PSL 2022: Watch - Ben Cutting took his revenge against Sohail Tanveer after 4 years


Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators have clashed with others in the 22nd match of the ongoing Pakistan Super League on Tuesday. Having a look at the match, Wahab Riaz the skipper of Peshawar Zalmi won the toss and decided to bat.

Hazratullah Zazai and Mohammad Haris opened the innings but the Afghan batsman had to return to the dressing room after scoring only one run for his side.

Liam Livingstone followed him in the same over as Naseem Shah cleared the English cricketer with a peach of a delivery. Mohammad Haris who got a good start to his innings had to walk back after being dismissed for 29 runs.

Then Shoaib Malik and Hussain Talat joined the hands and stitched a beautiful partnership in the middle. Both the batters added 73 runs for the fourth-wicket partnership before Shoaib Malik and Hussain Talat were dismissed for 58 and 51 runs respectively.

Summar of the match between Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators:

Will Smeed

Coming down the order, Ben Cutting smashed a quickfire 36 off 14 balls and helped his team to post a competitive total of 185 runs on the board. Chasing the target posted by the opposition, Quetta Gladiators opened the innings with Jason Roy and Will Smeed.

However, they didn't get the expected start as the England opener has been dismissed by his international teammate Liam Livingstone for 13 runs. James Vince followed him in the very next over bowled by Usman Qadir and has been gone for a duck.

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After that, the skipper of the side Sarfaraz Ahmed played a decent inning and scored 25 runs for his team. The lower-order batters didn't perform up to the expectations but Will Smeed continuously dominated the opposition bowlers all around the park.

The 20-year-old missed his well-deserved hundred by just one run after being bowled by Salman Irshad. In the end, Peshawar Zalmi defeated Quetta Gladiators by 24 runs. 

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