A dominant score of 206 might give you the feeling that Peshawar Zalmi rode roughshod, but Islamabad in fact pulled it back rather well with a flurry of wickets at the death. Peshawar had been spurred by a stunning 32-ball 70 from Mohammad Haris, who found his groove and kept smoking them all through his innings. Yasir Khan gave him good company while Shoaib Malik carried on, but Faheem Ashraf and Waqas Maqsood made sure the total didn’t go into the 220s. So, 207 is what the United need, which is going to be a tough ask.
WHAT A START it was for Peshawar Zalmi’s opener Mohammad Haris! 💥
The 20-year-old hit 29 off 9 balls 👏 pic.twitter.com/TYvwTFnBUE
— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) February 17, 2022