Tone-up Sharjeel tops Sindh

South Punjab’s Sohaib Maqsood returned against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Saturday after scoring 101 at the NBP Sports Complex. – PCB

KARACHI: The Sindh Cup emerged as the new leaders when the Pakistan Cup leadership board saw a change for the second time in three days due to Sharjeel Khan’s century, which led to a seven-wicket defeat against Nadran at the SBP Sports Complex on Saturday. Success.

Northern started the ODIs on Thursday before stopping their unbeaten run by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, who beat South Punjab by eight wickets in their fifth round match before losing their place to Sindh. Had taken At the NBP Sports Complex.

Central Punjab continued its recovery after facing its second victory in three days while suffering three losses. His latest victim was Balochistan, who lost by four wickets at the UBL Sports Complex.

Anwar Ali, who took over the reins of the 20-member Pakistan squad for the South Africa series after Sindh captain Saud Shakeel’s call-up on Friday, confirmed his decision to take the field. The team was bowled out for 186 runs. 66) and Sohail Tanveer (49) are the main scorers.

Mir Hamza and all-rounder Danish Aizaz took three wickets before Sharjeel shared a 160-run first-wicket stand with Khurram Manzoor (52) for 108 off 74 balls (13 fours and five sixes). Sindh lost two more wickets at the start of the 29th over.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa scored 319-9 with the help of Captain Khalid Usman’s career-best unbeaten 91 (74 balls, six sixes and five fours). Khalid added 119 runs for the seventh wicket with young Muhammad Haris (68).

But South Punjab got their second win with Mukhtar Ahmed (108 off 109 balls, 11 fours and three sixes), Sohaib Maqsood (101 off 58 fours and 11 sixes) and captain Hussain Talat (100 not out off a 64-ball). Sixes and five fours) took them home.

Balochistan were in a quagmire at 101-8 in 26 overs but Kashif Bhatti (59) and Jalat Khan (55) added 104 for the ninth wicket and scored 213 runs.

Thanks to Qasim Akram’s unbeaten 60, Central Punjab were bowled out for 214-6 in 46 overs before league spinner Usman Qadir returned 4-41 in 10 overs.

Results on Saturday:

Fifth round:

SBP Sports Complex, Karachi: Sindh defeated North by seven wickets.

44.2 overs in Norton 186 (Asif Ali 66, Sohail Tanveer 49, Hamad Azam 22 Danish Danish Aziz 3-23, Mir Hamza 3-36) 28.1 overs in Sindh 187-3 (Sharjeel Khan 108, Khurram Manzoor 52; Hamad Azam 2-21).

UBL Sports Complex, Karachi: South Punjab defeated Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by eight wickets.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa won 316-9 in 50 overs (Khalid Usman 91, Na Adil Amin 34, Israrullah 32, Iftikhar Ahmed 32, Fakhr Zaman 30; Ali Shafiq 3-46, Mohammad Imran 2-82). South Punjab 319-22 in 40.3 overs (Mukhtar Ahmed 108 not out, Sohaib Maqsood 101, Hussain Talat 100 not out).

NBP Sports Complex, Karachi: Central Punjab defeated Balochistan by four wickets.

Bolistan 213 in 21 overs (Kashif Bhatti 59, Jalat Khan 55, Owais Zia 25, Abdul Waheed Bangalzai 20 Usman Qadir 4-41, Kamran Afzal 2-3-5, Ahmed Bashir 2-66) Central Punjab 214-6 in 46 overs (Qasim Akram 60 not out, Tayyab Tahir 47, Rizwan Hussain 31, Saad Naseem 26, Junaid Ali 21 Raza Raza Al Hasan 4-36, Jalat Khan 2-42).

Monday’s Fixtures (All matches will start at 9:30 am PST): North vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (SBP Sports Complex, Karachi) ؛ Sindh vs Balochistan (UBL Sports Complex, Karachi) South Punjab vs Central Punjab (NBP Sports Complex, Karachi).

Updated: January 17, 2021 — 5:44 pm

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