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    Balochistan [176/2] defeat Southern Punjab [174/9] by 8 wickets in Match 13 of the National T20 Cup

    Balochistan – Imam-ul-Haq (captain), Bismillah Khan (vice-captain and wicketkeeper), Abdul Wahid Bangalzai, Akbar-ur-Rehman, Akif Javed, Amad Butt, Ayaz Tasawar, Gohar Faiz, Haris Sohail, Jalat Khan, Junaid Khan, Kashif Bhatti, Khurram Shahzad, Mohammad Ibrahim Snr, Umaid Asif, Abdullah Shafique (from Central Punjab), Mohammad Mohsin, Sohail Akhtar (from Northern)

    Southern Punjab – Sohaib Maqsood (captain), Zeeshan Ashraf (vice-captain), Amir Yamin, Azam Khan (wicketkeeper), Dilbar Hussain, Faisal Akram, Hassan Khan, Imran Randhawa, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Ilyas, Naseem Shah, Salman Ali Agha, Tayyab Tahir, Umer Khan, Zain Abbas, Zia-ul-Haq and Usama Mir


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    Balochistan are bowling first after winning the toss against Southern Punjab in Match 13 of the National T20 Cup

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    Why is Amir Yamin captaining today?
    Is Sohaib Injured?
    But his name is present in the playing XI

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    He wants to focus on his batting apparently..how is Faisal Akram not playing just one bad game he has had..even Zahid mahmood and Usman Qadir got phaintyy in last few matches.

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    Hassan Khan is the right kind of cricketer. Very handy player

    Decent Batsman
    Decent Bowler
    Good fielder

    Positive mindset
    Good fitness standards

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    Khushdil Shah and Azam Khan at the crease now… our WT20 middle order👀

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    Azam Khan: 20, 14, 1, 18, 2

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    Khushdil is pretty awful

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    Naseem Shah with a six to Junaid on first ball

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    Khushdil seems clueless when the bowler is a smidgen over par. He seems to pick his runs off bad bowlers and then collapse when faced with a decent one

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    Good contributions one way or another by Umer Khan and Naseem to in the lower order scoring 23 in 8 balls between them.

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    Just saw Khushdil Shah batting and I must say he's a limited batsman. Tries to play everything towards leg side. He scored 25 just because of some lose bowling by Khurram in the 19th over.

    Junaid Khan, being an experienced player, blocked his scoring shots and he threw his wicket immediately.

    International bowlers will find his weaknesses no time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YousafTheBeast View Post
    Azam Khan: 20, 14, 1, 18, 2
    Those numbers will disappear under his tummy.

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    Innings Break :

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    azam khan having another solid game, talented yeah 😅

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    Abdullah Shafiq and Bangalzai are a fantastic young pairing. Hopefully, play for Pakistan one day. I'm thinking about test cricket here.

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    Abdullah Shafique looks classy

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    Is this the youngest opening batsmen pair in the National t20 ? 18 and 19

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    Quote Originally Posted by Third Man View Post
    Abdullah Shafiq and Bangalzai are a fantastic young pairing. Hopefully, play for Pakistan one day. I'm thinking about test cricket here.
    Absolutely if they work hard they can even develop their games to other formats. They are still pretty young.

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    Sight for sore eyes, these two young batsmen. I've had enough of these domestic hacks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Absolutely if they work hard they can even develop their games to other formats. They are still pretty young.
    They absolutely can, but right now they should be getting as many red-ball games as possible. Really good prospects, both.

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    Shafique is possibly the most naturally elegant batsman after Babar in the Pak circuit I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Third Man View Post
    Sight for sore eyes, these two young batsmen. I've had enough of these domestic hacks.
    Both these look class..great techniques no hacks. Obvioulsy 2020 is not their game as you can only slog in this format. Both should have great future inshallah. We need batters desperately

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    imam's injury is a blessing in disguise, we get to see these 2 flourish and showcase without pressure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Shafique is possibly the most naturally elegant batsman after Babar in the Pak circuit I think.
    To me, he is more elegant than Babar. It's a subjective thing, but I find him more stylish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Third Man View Post
    They absolutely can, but right now they should be getting as many red-ball games as possible. Really good prospects, both.
    Yes they definitely should be getting more red ball games under their belt as thats the only format to polish the basics. Bangalzai this season will possibly play all the QAE matches but, Abdullah might have to miss quite a few of them due to A team tour of Srl and then BD tour of national team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Yes they definitely should be getting more red ball games under their belt as thats the only format to polish the basics. Bangalzai this season will possibly play all the QAE matches but, Abdullah might have to miss quite a few of them due to A team tour of Srl and then BD tour of national team.
    That's a bummer. PCB needs to keep these things in mind when selecting players for different tours. What Abdullah needs right now is first class cricket.

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    Well to be honest A tour is perfect for Abdullah. What wasnt last two years being selected in every format for pak and carrying the drinks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Third Man View Post
    That's a bummer. PCB needs to keep these things in mind when selecting players for different tours. What Abdullah needs right now is first class cricket.
    Thats the issue when you select guys who are pretty young that when they are part of national team they don't get much domestic cricket and if they dont play for national team then their growth sometimes can be at halted.

