Breaking Records and Making It to Another PSL Final: Multan and Rizwan

In the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Multan Sultans easily defeated Lahore Qalandars by 84 runs in the qualifier of the current season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Multan Sultans successfully qualified for the competition’s final with this lopsided victory. Multan Sultans will participate in the PSL championship game for the third time in a row.

The Mohammad Rizwan-led team faced Peshawar Zalmi in the 2021 final, which they won by a score of 47 runs to win their first PSL championship.

The Lahore Qalandars, who were coached by Shaheen Shah Afridi, defeated the Multan Sultans by 42 runs in the championship game last year.

In the meantime, Mohammad Rizwan helped his club qualify for the final by becoming the first player in PSL history to score more than 500 runs three times in a row.
The wicket-keeper hitter has scored 500 runs in the sixth edition of the PSL at an average of 45.45 and a strike rate of 127.87, including four half-centuries and a century.

Last year, Rizwan finished the year as the top runscorer in T20 cricket with 546 runs scored in 12 PSL innings at an average of 45.5 and a strike rate of 126.68, including seven fifty-plus scores.

The right-handed batter has so far this season amassed 516 runs in 11 games with a strike rate of 142.54 and an average of 57.33, including three half-centuries.

Innings  Runs  Average  100s 50s
12 500 45.45 1 4
12 546 45.5 0 7
11 516 57.33 1 3


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