The Multan Sultans got their spot in the last of the continuous Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2024, beating Peshawar Zalmi by 7 wickets in the qualifier on Thursday at the National Stadium, Karachi. Multan Sultans showed their strength with a telling triumph, securing their spot in the last for the fourth progressive time.

Pursuing a total of 146, the Multan Sultans cut down the objective in 18.3 overs, with Yasir Khan and Usman Khan pounding 54 and 36 separately. Down the request, a rankling 22-run knock-off  from Iftikhar Ahmed supported the group in securing the triumph.

Prior to choosing to bat, Peshawar Zalmi battled to set up, and a portion of their top-class hitters lost their wickets for low scores. Captain Babar Azam stood apart with his score of 46, however, without much of a result. The Multans’ bowlers set the vibe right off the bat, limiting Peshawar Zalmi to a chase able aggregate. Chris Jordan and Usama Mir got back with two wickets each to make their large commitments in a must-dominate match.

In any case, notwithstanding the loss, Peshawar Zalmi is not set in stone to quickly return to the competition. With one more opportunity in the eliminator, they have a chance to make up for themselves and reignite their mission for the sought-after PSL title. They will confront the victor of the main eliminator to attempt their destiny and arrive at last.


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