Peshawar Zalmi’s Shoaib Malik, who hit 48 balls with 73 unsuccessful chases against Lahore Qalandars, stated that Rashid Khan’s 5th for 20 was the real reason for the loss of Pakistan’s Super League (PSL) team. Malik noted that the Afghan rotary has “broken our backs.” “In the dead, we gave it a little more run and I thought that was something we needed to improve on. We really didn’t expect to reach 170. We did well in the bowl and the missing item was a rotating wrist. It could have made a difference with the strikes in the middle,” ESPNCricinfo Malik mentioned it after the match.
“But at the same time, we have to be grateful for the path [Ben] Dunk and [Tim] David struck [48 in 33 balls and 64* in 36 balls respectively], and despite the tough pitch, not only did they get to the races, they also managed to set a (good) good goal with a good finishing rate, ”Malik said.
Mystery kicked the Zalmi battalion in astonishment, pulling five runs out of four over four purchases, 15 of which came for the first time.
The Qalandans sit comfortably at the top of the points table with 10 points and Zalmi is in fourth place with six points.
Shoaib Malik, who scored 73 fights, tried to make a comeback with his captain Wahab Riaz, but the latter had to walk in the 16th when Rashid tightened his torso.
Malik couldn’t do it from there alone, his entrance ended when he knocked on Haris Rauf’s door.
“Regardless of all the extra races we gave up, it was Rashid Khan who broke his back with his five wickets,” Malik said.
“He took all those bats with a good strike rate to where they play in the world, and it was Haul who changed the game,” he added.
According to Rashid Khan, this performance has been achieved by the Qalandans four times to return to 9 times and hit 15 five-ball knockouts to help them defeat Islamabad United.
He won the Player of the Match award even then.
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