Updated: 03 March 2021 22:24 I S
Karachi [Pakistan], March 3 (ANI): Peshawar Zalmi players have been fined 10 percent of their match costs for maintaining a slow over rate during their Pakistan Super League (PSL) match against King of Karachi on Wednesday.
According to a statement from PSL, Zalmi was found to be too short of their target after calculating the allotted time and, as such, was subject to section 2.22 of the PCB Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which relates to the minimum. violation of excessive tariffs.
Captain Zalmi Shoaib Malik accepted the sanction proposed by match referee Iftikhar Ahmed. The charges were leveled by field referees Rashid Riaz and Shozab Raza and third referee Ahsan Raza.
In the game, half a century from Babar Azam | and guide Mohammad Nabi King of Karachi for a comfortable six-goal win Peshawar Zalmi.
The Kings overcame the 189 run target with three balls remaining as Nabi stroked his second half-century in succession with a fast 35-ball 67, studded eight four and four six and Babar hit six four and three six in his unbeaten streak from 77 off. 47. The pair had a 118 run partnership which won the match for the fourth goal.
Mohammad Imran scored on the first ball of the half as he knocked out a top-notch Sharjeel Khan without a score. Joe Clarke (17 off 14, four fours) and Colin Ingram (three off 11) next left the scorecard reading at 43 for three at the end of the seventh ending.
But the three goals did not cause Zalmi the loss that Zalmi had hoped for thanks to Babar-Nabi’s solid partnership. (ANI)
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