PSL 2017: Zalmi secure berth in the final match

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Kamran Akmal’s outstanding century fired Peshawar Zalmi into the final of Pakistan Super League (PSL) second edition by knocking Karachi Kings out of the tournament on Friday.

Kings kicked off their innings with a stumbling start, losing initial wickets quite early. Chris Gayle and Kieron Pollard struck major sixes and fours to uplift Kings’ score but could not stop Zalmi’s Wahab Riaz and Chris Jordan from bagging three wickets each.

Afridi suffered an injury on his right hand while attempting to take Pollard’s catch off Hassan Ali’s delivery. He received 12 stitched due to which he has pulled out from playing the final match in Lahore.

Earlier, Peshawar Zalmi posted a giant score of 181 runs for the loss of only three wickets, thanks to Kamran Akmal’s 104 runs off 65 deliveries.

Peshawar will now travel to Lahore to play Quetta Gladiators in last bout scheduled on March 5 at the Gaddafi Stadium.

Kamran Akmal’s outstanding century fired Peshawar Zalmi into the final of Pakistan Super League (PSL) second edition by knocking Karachi Kings out of the tournament on Friday.

Kings kicked off their innings with a stumbling start, losing initial wickets quite early. Chris Gayle and Kieron Pollard struck major sixes and fours to uplift Kings’ score but could not stop Zalmi’s Wahab Riaz and Chris Jordan from bagging three wickets each.

Afridi suffered an injury on his right hand while attempting to take Pollard’s catch off Hassan Ali’s delivery. He received 12 stitched due to which he has pulled out from playing the final match in Lahore.

Earlier, Peshawar Zalmi posted a giant score of 181 runs for the loss of only three wickets, thanks to Kamran Akmal’s 104 runs off 65 deliveries.

Peshawar will now travel to Lahore to play Quetta Gladiators in last bout scheduled on March 5 at the Gaddafi Stadium.

Kamran Akmal’s outstanding century fired Peshawar Zalmi into the final of Pakistan Super League (PSL) second edition by knocking Karachi Kings out of the tournament on Friday.

Kings kicked off their innings with a stumbling start, losing initial wickets quite early. Chris Gayle and Kieron Pollard struck major sixes and fours to uplift Kings’ score but could not stop Zalmi’s Wahab Riaz and Chris Jordan from bagging three wickets each.

Afridi suffered an injury on his right hand while attempting to take Pollard’s catch off Hassan Ali’s delivery. He received 12 stitched due to which he has pulled out from playing the final match in Lahore.

Earlier, Peshawar Zalmi posted a giant score of 181 runs for the loss of only three wickets, thanks to Kamran Akmal’s 104 runs off 65 deliveries.

Peshawar will now travel to Lahore to play Quetta Gladiators in last bout scheduled on March 5 at the Gaddafi Stadium.

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