Islamabad United beat Quetta Gladiator by 6 wickets in the 12th match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) at Karachi National Stadium.
United’s Paul Stirling hit the start of a half-century to build spells for Hassan Ali and Faheem Ashraf in the first half – which restricted Quetta’s voters from scoring. The Islamabad score 157 runs due to the openers performed well.
Stirling reached 56, Alex Hales 23, Rohail Nazir young 34 and Shadab Khan 21.
Captains Sarfaraz Ahmed (54) and Mohammad Nawaz (31) led from there – it wasn’t enough. Islamabad bowlers played well.
Faheem Ashraf took three goals and conceded only eleven runs, while Hassan Ali scored two goals and Shadab Khan one goal.
Quetta didn’t start the tournament as they wanted and initially lost all three matches. They were first defeated by Karachi King and defeated by the Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi.
The match slowed down yesterday after Islamabad United player Fawad Ahmed tested positive for the coronavirus. The match was postponed yesterday because the united player detects test positive for the coronavirus.