Quetta Gladiators vs Multan Sultans, 28th Match - Live Cricket Score

Pakistan Super League, 2023 | 11 Mar 2023, Sat, 7:30 PM IST | Pindi Club Ground, Rawalpindi

ResultMultan Sultans won by 9 runs.


262/3 (20 ov)



253/8 (20 ov)

Man of the Match: Abbas Afridi

Usman KhanUsman Khanst Umar Akmal b Mohammad Nawaz12043129279.07
Mohammad RizwanMohammad Rizwan(wk)c Omair Yousuf b Qais Ahmad552962189.66
Rilee RossouwRilee Rossouwc Mohammad Nawaz b Qais Ahmad15911166.67
Tim DavidTim DavidNot out432514172.00
Kieron PollardKieron PollardNot out231421164.29
Did Not Bat: Khushdil Shah, Anwar Ali, Usama Mir, Abbas Afridi, Ihsanullah, Izharulhaq Naveed
Extra( b - 0, w - 6, no - 0, lb - 0, p - 0 )6
Total( 13.10 Runs per over )262 (3 Wkts, 20 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

158-1 (Usman Khan, 10.1), 187-2 (Rilee Rossouw, 12.5), 204-3 (Mohammad Rizwan, 14.3)

Mohammad Nawaz405010212.50
Aimal Khan303700012.33
Umaid Asif404900012.25
Qais Ahmad407720019.25
Mohammad Hafeez1080008.00

Jason RoyJason Royc Khushdil Shah b Anwar Ali6601100.00
Martin GuptillMartin Guptillc Mohammad Rizwan b Ihsanullah371424264.29
Omair Bin YousufOmair Bin Yousufc Usman Khan b Ihsanullah673673186.11
Mohammad HafeezMohammad Hafeezc Rilee Rossouw b Abbas Afridi120050.00
Iftikhar AhmedIftikhar Ahmedc (sub Shan Masood) b Abbas Afridi533144170.97
Umar AkmalUmar Akmal(wk)c Tim David b Abbas Afridi281023280.00
Mohammad NawazMohammad Nawazc Kieron Pollard b Abbas Afridi16730228.57
Umaid AsifUmaid Asifc Kieron Pollard b Abbas Afridi01000.00
Qais AhmadQais AhmadNot out17721242.86
Naveen-ul-HaqNaveen-ul-HaqNot out17730242.86
Did Not Bat: Aimal Khan
Extra( b - 1, w - 8, no - 1, lb - 1, p - 0 )11
Total( 12.65 Runs per over )253 (8 Wkts, 20 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

14-1 (Jason Roy, 1.4), 60-2 (Martin Guptill, 4.3), 68-3 (Mohammad Hafeez, 5.1), 172-4 (Iftikhar Ahmed, 14.4), 178-5 (Omair Bin Yousuf, 15.1), 208-6 (Mohammad Nawaz, 16.5), 208-7 (Umaid Asif, 16.6), 221-8 (Umar Akmal, 18.1)

Khushdil Shah1060016.00
Anwar Ali304811016.00
Izharulhaq Naveed405500213.75
Abbas Afridi404750211.75
Usama Mir40370019.25



Pakistan Super League

Date & Time

11 Mar 2023, Sat, 7:30 PM IST


Quetta Gladiators elected to bowl


Pindi Club Ground, Rawalpindi


Alex Wharf (England), Martin Saggers (England), Ahsan Raza (Pakistan, TV)

Match Referee

Ali Naqvi (Pakistan)

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Multan Sultans


Quetta Gladiators will lock horns with Multan Sultans in the 28th match of the Pakistan Super League at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi on March 11. Quetta Gladiators have played a total of nine games this season, where they have won just three matches and are fifth in the rankings. Multan Sultans have won five out of their nine games and are third in the standings.

Gladiators faced Peshawar Zalmi in their last encounter, where Peshawar won the toss, and they elected to bat. It was a high-scoring encounter between both teams. Peshawar started explosively as both their openers were firing. Saim got a brilliant half-century, while Babar scored a brilliant century. Peshawar lost just two wickets in their innings and posted a humongous total of 240. It would have seemed like the match was done and dusted with such a total on board, but Jason Roy had other plans. He smashed 145 not-out off just 63 balls and took his team home. Gladiators won the match by eight wickets with ten balls to spare.

The Sultans also faced Peshawar Zalmi in their last match, where Peshawar again won the toss and elected to bat. This pitch was another belter on offer for the teams, as a total of 486 runs were scored in the match. The openers of Peshawar again performed brilliantly as they both scored their half-centuries, respectively. They lost a few wickets, but that didn’t reduce their scoring rate as they piled up a monstrous total of 242 runs for the loss of six wickets. The Sultans had a huge total to chase, but they didn’t lose hope even after having a not so good start. Rilee Rossouw then came to the pitch and took the match by storm on his own. He scored the fastest century in the history of PSL. As a result, Sultans won the game by four wickets with five balls to spare.

Playing XI

Quetta Gladiators

Multan Sultans