Quetta Gladiators won by two wickets against competition top picks Multan Sultans in a nail-gnawing spine chiller at the Dubai International Stadium on Wednesday.
Combatants effectively pursued down the 153-run focus on the second-last chunk of the innings as tail-ender Hasan Khan dispatched a slower ball astounded by Kieron Pollard the mid-wicket limit for six.
Quick bowler Umar Gul made an arrival by denoting his vocation best rocking the bowling alley figures, taking six wickets for 24 runs and finishing 200 wickets in T20s.
Gul’s spell was the second best in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) after Bopara’s 6/16 of every 2016.
Prior, a red hot unbeaten thump by captain Shoaib Malik (65 keeps running off 43 balls) in the passing overs lifted table-toppers Multan Sultans to a 152-run add up to against Gladiators in the seventeenth match of the competition.
Combatants openers, Shane Watson and Asad Shafiq, gave a flying opening to the group, the Sarfraz-drove group endured its first misfortune with the wicket of Watson (26) by quick bowler Umar Gul.