PSL 2023: Watch - Shoaib Malik gets dismissed in bizarre way as he loses bat out of hand
The veteran Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik got dismissed weirdly as he loses his bat while attempting to play the pull shot the ball lands straight into the hands of Aamer Jamal whereas the bat lands near the wicket-keeper.
Having a look at the battle between Peshawar Zalmi and Karachi Kings, Imad Wasim opted to bowl after winning the toss. After being asked to bat first, Peshawar Zalmi posted a challenging total of 197 runs on the board.
Despite the failure of the top-order batters, Kohler-Cadmore, Haseebullah Khan and Rovman Powell have done enough damage for the opposition bowlers as they scored 56, 50 and 64 runs respectively. Chasing the target, Karachi Kings got a good start to their innings.
However, Babar Azam's men provided breakthroughs at regular intervals and won the match by a margin of 24 runs in hand. After Matthew Wade's fifty at the top-order, Imad Wasim was the lone warrior for his side who remained unbeaten on 57 runs that consists of 10 boundaries and a six.
I thought everything was in my zone: Rovman Powell
Rovman Powell was adjudged Player of the Match for his stunning 64 off 34 balls which consists of 6 fours and 4 sixes. The West Indian powerhouse shared a few words in the post-match presentation, saying, "It was a pretty good wicket.
TKC and Haseebullah batted well to get us a platform from where I could launch. I thought everything was in my zone, it was important for me to bat the first 10 balls properly to get used to the surface. I've been in form so I was a little disappointed that I didn't get runs in my first few innings," was quoted as same as in Cricbuzz.
"We lost back to back wickets and that put us under pressure. The way Powell and Kohler-Cadmore played was excellent, Haseebullah also batted well in between. This pitch supports the batters, the batters executed well.
Our bowlers also executed well. Every win gives us confidence and this was an important match to win, hopefully, we will win the upcoming games too," said Peshawar Zalmi skipper, Babar Azam.
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