DUBAI: Lahore Qalandars has knocked down Karachi Kings in a super over in the 24th match of the Pakistan Super League’s third edition at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
Batting first, the might Karachi Kings set a target of 163 runs with Babar Azam and Lendl Simmons scored half centuries.
To chase the target, Lahore Qalandars levelled the score on the last delivery of the innings, taking the contest into the tournament’s second super over.
Qalandars’ top-order batsman Agha Salman scored 50 off 45, however, it was Sohail Akhtar who changed the game with his 15 runs off eight balls, including a six and a four leveling the score.
The game went for a super over in which, playing first, Qalandars gave Kings a target of 12 runs to win.
Fakhar Zaman was run out on the first ball while Anton Devcich, the man next in with skipper McCullum, took the super over score to 11 runs. Karachi Kings scored only 8 runs.