HBL PSL 6 final: What a game to witness! Multan Sultans are the brand-new winners of the extravaganza debasing Peshawar Zalmi tonight at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium.
The chastity belongs to the leadership of Mohammad Rizwan who is coming from a long road of striving. He has finally hunted the nest – A nest full of fortune and fame.
A year ago, Karachi Kings released Rizwan not knowing the moment they release, may dignify Rizwan’s status ahead. The lad occupied the mid-order batting, wicketkeeping vacancy and commence to aspire the watchers with multiple breathtaking accomplishments.
From having criticism to being the second Pakistani batsman having tons in all three formats, the 29-year old has recorded diverse fates in between. The grandstander earlier crowned Peshawar region in domestic panel multiple times alongside campaign making him the winning captain of the National T20 Cup lately.
HBL PSL 6 final: Sultans leave Zalmi breathless
Now, he has become the first-ever Sultans’ skipper to win them the trophy in four years as the franchise was induced to the extravaganza in 2018. Injecting different strategies, Sultans awaited the positive consequences but miracles did not happen despite their qualification for the playoffs last year.
As if Sultans were anticipated for the gem released by Kings – his good time began instantly and the MS management utilized fully out of it. They did not only tick him as the player but gave him the leading responsibilities over Shan Masood that was a matter of debate at the moment. Who knew the champ will triumph in the maiden PSL trophy for the Sultans?
Before the final kicked off, Sultans were patient enough as something demoted them but there is always a calm before the storm – the storm that has pulled Zalmi out as the runner-ups. On the other hand, Wahab and co were full of stamina as they hallucinated about achieving the HBL PSL 6 final. The rest is history — ✍️Zainab Shafiq
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