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Multan Sultans v Karachi Kings Match 14 Highlights

What a match it was! Karachi Kings 2024 Squad and Multan Sultans faced off against each other on 26 February 2023. And Karachi finally broke Sultan’s winnings streak on their home ground.

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This time, they hosted the Sultans at the National Stadium Karachi and beat the Multanis by a big margin of 66 runs. What a bowling show it was from Karachi. They bowled out their opposition for 101 runs. Seems like the missing link in Karachi’s team was a spinner like Tabraiz Shamsi. Let’s talk about the match highlights here.

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Match Details

NATIONAL STADIUM KARACHI
Match Karachi Kings v Multan Sultans
Date Sunday, February 26, 2023
Time 2:00 PM
Umpires Ahsan Raza
Alex Wharf
TV Umpire Martin Saggers
Reserve Umpire Tariq Rasheed
Match Referee Iftikhar Ahmed

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Toss

Multan Sultans won the toss, and they opted to field first.

Playing 11

KARACHI KINGS MULTAN SULTANS
Matthew Wade Shan Masood
James Vince Mohammad Rizwan
Tayyab Tahir Rilee Rossouw
Shoaib Malik David Miller
Imad Wasim Khushdil Shah
Irfan Khan Anwar Ali
Ben Cutting Usama Mir
Aamer Yamin Carlos Brathwaite
Muhammad Musa Akeal Hosein
Tabraiz Shamsi Abbas Afridi
Akif Javed Ihsanullah

1st Innings

With his appearance at the top, Vince got the team off to a quick start, and Tayyab Tahir strode in to bat next, continuing to build on their momentum.

He also scored a rapid fifty, whilst Wade played a shaky knock before being removed in the 19th over.

Ihsanullah continued to be effective with the ball, limiting the opponents even in the last overs. Multan Sultans have an excellent hitting lineup. Let’s see how they chase this score.

KARACHI KINGS 167-3
BATTING BOWLING
Tayyab Tahir 65(46) Ihsanullah 2-22
Matthew Wade 46(47) Anwar Ali 1-28
Imad Wasim 14(6)

2nd Innings

Karachi’s spinners weaved a web around Multan, keeping them in the postseason race. The surface favoured slow bowlers, and Karachi’s spin trio was outstanding. Malik, Imad, and Shamsi bowled a combined total of 11.3-0-68-8.

Multan got off to a good start thanks to Rizwan and Masood, but after they were fired, there was no fight from the rest of the team.

None of the hitters could handle the whirling ball, and a handful received unplayable pitches. The table toppers surrendered in defeat, ending their four-match unbeaten run.

MULTAN SULTANS 101-10
BATTING BOWLING
Mohammad Rizwan 29(25) Tabraiz Shamsi 3-18
Shan Masood 25(16) Shoaib Malik 3-16
Akif Javed 2-8
Imad Wasim 2-34

Man of the match award

Shamis is back in form! He rattled the opposition and took 3 wickets by giving away only 18 runs. He deserves this award.

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