Both Peshwar Zalmi and Islamabad United created new records in the match happening on Sunday at 3 PM. The Pakistan Super League match of season 2021/22 took place on January 30th, 2022, at the National Stadium, Karachi. Both Peshwar Zalmi and Islamabad United launched fabulous scores in a 20-over match. Fans are hoping for something unique from the participating team.
In the past, both teams played some of the matches together and won as well, by fabulous scores. Peshwar Zalmi has created a 7-run victory with the support of Kamran Akmal and Tom Banton. It was their meledious memory of cricket. After this, they went in 2021 to play in the cricket match, which Zalmi won by 6 wickets with the support of Tom Kohler-Cadmore and Haider Ali.
Finally, Islamabad United woke up in the 2021 match and won their first match by 15 runs, based on Usman Khawaja and Colin Munro in the last over. Another winning wicket of eight was taken by Zalmi’s amazing players, Hazratullah Zazai and Jonathan Wells. It was their last match recorded in cricket history.
Rather than the matches, some players’ contributions were also precious to share with the fans. Shoaib Malik was the star of Peshwar Zalmi’s super stunning players, as he contributed 283 runs based on a 35.38 BT average in 10 matches. And Kamran Akmal has marked his 238 runs based on a 23.80 BT average over 10 matches.
And from the Islamabad United team, Colin Munro has contributed 285 runs based on a 57.6 BT average over seven matches, and Asif Ali has created 194 runs based on a BT average of 27.71 in 10 matches.
Fans are hoping for something unique from the participating team, but it is a very tough situation for them to visualise one winner amongst two super strong teams as they have grabbed people’s attention in recent matches.
Peshwar Zalmi Team Arish Ali Khan, Arshad Iqbal, Pat Brown, Ben Cutting, Haider Ali, Hazratullah Zazai, Hussain Talat, Kamran Akmal, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Liam Livingstone, Saqib Mahmood, Mohammad Umar, Matt Parkinson, Sherfane Rutherford, Salman Irshad, Sameen Gul, Shoaib Malik, Sirajuddin, Sohail Khan and Usman Qadir.
Islamabad United Team Shadab Khan, Asif Ali, Athar Mahmood, Azam Khan, Danish Aziz, Marchant de Lange, Faheem Ashraf, Alex Hales, Hasan Ali, Mohammad Huraira, Mohammad Wasim, Mubasir Khan, Muhammad Akhlaq, Muhammad Musa, Colin Munro, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Paul Stirling, Zafar Gohar, Zahir Khan, and Zeeshan Zameer.