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Peshawar Wins High-scoring PSL Game Against Multan

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Peshawar Wins High-scoring PSL Game Against Multan

KARACHI, Pakistan: Englishman Tom Kohler-Cadmore struck a half century on his debut in the Pakistan Super League and led Peshawar Zalmi to a six-wicket win over Multan Sultans on Tuesday.

Kohler-Cadmores 53 off 32 balls led Peshawar to its highest-ever chase in the PSL 197-4 with an over to spare. Young Haider Ali finished off the game quickly by smashing a quickfire unbeaten 25 off only eight deliveries.

Vince featured in two solid half-century stands, adding 82 runs with captain Mohammad Rizwan (41) and another 71 runs with Pakistan international Sohaib Maqsood, who made 36 off 21 balls.

Captain Wahab Riaz had a forgetful game as the left-arm fast bowler conceded 51 runs off his four overs without taking a wicket and conceded five fours and three sixes.

Another Englishman, Saqib Mahmood (2-36), was the pick of Peshawar bowlers as the fast bowler had the wickets of Maqsood and Vince in successive death overs.

Maqsood gloved a short ball to wicketkeeper and Vince was sharply caught at square leg by tall Mohammad Irfan in the penultimate over.

Pakistan discard Kamran Akmal set the tone for Peshawars run-chase with 37 off 25 balls before he fell lbw to Usman Qadirs googly.

Kohler-Cadmore, who hit six fours and a six, and Imam-ul-Haq (48) kept Peshawar in the hunt with a 77-run partnership before Multan hit back through little-known fast bowler Mohammad Shahnawaz (2-44), playing his first Twenty20.

Imam was run out while going for a needless second run and Shahnawaz struck twice in the 17th over by claiming two wickets. Sherfane Rutherford was neatly caught at point by West Indies Carlos Brathwaite and two balls later Kohler-Cadmore sliced a short ball to point.

But Shahnawaz conceded 24 in his last over as Haider and Shoaib Malik smacked him for three sixes to hand Multan its second successive loss in the tournament.

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Skipper Prithvi Shaw Slams Double Ton, Mumbai Post Highest Total in Vijay Hazare Trophy History

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Skipper Prithvi Shaw Slams Double Ton, Mumbai Post Highest Total in Vijay Hazare Trophy History

Mumbai skipper Prithvi Shaw slammed 227 not out off 152 balls helping Mumbai to a mammoth 457/4 against Puducherry at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur in Elite Group D match of the 2021 Vijay Hazare Trophy. Shaw registered the highest individual score in the tournament, surpassing Sanju Samson’s 2021 in 2019 against Goa. This is Shaw’s maiden List A double ton, that came off just 142 balls. In the process, he helped Mumbai register the highest team total in the tournament’s history. Wicketkeeper-batsman Aditya Tare made 56 off 64 while Suryakumar Yadav blazed to 133 off just 58 balls, hitting 22 fours and four sixes.

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Shaw’s innings comprised five sixes and 31 fours, while for Puducherry, Pankaj Singh (7-0-79-2), Santha Moorthy (9-0-92-0), and Sagar Trivedi (9-0-99-1) were taken apart. Last week, Jharkhand had posted 422/9 vs Madhya Pradesh, which was the highest team total of the tournament history, until today. The previous best team score was 412/6 registered by Madhya Pradesh against Railways way back in 2010. Ishan Kishan had scored 173 runs in just 94 balls with the help of 11 sixes in the Elite Group B match of the Vijay Hazare Trophy on Saturday.





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