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Sultans win the race, Zalmi fail the mace

Sultans win the race, Zalmi fail the mace

Sultans win the race, Zalmi fail the mace

Pressure is not on us but on Sultans – Wahab Riaz! What a thunderous win for Multan Sultans to avenge his last-day statement… Sultans have made history – Nobody could do it but Rizwan did it… Karachi Kings lost the gem last year and as Sultans were already intended to clamp the ‘lost gem’. In the drafting of the HBL PSL 6, Multan Sultans not only picked Mohammad Rizwan but also esteemed him abundantly to command the franchise following his past leadership experience.

Rizwan’s leading accomplishments are not the only thing we are discussing but the individual tactics matter alongside the tiger’s snuff behind the stumps for his chaps. From owning five triumphs out of ten in the Robinhood stage to becoming the first Qualifiers for the HBL PSL 6 final, the blue-green men have given enthrallingly unforgettable flashes to watch for to the aficionados.

What an emotional moment it portrays whilst Rizwan and men clinching their maiden PSL title in 4 years! Absolutely astounding. The team was first summed to the gateway back in 2018 with Shoaib Malik getting the captaincy powers. Nothing tugged out in later years except the crew reaching the playoffs last season but eventually facing mortification – But, Rizwan’s captaincy and playing adventure unquestionably has harbored the Multan Sultans with the crown.

Sultans win the race, Zalmi fail the mace

The Proteas Imran Tahir is credible for the triumph. Grasping three wickets with slight intervals hardly gave Zalmi batters the chance to breathe. Wahab and management loaded of expressions from the dugout clearly were portraying the anxiety on their edge. It had to be happened, maybe because every rise has a fall, Zazai’s dry fruits could not grant much vehemence at the top after a few consistently dynamic exhibitions to be in the showdown.

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Rizwan and co were like the calm before the storm who roared out the Yellow Storm with the endowment. Rossouw’s inning having an upper hand with Sohaib Maqsood gave Zalmi bowlers the crucial troubles conceding a target of 207 runs – visibly impossible as no team has clinched such a massive target in the playoffs yet.

The grand finale ends bouncing the brand-new champions this year. It dooms Rizwan’s road of success not only in the HBL PSL 6 but thoroughly after his gigantic efforts and belief in the divine to be where he is.

It is pertinent to mention here that MS’s skipper is the second-highest run-getter of the HBL PSL 6 and the highest-run getter of the calendar year in the T20 format.

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