LAHORE: Sultans Multan vs Lahore Qalandars HBL PSL 2022 final on Sunday at Gaddafi Stadium The Gaddafi Stadium home to Pakistan cricket will provide the perfect setting for this season’s PSL final on Sunday when defending champions Sultans Multan vs Lahore Qalandars.
The stadium that many consider being the home of Pakistani cricket, the iconic Gaddafi Stadium – will provide the perfect setting for the HBL PSL 2018 finale tomorrow, Sunday. Keeping in mind that when it comes down to the defending champion Multan Sultans taking on Shaheen Shah Afridi’s Lahore Qalandars.
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Sultans Multan vs Lahore Qalandars It might not come as a surprise if you were informed that both teams are meeting in this showdown at each other’s home turf since both teams have been fighting hard with every game and will be eager to take home what is likely to be regarded as one of the biggest prizes in Pakistan Cricket history; for now! The first ball of this match will be bowled at 7:30 PM.
Sultans Multan vs Lahore Qalandars
Sultans Multan vs Lahore Qalandars With fans all around the world anxiously awaiting the action, a sellout crowd will be there to see if Rizwan-captained defending champions Multan Sultans can defy the odds and claim their second consecutive HBL PSL title. With Mohammad Shaheen as captain, this season’s runner-up, Lahore Qalandars move into the finals with plenty of momentum after upsetting some of the league’s strongest titans on their way to this point.
The iconic and historic, Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore will provide the perfect setting to host the HBL PSL 2022 final tomorrow on Sunday with Mohammad Rizwan – captaining defending champions Multan Sultans, taking on Shaheen Shah Afridi of Lahore Qalandars.
Sultans Multan vs Lahore Qalandars The home of Pakistan cricket, the HBL PSL Cricket, provided the perfect setting for the final episode of this year’s HBL PSL to be played on Sunday. Mohammed Rizwan captained defending champions Multan Sultans who took on Shaheen Shah Afridi’s Lahore Qalandars. The match began at 7:30 PM and ended with a victory for the Sultans ending their season in style after appearing in all 4 Grand Finals.