Shadab Khan’s valiant attempt was in naught as the Sultans outscored IU by 20 runs
Multan Sultans finished the championship by 20 runs thanks to Khushdil Shah’s outstanding bowling effort, which helped the team achieve its fourth year in a row to win in the competition.
The coin had been secured by Islamabad United, and they had chosen to bowl first.
The Sultans got off to a great start throughout the first round.
Both their own starters, Rizwan and Masood, were in fantastic form, but their innings came to an end when Shan Masood delivered a straight drive that hit the stump just after touching Wasim Jr’s hand, and Rizwan was run out.
Shan Masood then attempted to knock several edges, but de Lange moved him to the dugout in the ninth over. Sultans were 73-2 after 10 overs and in serious difficulty.
Multan Sultans finished the championship by 20 runs thanks to Khushdil Shah’s outstanding bowling effort, which helped the team achieve its fourth consecutive win in the competition.
The Sultans needed a pitcher who could pitch one terrific inning and pull them out of trouble. After that, Rilee Rossouw and Tim David took over and attempted to score some runs.
The Sultans had scored 217 runs on 5 wickets after 20 overs.
Rossouw and David hit several good edges and combined for a superb 110-run total. United made a significant surprise as Wasim Jr got David’s wicket. In the final over of the session, Rossouw hit three sixes against Hassan Ali.
Islamabad United didn’t get off to a good start in their innings, losing their first wicket early on. Alex Hales tried to put on a performance, however he couldn’t survive long and lost his wicket in the power play’s last over.
Though Shadab was always on the field, United continued to lose wickets, despite the fact that he played a fantastic innings, scoring 91 off 42 balls with five four sides and nine sixes.
No other hitter was capable of putting up more than 25 runs on the scoreboard.
Islamabad United 197 (Shadab 91, Khushdil 4-35, Willey 3-38) were defeated by Multan Sultans 217 for 5 (David 71, Rossouw 67*, Wasim 1-39).