Central Punjab goes top, Southern Punjab pull off the stunning chase

Central Punjab goes top: South Punjab chased 212 in a remarkable night match.

Southern Punjab took a sensational victory, chasing 212 with four wickets that could be salvaged against the Northerners. The Northerns’ 211 was the highest score of the tournament. And SP scored its first victory in this year’s T20 National Cup just hours later.

SP put Northern on the racket. Haider Ali played the lead role with 72 of 40 balls. Breaking four sixes and seven fours. Supplemented by Mohammad Nawaz, who headed for a large sum with 25 North 38 balls.

Imad Wasim’s 18ball 40 pushed him even further. And at this point, the opening of the SP account seemed a long way off.

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SP had to start aggressively, and they did because the supply rate was never allowed to get out of hand. The grounds could have repeatedly fallen at intervals, but no batter got stuck and the scoring rate kept ticking.

Sohaib Maqsood (23 of 14), Zeeshan Ashraf (15 of 9). And Azam Khan (23 of 9) played helpful cameos to keep the game alive so Agha Salman could pass the innings at the other end.

While Aamer Yamin (41 of 21) helped them reduce the supply rate. In the end, SP only took eight after Yamin Sohai beat Tanvir for six straight six to make sure their odds were at 55. They won with a ball before the game and, although they were already knocked out, SP may have delivered the game of the season.

A magnificent spectacle from the Central Punjab bowlers, along with racket contributions from Hussain Talat and Shoaib Malik, helped them defeat Sindh by eight wickets by 26 balls in the opening match of the National Cup second leg. T20 at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. . A meager 129 target was easily hunted down thanks to Talat (68 of 52) and Malik (40 of 25). The result put Central Punjab at the top of the table.

He scored 68 balls of 40 and anchored the middle order.

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Being the first to take the field. Sindh got off to a shaky start and lost the first two games cheaply. Sarfaraz Ahmed played anchor at # 4 and helped lift innings with 54 unbeaten 37 balls.

He teamed up with Ahsan Ali, Dane Aziz, and Anwar Ali to lead Sindh to 128 for 7. Faheem Ashraf (2-19) and Hasan Ali (2-31) and Wahab Riaz (1-28) bowled economic spells.

Central Punjab began the chase cautiously after losing Kamran Akmal early on. But Talat, in third place, made it easy for the team and scored his 13th half-century T20.

He built a 98-run victorious and undefeated partnership with Malik was brought down. By Mir Hamza at Long-on when he was 11 and finished the chase in 15.4 overs.

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