Islamabad United took home the Pakistan Super League championship after beating Multan Sultans by two wickets in the final match on Monday at the National Stadium in Karachi.

Islamabad United edged past Multan Sultans by two wickets, with Martin Guptill and Imad Wasim playing games dominating thumps of 50 and 19*, respectively.

Islamabad United hitters overwhelmed the Multan Sultans with a compromising bowling assault to assist the group in lifting the PSL title.

Opting to bat in the wake of winning the throw, the Multan Sultans took an impressive test against Islamabad’s powerful bowling assault, driven by Imad Wasim and Shadab Khan.

The Multan Sultans got no organization rolling as they proceeded to lose their wickets at regular intervals. Valiant endeavors from Usman Khan pushed the group to a battling all out of 159/9 in (20), as he scored the truly necessary 57 runs.

Down the line, Iftikhar Ahmed scored 32 runs, unbeaten, to help the side. Pursuing the objective, Islamabad United showed their batting ability with a clinical and well-formed presentation from opener Martin Guptill, scoring 50 runs.

Guptill laid strong groundwork for the group’s success. They, in the meantime, confronted difficulties, yet Azam Khan requested 30-run help to keep the side on the way to victory.

Down the line, Imad Wasim and Naseem Shah made a union with their scores of (19*) and (17) to take the group over the line.
Islamabad United have topped the PSL championship for the third time.

Imad Wasim was named Player of the Match after his brilliant performance. He claimed five wickets and stayed unbeaten for certain the team’s success.


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