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Karachi Kings vs Islamabad United, 6th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Karachi Kings vs Islamabad United, 6th Match 14 Monday June 2021 105134000000 Islamabad United won by 5 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 14 Monday June 2021 105134000000 KRK - 196/3 (20) ISU - 197/5 (19.1) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 14 Monday June 2021 105134000000 CRR:  10.28 Player of the Match Alex Hales Scorecard Refresh Commentary So Islamabad jump up to four points to sit pretty on second spot. And it's time we jump out of here as well; so until next time, with another match that hopefully matches up to this, on behalf of us, ta ta!! Shadab Khan | Winning captain : Feels great as a team. The team performed well and I need to step up as a bowler and a batsman in the matches to come. We need to rectify the small mistakes we're making, and although we are winning at the moment, we need to reduce these mistakes. We need to use Faheem's form. We wanted to give him as many balls to face as possible. Hats off to the way Asif Ali and Hussain Talat finished things off. Alex Hales | MoM : It was obviously a really big chase. I felt the pitch was getting slower as the game went on, and that's why I wanted to capitalize on the powerplay. It got tougher as the game went on, the ball was sticking and turning. We had our backs against the wall in the chase the last time as well and for guys to contribute is great. (On his drop catch)I hate making excuses, but I lost that ball just a bit in the lights. Imad Wasim | Losing captain: I think it was a good game. We were short by 20 runs. Credit to Hales and in the end Asif Ali. It wasn't spinning and then it started spinning, that's why I brought him (Nabi) on late and he was the standout bowler for us. It is just the start of the tournament and we will come back strongly. Sharjeel batted brilliantly and showed his class today. A couple of overs went for runs and that happens in T20 cricket, nothing to worry about. Asif Ali - The plan from the coach and the management was to make the most of whatever number of balls I get to face. Nabi is a fine bowler and was bowling well, my plan though was to play my shots against him. We bat deep, until number 10, that gives us the confidence to go out there and play our shots 22:54 Local Time, 17:54 GMT, 23:24 IST: A mighty fine game this, with a bit of everything for everyone. The first two batsmen went without scoring, Alex Hales milked the powerplay with some real clean strikes and found good company in Faheem Ashraf. Iftikhar Ahmed and Hussain Talat then took over with a pretty smart partnership, keeping up with the asking rate without any overt risk. It was Nabi who pulled it back for Karachi in fact, bowling with the old ball and getting it to grip in the pitch and sneaking in a few quiet overs to mount some pressure. But no, Asif Ali strode in, smoked a few for fun, and sealed it very comfortably. In the end, it needs to be said, as much as 197 looked a big target, Karachi left at least 20 runs out there in the field with the bat. Hang around, the presentations are here .. 19.1 Maqsood to Asif Ali, 1 run, squeezes an inside-edge onto his boot, and the ball trickles down to third man. That's it, Islamabad nail their biggest chase in the PSL . Karachi won't let them celebrate without drama though, reviewing this decision , only to spot a big fat spike on UltraEdge Waqas Maqsood [2.0-0-21-1] is back into the attack ISU: 196-5 after 19 overs 18.6 Amir to Asif Ali, 1 run, short, wide, stabbed uppishly, and third man surprisingly doesn't even go for the catch. Scores equal 18.5 Amir to Asif Ali, SIX .. it gets worse. Amir misses his yorker once again, this time in fact letting out a higher full toss that Asif now smokes over cow corner big time 18.4 Amir to Asif Ali, FOUR , that should seal it . Amir misses his yorker, dishes out a low full toss, Ali slices deliciously, getting under it and slicing over extra cover 18.3 Amir to Asif Ali, no run, perfect wide yorker, from over the wicket, going across and just inside the tramline 18.2 Amir to Asif Ali, 2 runs, wide low full toss, carved backward of point, and some seriously good running to take third man on and get back for the second 18.1 Amir to Asif Ali, no run, full, angling away, and Asif goes for a cuter-than-needed scoop. And doesn't even connect 14 runs | 12 balls ISU: 183-5 after 18 overs 17.6 Nabi to Asif Ali, 1 run, shorter, with Asif chipping it through mid-wicket off his back foot 17.5 Nabi to Asif Ali, SIX , take that. Boom. Ali - first ball - sits and slogs this high and long over cow corner Asif Ali, right handed bat, comes to the crease 17.4 Nabi to Talat, out Lbw!! Islamabad review : The slingy straighter one, and Talat - in what's been a very stratchy innings - shuffles, freezes in front of his stumps and plays all around a pretty straight delivery. LBWs don't get any easier. Talat lbw b Nabi 42(31) [4s-4] Nabi to Talat, THATS OUT!! Lbw!! Load More Commentary

Karachi Kings vs Islamabad United, 6th Match

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Islamabad United won by 5 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 14 Monday June 2021 105134000000

KRK - 196/3 (20)
ISU - 197/5 (19.1)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 14 Monday June 2021 105134000000
CRR:  10.28

Player of the Match

Commentary

So Islamabad jump up to four points to sit pretty on second spot. And it's time we jump out of here as well; so until next time, with another match that hopefully matches up to this, on behalf of us, ta ta!!

