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    I stayed up for this and geez this was wonderful.

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    Hahhahahahahhha. SarfarAz so quiet

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    Wahab. . . Hafeez ka badla laitay hoye

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadeemp View Post
    Hahhahahahahhha. SarfarAz so quiet
    probably because it's not his love...Shinwari

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    Maar magar pyar se wahab

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    Sarfraz has stopped crying too because this is beyond him too

    WABBY

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    I dont think saffy hit any sixes did he even though he played a decent innings

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    Dale under the pump

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    South African choking again

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    Game over

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    Time maybe for Faf to take over the captaincy, on a permanent basis.

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    Ooouch

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    Discrimination from Srafaraz of his bowlers is pretty evident. Vents out at the local bowlers but rarely says anything to Cutting and Steyn

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    Beauty from Hasnain

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    That poor last over by QG with bat cost them here.

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    Bowled him

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    Steyn is an all time great Test bowler but hes a garbage 20/20 bowler.

    Dont know why hes gets picked by franchises every time.

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    Where’s the guy saying retired Steyn is better than our young bowlers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebat View Post
    Toss in about 45 minutes, and it seems it's one of the most important facets of the matches in PSL 6.

    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-partner="tweetdeck"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Win Toss, Win match continues at PSL6.<br><br>In all 7 matches so far - the team who has won the toss has bowled first and gone on to win the match<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/PSL6?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#PSL6</a></p> Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) <a href="https://twitter.com/Saj_PakPassion/status/1365293184486699011?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">February 26, 2021</a></blockquote>
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    A very Farcical PSL is played. All you have to do is to bat second and you win. This is what happens when you play all your matches at the same venue.

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    Yes for quetta sake faf should take over


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    Can i get a takbeer

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    Saqib needs to take a single and give it to Rutherford

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    Perfect yorker by Hasnain

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    Poor not to use Nawaz earlier in the PP after Kamran departed, was a good opportunity to get some overs done quickly.

    Some positives are Sarfaraz's own batting form, Azam Khan's hitting, and Haider playing a more mature innings. When you give yourself time on the crease, it allows you to construct an innings. Hope that Haider plays more innings like this rather than his usual self. 4 is a good position for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suleiman View Post
    Where’s the guy saying retired Steyn is better than our young bowlers?
    I he said better than Shinwari

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    Out

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    sarfrazs grouchy face.

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    exciting match

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    Lol. Hasnain

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    hahaha I think this was just to make Sarfraz angry..

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    Lol! What was that

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    Hasnain. Oh my word


    Arsenal all the way!! (and Pakistan, of course!)

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    Lolllllllllllllllllllll he was scared of saffyy thats all

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    Hasnain couldnt have hurt Sarfaraz more. 5 wides

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    Poor Husnain

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    Sarfi is going to explode

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    Hahahha

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    Sarfaraz successfully messed up with the minds of his bowlers again

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    wow Hasnain after he bowled generally well this match.

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    Dew has been the MOM in all the matches so far.

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    Second last over of Steyn was a match turner

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    Honestly I think for the sake of PSL and for the betterment of our youngsters, Quetta need to change their captain

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    That match had it all. Best one so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BunnyRabbit View Post
    Dew has been the MOM in all the matches so far.
    There wasnt much dew here as per commies. Bowlers just have been lacking execution while defending

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    Sarfaraz lost this game. Literally no need for him to go up to the bowler after every ball.

    Horrific captaincy.

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    Great game

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMMY69 View Post
    Time maybe for Faf to take over the captaincy, on a permanent basis.
    The bowlers are trash - cant really blame Sarf. Also, saffers are only going to add up to the choke-ness of QG.

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    QG deserved to lose that just coz sarfraz is captain.

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    There's no need to talk to a bowler when he's bowling well, Sarfraz had to pollute his mind. Just leave the kid in his zone, let him talk to himself. Hasnain is a brilliant prospect. Much better than the other "teenage" bowlers we have in the circuit.

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    Happy for Rutherford, looks like a nice bloke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Hasnain couldnt have hurt Sarfaraz more. 5 wides
    Actually, i take my previous comment back. My internet went down. But if thats the case then it seems like another Saifi masterclass.

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    Zalmi won by 3 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slim View Post
    The bowlers are trash - cant really blame Sarf. Also, saffers are only going to add up to the choke-ness of QG.
    It's not a good look.
    The commentators talking about Safaraz's temper, having a go at every bowler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slim View Post
    The bowlers are trash - cant really blame Sarf. Also, saffers are only going to add up to the choke-ness of QG.
    Shouting and screaming at young bowlers after every ball, surely doesn't help. Weird how promising bowlers become thrash under Sarfaraz


    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it's time to pause and reflect. --Mark Twain

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    Ramiz Raja has been missing for all of today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slim View Post
    The bowlers are trash - cant really blame Sarf. Also, saffers are only going to add up to the choke-ness of QG.
    It's not a good look.
    The commentators talking about Safaraz's temper, having a go at every bowler.

