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In pictures: Multan Sultans win the HBL PSL 6 final

Multan Sultans have now grasped their maiden PSL title winning the final of the HBL PSL 6 facing the Wahab Riaz-led Peshawar Zalmi at Abu Dhabi tonight. Zalmi stepped in the ground with high hopes of getting their second HBL PSL trophy but Sultans were nevertheless. Being commanded by Mohammad Rizwan, the Sultans already had certain chances of clinching the trophy.

Zalmi boys were too confident ahead of their victory but Rizwan chaps have proved the proverb, “there is calm before the storm”. From having five out of ten accomplishments in the Robinhood stage, Sultans stand here, clutching their maiden PSL trophy breaking the internet with exalted and memorable portrays.

Being added in 2018, Sultans have been trying under different skippers and coaching panels but nothing looked to working for them despite their last season’s efforts dragging them to playoffs and eventually pulling out. What has cherished the line-up is the leadership of Mohammad Rizwan.

The wicketkeeping mid-order batsman has been looming following his career. Not only his PSL 6 captaincy achievements but personal records and roars behind the stumps are considerable. Rizwan is coming from a long road of success that involves initial criticism never letting the champ down.

Coming in the national squad competing Sarfaraz Ahmad for the vacancy, Rizwan now owes multiple records in the precise notable tenure. Also, his inspiring captaincy journey may have aspired the Sultans management panel to tick him as their captain. Striving since domestic forums, he has triumphed multiple events for the Peshawar region alongside winning the major event, the national t20 cup lately.

In pictures: Multan Sultans win the HBL PSL 6 final

Watch Rizwan’s and co’s memorable and delightful victory in pictures here:

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