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Islamabad United vs Quetta Gladiators, 12th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Islamabad United vs Quetta Gladiators, 12th Match 16 Friday April 2021 234129000000 Islamabad United won by 6 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 234129000000 QTG - 156/7 (20) ISU - 157/4 (17) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 234129000000 CRR:  9.24 Player of the Match Faheem Ashraf Scorecard Refresh Commentary Sigh! The trend of 'win toss and chase' continues in this PSL. It's been 12/12 so far. Can someone put an end to that? Do join us tomorrow for the double-header clash to find out. Until next time, goodbye and good night!! Shadab Khan | Winning captain: It's a simple plan, which is to not make too many mistakes with the ball. Stirling played really well and once you win the powerplay, you are most likely to win the game as well. Our batsmen weren't in good form coming into this, so we wanted to give Nazir and Asif a chance to finish a game for us. Faheem Ashraf | Player of the Match [3/11 off his 4 overs]: It's always challenging and once you start well you always have that good rhythm with the ball. If we execute our plans and bowl it on the good length it will become easy. We have the belief that we are not going to give up till the last ball and that keeps us driving as a team. Sarfaraz Ahmed | Losing captain:  We need to give ourselves more time with the bat, get ourselves in and then look to cash in which didn't happen today. When you concede those many runs in the powerplay it is always difficult for the bowlers to defend the target, we need to be more consistent with the ball. Zahid has been good but the others need to step up and support him. We need to give our best in the last three games and unfortunately we don't have any other option. We have to do well in all three facets to make a strong comeback in this tournament. Paul Stirling : Really happy that I got a few runs for my team. We have enough time to rest and be back for our next game. I adjusted to the pace on the wicket and it really came good for me. The feeling in the camp has been great. 22:30 local: This is also Islamabad United's first win against Quetta Gladiators since 2018. The chase was set up with a 76-run opening stand in which Hales and Stirling erased nearly half of Quetta's total inside the powerplay. Post that, it was a matter of someone playing a anchor role. Stirling and Nazir shared those duties respectively and thanks to some inconsistent bowling, the total was chased down with three overs to spare. Stirling was the star with the bat as he smacked 17 (4 boundaries) off Dale Steyn's first over during his 33-ball 56. Hang on for the presentations.... ISU: 157-4 after 17 overs 16.6 Mohammad Hasnain to Talat, 1 run, clipped to fine leg and that's it. Islamabad United win by six wickets and will now move to the second spot in the points table 16.6 Mohammad Hasnain to Talat, wide , scores level! Fourth wide of the over. Digs it short and it sails well over the batsman, only to be called a wide for height 16.5 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, 1 run, 140ks skiddy length delivery outside off, Asif Ali drags the pull off the toe-end wide of mid-wicket 16.4 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, no run, length delivery outside off, chopped away to backward point 16.4 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, wide , make that three in a row now! 16.4 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, wide , 147ks CTRL C plus CTRL V of the previous delivery 16.4 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, wide , full and tailing down the leg-side, past Asif Ali's attempted flick 16.3 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, FOUR , short and wide, hit-me delivery outside off, Asif Ali obliges with a slap over backward point. One bounce and over the ropes 16.2 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, FOUR , 143ks full and wide of off, Asif Ali slices the drive to the left of backward point and third man couldn't cut it off to his right Hussain Talat, left handed bat, comes to the crease 16.1 Mohammad Hasnain to Shadab Khan, out Caught by Mohammad Nawaz!! Poor batting from Shadab. He has looked to hit every ball on the leg-side and eventually perishes trying one too many slogs. Gets a thick top-edge and it stayed in the air for an eternity, Nawaz - at cover - calls for the catch and takes it with minimum fuss as he completes the reverse cup catch with a tumble. Shadab Khan c Mohammad Nawaz b Mohammad Hasnain 21(17) [4s-2] Mohammad Hasnain to Shadab Khan, THATS OUT!! Caught!! Mohammad Hasnain [3.0-0-20-0] is back into the attack ISU: 143-3 after 16 overs 15.6 Mohammad Nawaz to Asif Ali, SIX , when Asif Ali hits, it stays hit! Such a lovely striker of the cricket ball. Advances, gets closer to the pitch of the delivery and marmalizes it deep into the long-on stands Load More Commentary

Islamabad United vs Quetta Gladiators, 12th Match

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Islamabad United won by 6 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 234129000000

QTG - 156/7 (20)
ISU - 157/4 (17)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 234129000000
CRR:  9.24

Player of the Match

Commentary

Sigh! The trend of 'win toss and chase' continues in this PSL. It's been 12/12 so far. Can someone put an end to that? Do join us tomorrow for the double-header clash to find out. Until next time, goodbye and good night!!

