In the final in Abu Dhabi, Multan scored a huge 206 runs. Riley Rosu’s 50 off 20 balls and Sohaib Maqsood’s unbeaten 65 off 35 balls contributed.
Batting first, Multan Sultanas lost four wickets in 20 overs and scored 206 runs. In reply, Peshawar Jalmi lost 9 wickets in 20 overs and made 159 runs.
Peshawar’s Shoaib Malik’s 48 off 38 balls was not enough for the biggest run chase of the Pakistan Super League final.
Peshawar’s Haider Ali and Umaid Asif, who came on the field without, were suspended after violating the Corona Protocol Secure Bio-Bubble.
The PSL was postponed in March due to the growing incidence of covid in Pakistan, but resumed on June 9 in Abu Dhabi, where players are still banned.
Haider has also been left out of Pakistan’s squad for the tour of England in July and has been replaced by Maqsood.