Shadab Khan | Winning captain: Feels great as a team. The team performed well and I need to step up as a bowler and a batsman in the matches to come. We need to rectify the small mistakes we're making, and although we are winning at the moment, we need to reduce these mistakes. We need to use Faheem's form. We wanted to give him as many balls to face as possible. Hats off to the way Asif Ali and Hussain Talat finished things off.

Alex Hales | MoM: It was obviously a really big chase. I felt the pitch was getting slower as the game went on, and that's why I wanted to capitalize on the powerplay. It got tougher as the game went on, the ball was sticking and turning. We had our backs against the wall in the chase the last time as well and for guys to contribute is great. (On his drop catch)I hate making excuses, but I lost that ball just a bit in the lights.

Imad Wasim | Losing captain: I think it was a good game. We were short by 20 runs. Credit to Hales and in the end Asif Ali. It wasn't spinning and then it started spinning, that's why I brought him (Nabi) on late and he was the standout bowler for us. It is just the start of the tournament and we will come back strongly. Sharjeel batted brilliantly and showed his class today. A couple of overs went for runs and that happens in T20 cricket, nothing to worry about.

Asif Ali - The plan from the coach and the management was to make the most of whatever number of balls I get to face. Nabi is a fine bowler and was bowling well, my plan though was to play my shots against him. We bat deep, until number 10, that gives us the confidence to go out there and play our shots

22:54 Local Time, 17:54 GMT, 23:24 IST: A mighty fine game this, with a bit of everything for everyone. The first two batsmen went without scoring, Alex Hales milked the powerplay with some real clean strikes and found good company in Faheem Ashraf. Iftikhar Ahmed and Hussain Talat then took over with a pretty smart partnership, keeping up with the asking rate without any overt risk. It was Nabi who pulled it back for Karachi in fact, bowling with the old ball and getting it to grip in the pitch and sneaking in a few quiet overs to mount some pressure. But no, Asif Ali strode in, smoked a few for fun, and sealed it very comfortably. In the end, it needs to be said, as much as 197 looked a big target, Karachi left at least 20 runs out there in the field with the bat. Hang around, the presentations are here ..

19.1 Maqsood to Asif Ali, 1 run, squeezes an inside-edge onto his boot, and the ball trickles down to third man. That's it, Islamabad nail their biggest chase in the PSL. Karachi won't let them celebrate without drama though, reviewing this decision, only to spot a big fat spike on UltraEdge

Waqas Maqsood [2.0-0-21-1] is back into the attack

ISU: 196-5 after 19 overs

18.6 Amir to Asif Ali, 1 run, short, wide, stabbed uppishly, and third man surprisingly doesn't even go for the catch. Scores equal

18.5 Amir to Asif Ali, SIX .. it gets worse. Amir misses his yorker once again, this time in fact letting out a higher full toss that Asif now smokes over cow corner big time

18.4 Amir to Asif Ali, FOUR, that should seal it. Amir misses his yorker, dishes out a low full toss, Ali slices deliciously, getting under it and slicing over extra cover

18.3 Amir to Asif Ali, no run, perfect wide yorker, from over the wicket, going across and just inside the tramline

18.2 Amir to Asif Ali, 2 runs, wide low full toss, carved backward of point, and some seriously good running to take third man on and get back for the second

18.1 Amir to Asif Ali, no run, full, angling away, and Asif goes for a cuter-than-needed scoop. And doesn't even connect

14 runs | 12 balls

ISU: 183-5 after 18 overs

17.6 Nabi to Asif Ali, 1 run, shorter, with Asif chipping it through mid-wicket off his back foot

17.5 Nabi to Asif Ali, SIX, take that. Boom. Ali - first ball - sits and slogs this high and long over cow corner

Asif Ali, right handed bat, comes to the crease

17.4 Nabi to Talat, out Lbw!! Islamabad review: The slingy straighter one, and Talat - in what's been a very stratchy innings - shuffles, freezes in front of his stumps and plays all around a pretty straight delivery. LBWs don't get any easier. Talat lbw b Nabi 42(31) [4s-4]

Nabi to Talat, THATS OUT!! Lbw!!