Throughout the history of the highly celebrated Pakistan Super League (PSL), fans have witnessed franchises engaging in gripping contests to thrill them. Lahore Qalandars and Quetta Gladiators have been a part of fantastic matches and one episode of this iconic rivalry was on display in the last season of the 20-over competition of Pakistan, which was recently remembered and celebrated by the defending champions on their Twitter handle.
It was a game in Sharjah where Lahore managed to get a below par total of 143 runs which was gunned down, thanks to skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed’s last-ball six against David Wiese. Fighting valiantly, Lahore kept Quetta under check to take the game into the final over where Quetta needed 7 of the 6 balls.
Wiese bowled well during the first 5 balls and Quetta needed 2 of the last ball. Wiese tried his best to bowl a yorker, but it turned into a full toss and the Karachi born had no plans to spill this chance as he smashed it over mid-wicket and managed to clear Fakhar Zaman. This gave Quetta one of their most remarkable victories in the darling T20 event of the country.