The Gladiators and the Qalandars played the 10th match of HBL PSL 8 on 21 February 2023. In this article, we will talk about the match highlights. Both teams had only two points before this match. So which team will go on with 2 more points? And whose net run rate will drop even lower? To know what happened in this match, read these highlights. We also update the HBL PSL 8 score live here, so check it out.
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Today (21 Feb 2023), the match will start at 7 pm.
|NATIONAL STADIUM KARACHI|
|Match||Quetta Gladiators v Lahore Qalandars|
|Date||Tuesday, February 21, 2023|
|TV Umpire||Ahsan Raza|
|Reserve Umpire||Tariq Rasheed|
|Match Referee||Roshan Mahanama|
The Gladiators won the toss and opted to field first.
|LAHORE QALANDARS||QUETTA GLADIATORS|
|Shaheen Shah Afridi||
Taha Baig, who was willing to tackle the Gladiator’s pace attack, flinging them all over the ground on the powerplay, made a significant impact.
Zaman also pitched in as the openers tallied 49 runs before the lefty was removed.
Baig, too, succumbed to spin, lofting out. Shai Hope appeared and gained momentum, forming strong alliances with Kamran Ghulam and Hussain Talat.
They were on track for a score of more than 200 at one stage, but Quetta battled hard. Odean and Qais Ahmed both got two, but Mohammad Hasnain was economical.
Sikandar Raza’s cameo of 32 minutes aided Lahore’s conclusion.
|LAHORE QALANDARS 198-6|
|Shai Hope 47(32)||Qais Ahmad 2-36|
|Sikandar Raza 32(16)||Mohammad Nawaz 1-26|
|Hussain Talat 26(13)||Odean Smith 2-41|
|Mirza Baig 31(15)||Mohammad Hasnain 1-32|
Qalandars won by 63 runs. What a pace-bowling show it was! Shaheen Shah Afridi was on fire at the outset, getting the ball to swing and swing quickly.
They had Jason Roy and Martin Guptill in hot water and were unfortunate not to gain a wicket during that time, despite getting Abdul Bangalzai.
Jason Roy loomed for a short time after slamming Haris Rauf for three sixes in one over, but Rashid Khan caught him, and Quetta was never back in the match after that.
Iftikhar, Hafeez, and Mohammad Nawaz went out, and the match stalled. Lahore wins their second game in a row, while Quetta remains at the bottom of the standings despite having played one extra game.
|Jason Roy 48(30)||Shaheen Shah Afridi 3-22|
|Mohammad Hafeez 25(22)||David Wiese 3-23|
|Sarfaraz Ahmed 16(14)||Rashid Khan 1-17|
Man of the match
Shaheen Shah Afridi became the man of the match for taking 3 wickets for 22 runs. Now, the match seemed complete. Shaheen took a wicket in the very first over. What a bowler!