Shadab Khan | Winning captain: It's a simple plan, which is to not make too many mistakes with the ball. Stirling played really well and once you win the powerplay, you are most likely to win the game as well. Our batsmen weren't in good form coming into this, so we wanted to give Nazir and Asif a chance to finish a game for us.

Faheem Ashraf | Player of the Match [3/11 off his 4 overs]: It's always challenging and once you start well you always have that good rhythm with the ball. If we execute our plans and bowl it on the good length it will become easy. We have the belief that we are not going to give up till the last ball and that keeps us driving as a team.

Sarfaraz Ahmed | Losing captain: We need to give ourselves more time with the bat, get ourselves in and then look to cash in which didn't happen today. When you concede those many runs in the powerplay it is always difficult for the bowlers to defend the target, we need to be more consistent with the ball. Zahid has been good but the others need to step up and support him. We need to give our best in the last three games and unfortunately we don't have any other option. We have to do well in all three facets to make a strong comeback in this tournament.

Paul Stirling: Really happy that I got a few runs for my team. We have enough time to rest and be back for our next game. I adjusted to the pace on the wicket and it really came good for me. The feeling in the camp has been great.

22:30 local: This is also Islamabad United's first win against Quetta Gladiators since 2018. The chase was set up with a 76-run opening stand in which Hales and Stirling erased nearly half of Quetta's total inside the powerplay. Post that, it was a matter of someone playing a anchor role. Stirling and Nazir shared those duties respectively and thanks to some inconsistent bowling, the total was chased down with three overs to spare. Stirling was the star with the bat as he smacked 17 (4 boundaries) off Dale Steyn's first over during his 33-ball 56. Hang on for the presentations....

ISU: 157-4 after 17 overs

16.6 Mohammad Hasnain to Talat, 1 run, clipped to fine leg and that's it. Islamabad United win by six wickets and will now move to the second spot in the points table

16.6 Mohammad Hasnain to Talat, wide, scores level! Fourth wide of the over. Digs it short and it sails well over the batsman, only to be called a wide for height

16.5 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, 1 run, 140ks skiddy length delivery outside off, Asif Ali drags the pull off the toe-end wide of mid-wicket

16.4 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, no run, length delivery outside off, chopped away to backward point

16.4 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, wide, make that three in a row now!

16.4 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, wide, 147ks CTRL C plus CTRL V of the previous delivery

16.4 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, wide, full and tailing down the leg-side, past Asif Ali's attempted flick

16.3 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, FOUR, short and wide, hit-me delivery outside off, Asif Ali obliges with a slap over backward point. One bounce and over the ropes

16.2 Mohammad Hasnain to Asif Ali, FOUR, 143ks full and wide of off, Asif Ali slices the drive to the left of backward point and third man couldn't cut it off to his right

Hussain Talat, left handed bat, comes to the crease

16.1 Mohammad Hasnain to Shadab Khan, out Caught by Mohammad Nawaz!! Poor batting from Shadab. He has looked to hit every ball on the leg-side and eventually perishes trying one too many slogs. Gets a thick top-edge and it stayed in the air for an eternity, Nawaz - at cover - calls for the catch and takes it with minimum fuss as he completes the reverse cup catch with a tumble. Shadab Khan c Mohammad Nawaz b Mohammad Hasnain 21(17) [4s-2]

Mohammad Hasnain to Shadab Khan, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

Mohammad Hasnain [3.0-0-20-0] is back into the attack

ISU: 143-3 after 16 overs

15.6 Mohammad Nawaz to Asif Ali, SIX, when Asif Ali hits, it stays hit! Such a lovely striker of the cricket ball. Advances, gets closer to the pitch of the delivery and marmalizes it deep into the long-on stands