Rest day in PSL today, what happened in the league so far?

In the ongoing ninth edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL), today i.e. Friday is a day of rest, so no match will be played and all teams will rest.

All the six teams participating in the PSL 9 are going on with the thorn competition which is being enjoyed by the cricket fans.

16 matches have been played in the Pakistan Super League, after which the tournament is becoming more exciting.

Quetta Gladiators defeated Karachi Kings by 5 wickets after a nerve-wracking match at the National Cricket Stadium in Karachi on Thursday.

After this match, an interesting situation is also seen on the points table.

Points Table of PSL 9

If we look at the points table of PSL 9, so far Multan Sultans are in the first place with 10 points after playing six matches.

Similarly, the second number belongs to Quetta Gladiators who have played five matches so far and got 8 points.

The third place on the points table is Peshawar Zalmi who are present with 6 points after playing five matches.

Islamabad United are fourth with 4 points after five matches but with a better run rate.

Similarly, the team of Karachi Kings is in the fifth position after getting 4 points after five matches.

The last number on the points table belongs to the defending champion team Lahore Qalandars who have not won a single match in the event so far.

Multan Sultans’ Muhammad Ali has dismissed 13 players in six matches so far (Photo: AFP)
Lahore Qalandars have played six matches in PSL 9 so far, losing all the matches.

If we look at the statistics of PSL 9, Peshawar Zalmi captain Babar Azam is in first place in the list of batsmen who have scored the most runs so far.

Babar Azam has scored 330 runs in five matches at an average of 82.50.

Similarly, the second number in this list is Lahore Qalandar’s batsman Rasi Fendar Dyson who has scored 300 runs with an average of 75 in six matches.

At the third position is Multan Sultans’ Reeza Hendricks who has scored 286 runs at an average of 57 in six matches so far.

Similarly, Mohammad Ali of Multan Sultans is in first place in the list of bowlers who have taken the most wickets in PSL 9 so far.

Lahore Qalandars have played six matches in PSL 9 so far in which they have lost all the matches (Photo: AFP)
Muhammad Ali has dismissed 13 players in six matches so far.

The second number in this list belongs to Osama Mir of Multan Sultans who has dismissed 13 players in six matches.

The third place in the list of bowlers who have taken the most wickets is Abrar Ahmed of Quetta Gladiators who has taken 10 wickets in five matches.

On the other hand, the second phase of the Pakistan Super League started on February 28 in Karachi and Rawalpindi.

Earlier, 14 matches were played in Multan and Lahore in the first phase.

In the second phase of PSL, a total of 9 matches will be played in Rawalpindi, while the National Stadium in Karachi will host another 10 matches, including the play-off phase and the final match.

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