Final Four Decided: Pakistan Cup Semi-Finalists Revealed

Final Four Decided: Pakistan Cup Semi-Finalists Revealed
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The Pakistan Cup semi-finalists have been determined, with Peshawar securing the top spot despite a recent loss to FATA, while Karachi Whites, Multan, and FATA also advance.


Rawalpindi, despite tying with FATA on points, missed out due to a lower Net Run Rate (NRR).

The semi-finals will see Peshawar facing off against FATA on November 16, followed by Karachi Whites taking on Multan on November 17. The final showdown is scheduled for November 19 at Pindi Cricket Stadium.

In recent matches, Faisalabad notched a total of 293-8 against Lahore Whites, with Mohammad Faizan and Muhammad Irfan Khan shining with their scores.

Multan chased down Rawalpindi’s target, thanks to Sharjeel Khan’s century, securing a three-wicket victory.

FATA‘s decision to bowl first against Peshawar paid off as they restricted them to 112, eventually chasing it down with ease.

Karachi Whites triumphed over Lahore Blues, with Shan Masood leading the charge with a fiery knock of 99.

These results have set the stage for an exciting semi-final lineup in the Pakistan Cup.

Certainly, here are the match summaries:

1. Faisalabad secured a commanding victory over Lahore Whites by 102 runs. Faisalabad posted a strong total of 293-8 in 45 overs, with Mohammad Faizan and Muhammad Irfan Khan both contributing 70 runs each. Lahore Whites struggled in their chase and were all out for 191 in 43.4 overs. Khurram Shahzad took four crucial wickets for Faisalabad.

2. Multan clinched a thrilling win against Rawalpindi by three wickets. Rawalpindi set a target of 242-9 in 45 overs, with Haider Ali’s unbeaten 78 being the standout performance. However, Multan chased it down in 43.2 overs, propelled by Sharjeel Khan’s brilliant century of 106 runs.

3. FATA emerged victorious over Peshawar with a comprehensive eight-wicket win. Peshawar struggled, managing only 112 runs all out in 33 overs. Usman Khan Shinwari’s exceptional bowling with five wickets limited Peshawar’s innings. FATA comfortably chased the target in 25.3 overs, led by Samiullah Jnr’s 64 runs.

4. Karachi Whites secured a six-wicket win over Lahore Blues. Lahore Blues set a total of 197-9 in 40 overs, with Hussain Talat scoring 51 runs. However, Shan Masood’s explosive knock of 99 guided Karachi Whites to victory, reaching 201-4 in 28.4 overs.



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