PSL Final Highlights | Imran Tahir Rilee Rossouw highest PSL final total Multan Sultans victory snippets, 3 wickets in 4 balls, fifty in 20 balls, highest total..He became the hero of PSL final and some special records
Rilee Rossouw and Imran Tahir, PSL 2021 Final  |  Photo Credits: Twitter
- Pakistan Super League 2021 Final – Multan Sultans are the new champions
- Multan Sultans won the PSL title for the first time by defeating Peshawar Zalmi
- Imran Tahir, Riley Russo, Soheb Maqsood, many heroes of PSL final
The final of the sixth season of Pakistan Super League (PSL) was played between Multan Sultans and Peshawar Zalmi in Abu Dhabi on Thursday night. Multan Sultans won the PSL title for the first time in this match by defeating Peshawar Zalmi by 47 runs. The Multan team led by Mohammad Rizwan had many heroes during the match, during which some special records were also seen to be made. Many interesting things happened in both the innings, due to which this final remained in the news.
the largest total
In this final match of Pakistan Super League 2021, Multan Sultans lost the toss but were invited to bat first. Perhaps this Peshawar was overshadowed by Zalmi. Multan’s team scored 206 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in 20 overs, which is a record, on the basis of the brilliant innings of their top four batsmen. Never before had such a big score been scored in the PSL final.
Another swashbuckling innings of Maqsood
Sohaib Maqsood, who won the ‘Man of the Match’ as well as the ‘Player of the Tournament’ title, scored an unbeaten 65 off 35 balls, which included 3 sixes and 6 fours. Due to his innings, the hard work of the rest of the top three batsmen (Russo, Rizwan and Shan Masood) did not go in vain and Multan Sultans managed to convert the good start into a big score (206 runs).
31-year-old Rousseau’s blistering half-century
Multan Sultans’ batsman in the PSL final was another hero in the order. This star turned 31-year-old South African batsman Riley Russo. Russo, who came out to bat at number four, was determined to make the final special for himself and perhaps that is why he thundered as soon as he came and scored a half-century in just 20 balls. He scored 50 runs in 21 balls which included 3 sixes and 5 fours.
3 wickets in 4 balls.. then 4 wickets in 6 balls
The final also ended in an interesting one where the oldest player of the tournament, 42-year-old South African spinner Imran Tahir, wreaked havoc. Chasing the target, Peshawar Zalmi needed 58 runs in 24 balls at one time and he also had 5 wickets left. Then Imran Tahir came out to bowl the 17th over and suddenly Multan Sultans’ victory was completely certain by dismissing Sharfeen Rutherford (18 runs) on the third ball of this over, Wahab Riaz (0) on the fifth ball and Mohammad Imran (0) on the sixth ball. Did it The series did not stop only after the fall of 3 wickets in four balls. Imran Khan also dismissed Ahmed Butt (7) on the second ball of the next over. That is, 4 wickets fell within 6 balls and it was decided to become the champion of Multan.
Peshawar could manage only 159 runs for 9 wickets in 20 overs and lost the match and the title. Multan Sultans captured the PSL title for the first time and with this the sixth season of the Pakistan Super League played in two parts due to the Kovid epidemic came to an end.
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