Qalanders beat Sultans by one run to win PSL title

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Lahore Qalandars skipper  Shaheen Shah Afridi completes the run-out of Multan Sultans batter Khushdil Shah to unafraid  the Pakistan Super League titleLahore Qalandars skipper Shaheen Shah Afridi completed a run-out to unafraid the title
Lahore Qalandars 200-6 (20 overs): Shafique 65 (40), Shaheen 44 (15); Mir 3-24
Multan Sultans 199-8 (20 overs): Rossouw 52 (32); Shaheen 4-51
Lahore Qalandars won by 1 run

Lahore Qalandars bushed Multan Sultans by 1 tally successful a thrilling last to unafraid back-to-back Pakistan Super League titles.

Needing 4 disconnected the past ball, Khushdil Shah was tally retired attempting a 3rd tally to unit a ace implicit arsenic Sultans finished connected 199-8 successful Lahore.

Qalandars skipper Shaheen Shah Afridi took 4-51 aft smashing 44 disconnected 15 balls to assistance his broadside station 200-6.

Qalanders besides bushed Sultans successful past year's final.

"We reached the last again and won the rubric for a 2nd clip truthful that's a reward for teamwork," said Pakistan accelerated bowler Shaheen.

"We played good successful the last but it was a tense win."

After winning the toss, Qalanders reached 95-1 earlier losing 4 wickets for 17 runs, including the dismissal of England batter Sam Billings.

Shaheen past launched a stunning onslaught, hitting 5 sixes and 2 fours to boost his broadside to an imposing total, gathering connected Abdullah Shafique's 65 disconnected 40.

Sultans raced to 105-1 successful reply earlier leg-spinner Rashid Khan bowled Rilee Rossouw for 52 disconnected 32 and removed Mohammad Rizwan for 34 disconnected 23.

Shaheen returned for his 2nd spell to disregard Kieron Pollard, Tim David, Anwar Ali and Usama Mir, leaving Sultans needing 35 disconnected the past 20 overs.

Khushdil and Abbas Afridi smacked 22 from Haris Rauf's 19th over, but Zaman Khan kept his calm successful the last over, with Shaheen completing the run-out connected the last shot to unafraid victory.

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