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Sultans’ fortune lighten up under Rizwan’s captaincy

Sultans' fortune lighten up under Rizwan's captaincy

Sultans’ fortune lighten up under Rizwan’s captaincy

From once being under heavy criticism to owning the cheers of the realm, Mohammad Rizwan has proved himself as a worthy showcase might it be leadership tendencies or his personal accomplishments. The critics did not have an idea that overtaking Shan Masood’s role as a skipper of the Multan Sultans may cherish the team’s chances to be in the final.

Rizwan has made it! He has proved his leadership skills. Sultans are finally in the grand finale for the first time in Pakistan Super League (PSL) history. In today’s qualifier, Rizwan and men became the first crew to reach the final of the HBL PSL 6 beating top-notched Islamabad United in all departs.

Notably, United have been unbeaten throughout the tournament, hence, according to our prediction, their defeat was certain tonight. Out of ten Robinhood matches contested, Shadab and men had succeeded eight that ordered them on the top of the HBL PSL 6 points table. On the other hand, Sultans have a twist in their story line-up of qualification for the playoffs as they could triumph 50% of the rivalries.

Sultans’ fortune lighten up under Rizwan’s captaincy

Maybe the Sultans’ stakeholders were inspired by Rizwan’s past captaincy collection as he has won many domestic tournaments for specific teams. Stepping in 2008, he has won numerous trophies for the Peshawar region recently targetting the National T20 Cup for KPK entering in the chapters of success.

National T20 Cup Final: Rizwan wins the contest for Southern

National T20 Cup Final: Rizwan wins the contest for KPK

Not only the captaincy portfolio but his individual records are worth discussing. Lately, he became the only Pakistani wicketkeeping batsman and the world’s second to own tons in all three formats of the game. The feat made him the second Pakistani to do so. Discussing the charters of HBL PSL 6 for Sultans, the captain is the second-highest run-getter of the extravaganza.

The PCB management might be looking to cement his place as he has overtaken former captain, Sarfaraz Ahmed, in the mid-order and behind the stumps. However, Sarfaraz is included in the squad too but there is a debate between the duo in leading Pakistan’s wicketkeeping post. Sultans may proceed with Rizwan as the skipper in the upcoming PSL editions too.

Notably, being qualified for the showdown, the chaps in green-blue now await their opponent as the battle of qualification continues between Karachi Kings, Peshawar Zalmi, and Islamabad United. The final of the HBL PSL 6 is to be played on 24th June at the Shiekh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi.

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PSL 6: Is Sohaib Maqsood to get an international call by PCB?

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