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  1. #161
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    Quote Originally Posted by Extra_Cover View Post
    Rizwan is the most transformed player I have seen from Pakistan in last 5 years or so.
    True. If a players put in the hard yards he can improve as Rizwan has showed or even Hafeez showed twice in his career once as version 2 around 2010 comeback and now as version 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Extra_Cover View Post
    Rizwan is the most transformed player I have seen from Pakistan in last 5 years or so.
    Misbah once said Sarfraz is the oxygen of the team, now Rizwan is the electricity for the team, he has become suuch a live wire.

  3. #163
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    Fakhar what is he doing? does not seem interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by Extra_Cover View Post
    Rizwan is the most transformed player I have seen from Pakistan in last 5 years or so.
    Hafeez also is a contender for this.

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    Fielders not wearing sports goggles under the sun is pretty odd

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeedsGreen View Post
    run rate required is 7.5~... he doesnt need to rush himself
    He just looks poor playing his strokes and does not look convincing even playing for singles.

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    Fakhar was called Garry at Glamorgan? Even if they struggled with Fakhar, Zaman could have done the job.

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    Rizwan should go for his century..has a small chance to get it .

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    92 just in ten overs is a very good performance, even two wickets were down early. Reckon Lahore were short by a good 20-30 runs this isn't a 150 runs pitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Fakhar was called Garry at Glamorgan? Even if they struggled with Fakhar, Zaman could have done the job.
    Lol ye, my cousins called zaman there.

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    LQ fielding has been terrible.

    Not backing up their bowlers at all.

    Another one dropped. This time Samit.



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    LQ spilling everything of Maqsood’s bat

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    What a tough nut Rizwan is. Got hit on the thumb, just shaked it off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    LQ spilling everything of Maqsood’s bat
    Hope they not helping him to get into Pakstan team, Asif, Khushdil, Iftikhar are enough ro torture Pakistan fans.

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    Haris loves spraying towards the legside

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    Doesnt make sense why these guys are not wearing sun glasses? Where are the oakleys?

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    Haris rubbisb rauf

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    80% of the boundary runs come in the same place- just behind square. Does no one talk to him because he does look really thick

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    Rizwan toying with bowling here.

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    Rizwan has treated Rauf in this match like anything but a 145 kph bowler. Some really ordinary bowling from Rauf, you cant keep on bowling short to international quality batsmen and expect them to struggle due to pace every other ball.


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    Rauf is one of those pacers who when dont get it right it really goes poor for his team. Definitely not a bowler currently a team can trust in any crucial junctures.

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    Maqsood poor runner as well, could have got 2 there Rizwan was pushing him.

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    Rizwan gone, excellent knock for his team.

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    Keep playing your pet project bowlers Lahore.

    What a mockery of domestic cricket it is to see franchises fast-track street cricketers into the elite level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amjid Javed View Post
    Rizwan gone, excellent knock for his team.
    won the match for his team with his powerplay batting.... good signs as his early innings strike rate continues to improve

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    Maqsood wins game with a six. Easy chase for multan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeedsGreen View Post
    won the match for his team with his powerplay batting.... good signs as his early innings strike rate continues to improve
    Indeed hes excelling as an opener now in T20s.

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    Half centuries from Mohammad Rizwan and Sohaib Maqsood guided Multan Sultans to a comfortable seven-wicket win over Lahore Qalandars at the National Stadium on Friday. This is Sultans’ first win of the HBL Pakistan Super League 6.

    Sultans surmounted the 158-run target with 22 balls spare as Rizwan, who posted his second half-century and became the leading run-getter of the season, scored a breezy 49-ball 76, studded by 12 fours, and Sohaib hammered seven fours and fours in his 61 not out off 41.

    The pair stitched a match-winning 110-run partnership for the third wicket.

    Shaheen Afridi struck in the first over as he clean bowled Chris Lynn with a scorching yorker in the first over. James Vince (5 off 6) was next to go, with scoreboard reading at 30 for two.

    But the two wickets did not inflict the harm which Qalandars desired as captain Rizwan’s subliminal form stretched into this match and he stroked them out of trouble. The wicketkeeper-batsman, who got recently promoted to Category A in the PCB’s Central Contract List for 2020-21, accumulated 44 off 22 in the powerplay overs to take Sultans’ score to 58 at the conclusion of the sixth over.

    Both Rizwan and Sohaib played shots all around the ground, and were treat to watch for the fans, who showed up in numbers after 50 per cent of fans were allowed for the first time in HBL PSL 6.

    For Qalandars, Shaheen picked two wickets for 29.

    Earlier, after being put into bat by Sultans captain Mohammad Rizwan, Qalandars managed to score 157 for six thanks to Mohammad Hafeez’s second consecutive half-century. The right-handed Hafeez came to the crease when Qalandars lost opening pair Fakhar Zaman (9 off 11) and Sohail Akhtar (7 off 12) for 17 and scored 60 off 35.

    The two early dismissals combined with top-class bowling allowed Qalandars only 25 runs in the first six overs – their lowest score in the powerplay.

    Joe Denly and Hafeez put up an 89-run stand for the third wicket, in which Denly contributed a 29-ball 31, smashing two fours and as many sixes.

    Hafeez, brought up his eighth half century of the HBL PSL in 27 balls, stroking right-arm fast Shahnawaz Dhani for a six over long-off. His innings included three fours and five towering sixes.

    Samit Patel’s unbeaten 26 off 20 helped Qalandars go past 150-mark.

    For Multan Sultans, Carlos Brathwaite and Shahnawaz picked two wickets apiece for 20 and 39 runs, respectively.

    The is Qalandars first defeat of the season.



    Scores in brief

    Lahore Qalandars 157-6, 20 overs (Mohammad Hafeez 60, Joe Denly 31, Samit Patel 26 not out; Carlos Brathwaite 2-20, Shahnawaz Dhani 2-39)

    Multan Sultans 159-3, 16.2 overs (Mohammad Rizwan 76, Sohaib Maqsood 61 not out; Shaheen Shah Afridi 2-29)

    Player of the match – Mohammad Rizwan (Multan Sultans)


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