Wasim Akram erupts in rage and kicks the sofa as the Karachi Kings lose to the Multan Sultans. Multan Sultans triumphed by three runs.
Wasim Akram, the president of Karachi Kings, seen kicking a sofa in front of him after his club fell to Multan Sultans by three runs (in match 11) in the present Pakistan Super League (PSL). Significantly, its Imad Wasim’s team’s fourth defeat in five matches, and they had lost three goals when pursuing. As a result, the president spotted furious as soon as the game ended.
Meanwhile, the incident filmed on live television and quickly went viral on many social media sites.
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Mohammad Rizwan shines as Multan registers their fourth win
Multan Sultans were always in control because to a fantastic start by their openers Muhammad Rizwan and Shan Masood. Despite the fact that skipper Rizwan was unable to demonstrate his aggressive batting achievements in the early overs of the match, he changed gears in the second half of the first innings and ended up hitting 110* off only 64 deliveries.
Meanwhile, his opening partner Shan Masood scored 51, while Rilee Rossouw, batting at number three, scored 29 from 21 deliveries. Multan Sultans finished with 196 runs on the board after 20 overs, but protecting the score proved difficult.
In the second innings, the Karachi Kings pounced on the Sultans’ bowlers. Starter James Vince was outstanding, smashing 75 off just 34 deliveries, but no one could match his passion throughout the chase following his departure. Captain Imad Wasim gave it his all, hitting 46* off 26 balls, but it wasn’t enough to help Karachi win their second match of the season.
In the post-match ceremony, Sultans skipper Rizwan was named Player of the Match, and in the post-match interview, he gave all credit to his bowlers, as the 30-year-old thought they fell 10-15 runs short in the encounter.
“We had to give credit to our bowlers since we knew we were short by 10-15 runs and they all worked well in tandem. “Hopefully, we can maintain this momentum,” Rizwan remarked.
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