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    Faysal Bank T20 Day-two

    Results of the Day

    Sialkot Stallions beat Quetta Bears by 72 runs at LCCA Ground

    Lahore Lions beat Abbottabad Falcons by 30 runs at Bagh-e-Jinnah

    Faisalabad Wolves beat Lahore Eagles by 5 wickets at Gaddafi Stadium

    Karachi Zebras beat Islamabad Leopards by 4 runs at LCCA Ground

    Bahawalpur Stags beat Peshawar Panthers by 29 runs at Bagh-e-Jinnah

    Rawalpindi Rams beat Karachi Dolphins by 5 runs at Gaddafi Stadium

    REPORT:

    Match 1: Sialkot Stallions 149/7 (Malik 51, Hussain 3-16) beat Quetta Bears 77/6 (Jalat Khan 17, Malik 4-13) by 72 runs.
    Shoaib Malik was on a roll today as he scored 51 off 33 balls and later grabbed four wickets for a miserly 13 runs to steer Sialkot Stallions to victory over Quetta Bears by a clear margin 72 runs. He was well supported by Shahid Yousuf, who made 28 runs. Nazar Hussain was the only one, who, by claiming 3 wickets for 16 runs, showed some resistance against the Stallions.
    Match 2: Lahore Lions 186/7 (Kamran Akmal 59, Jamal 2-37) beat Abbottabad Falcons 156/6 (Younis Khan 47, Hafeez 4-25) by 30 runs.
    Kamran Akmal lived up to his expectations with the bat by scoring 59 off just 33 balls, with the aid of 9 fours and 1 six. His innings was set up by a solid opening stand of 51 laid by Nasir Jamshed and Ahmed Shehzad. Mohammad Hafeez rose to the occasion by taking 4 wickets for the sake of 25 runs. In the batting department, veterans Younis Khan and Yasir Hammed scored 47 and 45 respectively for the Falcons.

    Match 3: Faisalabad Wolves 104/5 (Shehzad 47, Dar 2-21) beat Lahore Eagles 103 (Farhat 20, Ali 2-19) by five wickets.
    Everyday is not Sunday, though it was today, but not for the Eagles’ openers. Khurram Shehzad, Asad Ali, Imran Khalid and Saeed Ajmal applied strangle hold and restricted the Eagles to 103. Farrukh Shehzad, of Faisalabad Wolves, had no difficulty as he scored almost half of the runs – 47 to be precised. Misbah-ul-Haq didn’t mind playing his typical ‘Tuk Tuk’ game and batted for 30 balls, without a boundary, scoring only 14 runs.

    Match 4: Karachi Zebras 121/8 (Faisal 26, Iftikhar 4-16) beat Islamabad Leopards 117/9 (Wasim 34) by four runs.
    In a low scoring encounter, two commendable performances came from the players who ended up on the losing side; blistering 34 by Imad Wasim, before Iftkhar Anjum took 4/16. Faisal Iqbal top scored for the Zebras, with a patient 26.

    Match 5: Bahawalpur Stags 134 (Khilji 33, Khan 2-21) beat Peshawar Panthers 105 (Rizwan 36, Siddiqe 3-11) by 29 runs.
    Bahawalpur Stags continued their dream run of form as they successfully defended a mediocre score against the Panthers courtesy of leggie Kashif Siddiq, who produced a match winning bowling spell of 4-0-11-3. Siddiq now has six wickets in two matches. Only M. Rizwan provided some show for the fans as far as Panthers were concerned.

    Match 6: Rawalpindi Rams 188/5 (Amin 52*, Naeem 44) beat Karachi Dolphins 183/7 (Manzoor 50, Alam 40*) by five runs.
    In a closely contested match between Rawalpindi Rams and Karachi Dolphins, Umar Amin scored an entertaining 52 off 31 balls, including 4 fours and 3 sixes, to take the Rams total to a daunting 188. Shahid Afridi, who was Man of the Match yesterday for his fifty and a wicket against Peshawar Panthers, went for 49 runs from his four overs. He came to bat when the Dolphins needed 85 from seven overs, but all he managed was 3 runs. He was not the only captain who was having a bad day, Sohail Tanvir was no exception. Tanvir went for 48 runs in his four overs and nearly lost the match when, defending 26 runs off the last over, he leaked 20 runs from first 5 balls. Fawad Alam shifted gears to 40 off 17 balls, with 4 fours and 2 sixes.
    He nearly won his team Karachi Dolphins the match when he fired 20 runs off the last over. The Dolphins needed 26 to win off the last over. Alam reduced it to six off last ball, only to see his team losing by 5 runs.
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