman Raees

1st Innings

What a change from 76/0 to 99/5 as the Zalmis faltered with bad strokes and Hasan Ali’s tail. Babar saw all this after putting Islamabad under strain with a strong initial partnership with Mohammad Haris.

As Peshawar lost 5 wickets, Babar was forced to bat with the tail and could not provide the late charge that his team needed.

He was angry at times because his timing was off. Islamabad bowled brilliantly in the last five overs, conceding only 31 runs.

Now, they have to defend 156 runs.

Babar Azam 75(58) Hasan Ali 3-35
Mohammad Haris 40(21) Rumman Raees 1-30
Faheem Ashraf 1-28
Shadab Khan 1-26

2nd Innings

Islamabad United had a leisurely walk. The 157-point objective was never supposed to be too much, but Gurbaz made it a no-brainer inside the powerplay.

The Afghanistan opening batsman came out firing, and even the loss of his teammate, Munro, didn’t slow him down. Rassie van der Dussen was an excellent second inning, as the duo added a 50+ stand.

Peshawar took a couple of wickets in rapid order, but van der Dussen and Asif Ali proceeded to score boundaries, and they eventually won with about 5 overs to spare.

Previously, Peshawar Zalmi fell from 76/0 to 99/5 to relinquish the momentum to Islamabad United, and it was there that they lost the game.

Rahmanullah Gurbaz 62(31) Usman Qadir 1-50
Rassie van der Dussen 42(29) Arshad Iqbal 1-38
Asif Ali 29(13)

Player of the match

Hassan Ali was named the player of the match for turning the tables. He went for 17 runs in his first over. But then he took 2 for 2 in his second over and conceded 7 and 9 runs in his 3rd and 4th overs. What a comeback from the pacer. That is only if he was informed during the world cup.

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