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Aussies’ poor day in Pakistan Neat League

Aussies’ poor day in Pakistan Neat League

Australia’s Pakistan Neat League exports didn’t enjoy potentially the most easy of days with bat or ball as a trio of Substantial Bash stars mustered a single flee between them.

Multan Sultans’ mountainous-hitting opener Chris Lynn was bowled 2nd ball for a duck but was relieved to appear his facet gallop on to win by seven wickets against the Lahore Qalandars.

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Wicketkeeper Ben Dunk had earlier been caught 2nd ball for sincere a single as Lahore location a total of 6-157 which was conveniently surpassed by the Sultans.

They eased to victory by seven wickets attributable to Mohammad Rizwan’s 76 off 49 balls and Sohaib Maqsood’s unbeaten 61 off 41.

Things didn’t gallop any better for Quetta Gladiators’ Ben Cutting in the day’s later match as he was bowled for a golden duck by Saqib Mahmood as his facet accrued 7-198 against Peshawar Zalmi, basically based largely round Sarfaraz Ahmed’s 81 off 40 balls.

When Peshawar batted, Cutting was hammered for 21 off his two overs, even supposing he did expend the indispensable wicket of Shoaib Malik, but it certainly wasn’t ample to prevent them chasing down their target with three balls remaining to win by three wickets.

West Indian Sherfane Rutherford saw Peshawar home with an unbeaten 36, smashing four sixes and a four off his 18 balls.

Aussies’ poor day in Pakistan Neat League