Sohail Khan was declared man of the match for his all-round performance.
Khurram Manzoor smashed 168 off 116 balls to chase their target of 296 to help Punjab beat Sindh by six wickets and 11.4 overs to spare
Ali Imran was declared player of the match for his 85-ball 77 and a wicket of Ahmed Shehzad
Khushdil Shah, coming in at No 6, struck a magnificent hundred off just 65 balls
Iftikhar Ahmed scored his second consecutive hundred of the tournament, including six fours and as many maximums.
Hammad Azam scored 78 off just 35 balls and picked up four wickets to set-up a win for his side.
The left-handed batsman alongside Adnan Akmal smashed a record 229-run partnership for the sixth wicket to clinch an unlikely win
Amad Butt ended up with three wickets while Mohammad Irfan nabbed two.
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