Chris Lynn belted a terrific knock against Multan Sultans to ensure Lahore Qalandars reached the semi-finals of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) for the first time in five seasons. The Australian power-hitter’s coruscating strokeplay blinded the Sultans’ bowlers, who had no answers to his brutal onslaught.
Lynn slammed an undefeated 113 off 55 balls, marking the third instance of a batsman going past the 100-run milestone this season. Lynn’s voluminous sum of runs in the dynamic innings also made the record of the highest individual score by a Qalandars batsman.
He smashed 12 fours and eight maximums in his electrifying stay at the crease. He was first involved in a century stand with Fakhar Zaman for the first wicket before steadily building with skipper Sohail Akhtar to march to the daunting target of 187.