    I understand that being with the national team is a good learning curve as well but, I personally wont select any guy with less than 15-20 FC games unless he is a necessity and I am going to play him in every game at international level, the way Shaheen was developed. As guys like Hasnain, Abdullah, Haider etc could have been more developed if they wouldn’t have been selected for international cricket and if they were then they should have played regular international cricket which wasn’t the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omer2002 View Post
    Well to be honest A tour is perfect for Abdullah. What wasnt last two years being selected in every format for pak and carrying the drinks
    Dont mind the A tour that much as that can be good experience. Issue would be him if he is sitting on the bench on BD tour and missing QAE at the same time.

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    Bangalzai is another batsman with a good technique but no killer instinct

    Another one in the long list of T20 accumulators

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    Agha Salman may be the most overrated Domestic T20 pro in the Pakistan set up.

    Offers absolutely nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Bangalzai is another batsman with a good technique but no killer instinct

    Another one in the long list of T20 accumulators
    He is pretty young and is still developing. Yes if in next 4-5 years he doesn’t show more range then that would be a worry atleast in T20 format. As to be honest we wont see many 18-20 year old guys tearing apart even domestic bowling attacks (exceptions aside). What you can hope at this age is guy shows good basics and temperament.

    Good thing is that the guy even at this age is trying to finish the matches for his team like he did with his previous 50 or so not out. So he is still doing better then many of his age.

    However, yes he needs to expand his game in coming years.
    Last edited by Titan24; 1st October 2021 at 19:35.

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    Shot was risky but, could have been played however execution wasnt great.

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    Where is Saim Ayub?

    How is he not good enough for National cup but is good enough for QG in PSL?

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    This match looks suspicious!!!!! 8 no-balls. PCB needs to investigate this match.

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    Sohaib Maqsood showing his mediocre fielding once again

    Embarrassing

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    Now Harris Sohail also throwing his name in the hat for selection

    He is looking in full flow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Where is Saim Ayub?

    How is he not good enough for National cup but is good enough for QG in PSL?
    Saim made 82 yesterday for Sindh in the seconds. Notable was Kamran Gulam also playing and flopped

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    Balochistan [176/2] defeat Southern Punjab [174/9] by 8 wickets in Match 13 of the National T20 Cup

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    Southern Punjab is a complete mess!

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    ATF Southern Punjab suffered their fifth successive defeat as Balochistan stayed in hunt for a semi-final place in the 13th match of the National T20 2021-22 played at the Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi on Friday evening.

    Set a 175-run target, Balochistan coasted home in 18.4 overs for the loss of two wickets only. Openers Abdul Wahid Bangalzai (player of the match) and Abdullah Shafique added 84 runs. Abdullah’s 44 included five fours and one six, the right-hander faced 28 balls.

    Abdul Wahid posted the second T20 half-century of his young career, the right-hander had scored a fifty against the same side in their earlier clash that Balochistan had won by seven wickets.

    Abdul Wahid’s 50 came off 42 balls and the right-hander hit seven exquisite fours before he was dismissed lbw by Aamer Yamin.

    Haris Sohail remained undefeated on 47 off 35 balls. The left-hander hit six fours in his innings, Haris finished the match in the company of Sohail Akhtar who remained not out on 16, the two added 41 runs for the unfinished third-wicket stand.

    Aamer and Umar Khan took a wicket apiece for Southern Punjab. This was Balochistan’s second victory in the tournament.

    Earlier, Balochistan won the toss and opted to bowl. Southern Punjab lost their first three wickets with only 28 runs on the board. Sohaib Maqsood who handed over the captaincy reins to Aamer top-scored for his side with 54 off 34 balls (six fours, two sixes). Sohaib added 71 runs for the fourth-wicket with Hassan Khan. This was Sohaib’s second successive fifty plus score in the tournament.

    Hassan who scored 28 off 22 (three sixes) fell to Umaid Asif who dismissed Sohaib in the same over. Southern Punjab lost their third wicket for the addition of a mere four runs as Azam Khan (2) was dismissed lbw by Haris Sohail.

    Aamer scored a quickfire 25 off 12 balls while Khushdil Shah contributed 25 off 22 while tail-enders Umar (12) and Naseem Shah (11) not out helped Southern Punjab reach 174 for nine.

    Junaid Khan took three wickets for 29 runs while Umaid who also took two catches in the field including a splendid diving effort to dismiss Aamer, took three for 30 runs.

    Scores in Brief:

    Balochistan beat ATF Southern Punjab by eight wickets.

    ATF Southern Punjab 174-9, 20 overs (Sohaib Maqsood 54, Hassan Khan 28, Aamer Yamin 25, Khushdil Shah 25; Junaid Khan 3-29, Umaid Asif 3-30)

    Balochistan 176-2, 18.4 overs (Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 50, Haris Sohail 47 not out, Abdullah Shafique 44; Aamer Yamin 1-28)

    Player of the match: Abdul Wahid Bangalzai


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