ABU DHABI: Karachi Kings chased a revised target of 130 runs in 18.1 overs to beat Peshawar Zalmi by eight wickets in Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 6’s practice match.
Openers Sharjeel Khan and Babar Azam set the tone for the Kings by scoring 67 runs together. Sharjeel smashed two sixes and four boundaries to score 36 runs whilst Babar scored quick 32 off 22 balls laced with six boundaries.
Chadwick Walton made 31 off 23 balls spread over two boundaries and a six. Kings chased the target on just two wickets.
Sameen Gul and Amad Butt bagged a wicket each for Zalmi.
Earlier in 12-a-side practice match, Kings bowled out Zalmi for 73 runs. David Miller was the highest run-scorer from Zalmi with 29 off 25 balls. He struck two sixes and ad many fours during his stay at the crease. Kamran Akmal and Fabian Allen scored 10 runs each.
Arshad Iqbal bagged three whereas Imad Wasim, Thisara Perera, and Abbas Afridi two wickets each. Aamer Yamin also took a wicket.