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    Peshawar Zalmi [202/7] defeat Quetta Gladiators [198/7] by 3 wickets in PSL 6

    I wish I could describe the feeling that I got in the chest the moment Hasnain bowled those five wides. Words cannot describe my grief for the young boy. I mean, I know that it's a huge, a huge, mistake, but it was wet, and slippery and he was trying to bowl a yorker. It's sad. I hope he recovers soon from this.
    Last edited by DHONI183; 27th February 2021 at 00:08.


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    Late onslaught from Sherfane Rutherford and Wahab Riaz guided Peshawar Zalmi to a thrilling three- wicket win over Quetta Gladiators in the eighth fixture of HBL PSL 6 at Karachi’s National Stadium on Friday evening.

    Chasing a huge 199 to win, Zalmi found themselves struggling at 145 for five in 15.5 overs and required 54 from 25 balls when Wahab joined Rutherford.

    Both batsmen took bowlers to the cleaners and collected 44 runs in the next three overs to bring down the equation to only six required off the last over.

    Mohammad Hasnain got Wahab (20 off 8) on the first ball of the last over, but bowled a wide full toss away from the keeper which costed the team five runs, and eventually Rutherford played the winning shot hand Zalmi their second win of the season with three balls spare.

    Rutherford remained unbeaten on 36 off 18 balls, which included one four and four towering sixes.

    Zalmi’s run chase got off to a wobbly start as they lost experienced Kamran Akmal (3 off 8) and Tom Kohler-Cadmore (4 off 4) in the first four overs for 27.

    It was Haider Ali’s sizzling half-century that helped Zalmi stage a comeback and set platform for his team to surmount the mammoth total. The 20-year-old smashed 50 off 29.

    Undeterred by the fall of wickets, Haider timed his first ball for a four behind point and smashed his third for a gigantic six down the ground off Hasnain’s full-toss.

    He accumulated 17 runs off Usman Shinwari in the 13th over, dispatching the left-arm pacer for a boundary through cover and a six over deep long-on before an inside edge of his bat went for four.

    The youngsters spanked as many as five fours and two sixes and received the desired support from opener Imam-ul-Haq from the other end as the pair knitted a crucial 51-run partnership.

    Imam was bowled by leg-spinner Zahid Mahmood for 41 off 30 balls. His innings included four fours and a six.

    Haider, then, was joined by experienced Shoaib Malik with the side still required another 120 runs from 64 balls.

    Haider brought up his second half century of his HBL PSL career off 28 balls and was caught off Dale Steyn on the next.

    Steyn, playing his first match of the season, took two wickets for 44 in four overs.

    Following Zalmi captain Wahab’s decision to field, the crowd at the National Stadium was treated with sumptuous stroke play by Gladiators’ captain Sarfaraz Ahmed, who scored his fourth HBL PSL half-century, and young hard-hitting batsman Azam Khan after they accumulated runs at seven an over in the batting powerplay.

    Openers Cameron Delport (2 off 5) and Saim Ayub (21 off 19) were back in the pavilion in the seventh over with 48 runs on the board.

    Faf du Plessis, who has come in as a partial replacement for Chris Gayle, was joined by Sarfaraz, who smashed 12 fours and a six in his impressive 40-ball 81, and the pair contributed 40 runs for the third wicket, before du Plessis fell to his former teammate Wahab for 37. The former South Africa captain struck four fours and a six in his 26-ball innings.

    Azam Khan, coming to bat at number five, smashed bowlers all around the dial and struck a 105-run stand for the fourth wicket with his captain.

    Azam scored 47 off 26 balls, hitting six fours and two sixes – one of them landing on the roof of the stadium.

    Saqib Mahmood was the pick of the bowlers for Peshawar Zalmi, taking three for 34.

    Gladiators have played three matches in the ongoing season and are yet to open their account.

    Scores in brief

    Quetta Gladiators 198-7, 20 overs (Sarfaraz Ahmed 81, Azam Khan 47, Faf du Plessis 37; Saqib Mahmood 3-34, Wahab Riaz 2-54)

    Peshawar Zalmi 202-7, 19.3 overs (Haider Ali 50, Imam ul Haq 41, Sherfane Rutherford 36 not out, Shoaib Malik 34, Wahab Riaz 20; Dale Steyn 2-44)

    Player of the match – Haider Ali (Peshawar Zalmi)
    Last edited by Saj; 27th February 2021 at 01:01.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DHONI183 View Post
    I wish I could describe the feeling that I got in the chest the moment Hasnain bowled those five wides. Words cannot describe my grief for the young boy. I mean, I know that it's a huge, a huge, mistake, but it was wet, and slippery and he was trying to bowl a yorker. It's sad. I hope he recovers soon from this.
    Will probably be under the pump, and will surely have lost a lot of confidence.

    Needs to keep his head up.

    He's a good bowler, and he made a mistake, and he should learn from it.

    QG have no good death over specialists, so he's being given the hard job of bowling there, because even Steyn with all his experience is unreliable.

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    Another great game of cricket. PSL at its best!


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