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SHARJAH: Luke Ronchi and Alex Hales powered Multan Sultans to post a 186-run target against Islamabad United on Tuesday. Maintaining his fiery form, Ronchi cemented solid basis for the United to reach a high-scoring total as he scored his third half-century in the tournament. The Kiwi batsman was well assisted by Alex Hales and middle-order batsmen, Asif Ali and Hussain Talat. Umar Gul took two and Imran Tahir took one wicket for United. Second Innings Spinner Samit Patel gave an ideal start to United as he bowled a double-wicket over by striking down Kumar Sangakkara and Saif Badar. All-rounder Faheem Ashraf and Amad Butt ended innings of Ahmed Shehzad and Sohaib Maqsood respectively, while Shadab Khan dismissed Sultans' skipper Malik. First Innings Multan Sultans won the toss and elected to field in their match against Islamabad United tonight. A direct hit by Shoaib Malik ended opener United's opener JP Duminy's (6) time on the crease. The early setback was diluted by Luke Ronchi as he played a knock of 58 runs off 36 balls, including six boundaries and three sixes on the strike rate of 161.11. The Kiwi batsman was dismissed by legspinner Imran Tahir as he tried to slog sweep. Alex Hales gave an easy catch to Sohaib Maqsood at the cover area when the team score was on 126. geo_embedgallery United's emerging top-order batsman Hussain Talat (36) returned to the pavilion as Kieron Pollard took his catch. A blitz of four boundaries and one six came to an end. Skipper Malik confirmed that his team has made two changes in their squad as Junaid Khan and Hardus Viljoen were rested; Ross Whiteley and Umar Gul are in. Meanwhile, United has also made two changes as Alex Hales and Imad Butt came in for the respective places of Steven Finn and Zafar Gohar Islamabad XI: AD Hales, L Ronchi, JP Duminy, Hussain Talat, Asif Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Misbah-ul-Haq, SR Patel, Shadab Khan, Amad Butt, Mohammad Sami. Multan XI: KC Sangakkara, Ahmed Shehzad, Sohaib Maqsood, Shoaib Malik, KA Pollard, Saif Badar, RA Whiteley, Sohail Tanvir, Imran Tahir, Mohammad Irfan, Umar Gul. Islamabad are in red-hot form, with five wins in seven matches so far. Their victory streak began from a dramatic win against Lahore Qalandars in Super Over thriller, after which the Reds defeated Karachi Kings, Lahore (again) and Peshawar Zalmi to secure 10 points and joint-top position with Quetta Gladiators on the points table. Misbah's side has been further boosted by the inclusion of England batsmen Alex Hales and Sam Billings, who joined the squad in UAE following the end of the series in New Zealand. Multan, however, look shaky at fourth spot. After a flying start to their PSL campaign, the team has been languishing and needs to win tonight to consolidate their place in the top four.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsOver the years, the Indian Premier League (IPL) has served as a great platform for the young domestic cricketers to break into the big league. Several budding talents who have not played limited-overs cricket for India have also caught the eye of the people during the ongoing tenth edition of the tournament. Some have been consistent throughout, while others have produced moments of brilliance. Some are new names, while others have proved their mettle in the IPL for a few seasons now. But, no one amongst them has been as impactful as young Washington Sundar was last night at the Wankhede stadium. After representing India at the Under-19 World Cup in 2016, Sundar was roped in by Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) as a replacement for injured Ravichandran Ashwin this season. The young off-spinner had played just nine games for Pune, taking a mere six wickets in what looked like an ordinary performance before the play-off stage. © Twitter/IPL But, during the crucial match between Pune and Mumbai Indians (MI) in Qualifier 1, Sundar didn't just make a mark, but literally emerged as one of the biggest contributors to his team's ascension to the final. On a stage where even the most seasoned campaigners in the sport succumb to the pressure, the 17-year-old showed great temperament in arguably the biggest night of his budding cricket career. At the forefront of another sublime bowling performance, Sundar bowled tidy and accurate lines with his offspin to finish the game with impressive figures of 3-16 - making him the youngest Man of the Match award winner in IPL history. Thanks to his brilliant performance with the ball, Pune romped to a 20-run win over the hosts to enter the tournament's final. Washington Sundar is a top order batsman. Making the side for his off-spin. Lesson? Always good to know a second language!! — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) May 16, 2017 Sharing the new ball with Jaydev Unadkat, the Tamil Nadu cricketer bowled the second over and conceded nine runs including a six by Parthiv Patel. Chasing a below-par total of 162 runs, Mumbai were comfortably placed at 41/1 when Sundar was brought back into the attack by Steve Smith. © Twitter/IPL And, the Pune offie turned the game on its head by dismissing Rohit Sharma and Ambati Rayudu in the same over. Bowling the sixth over, Sundar trapped Rohit in front of the stumps - even though the Mumbai captain didn't look too pleased and seemed to indicate that there was an inside edge - on the very first ball. Two deliveries later, the Pune spinner struck again, this time, sending in-form Rayudu back in the hunt for a golden duck. Ati Sundar, Washington ! — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) May 16, 2017 The wickets of Rohit and Rayudu were already a big loss for Mumbai, but the Tamil Nadu teenager wasn't done yet. He soon returned to grab the big wicket of Kieron Pollard, the last big gun of the Mumbai batting line-up. It wasn't really a cracker of a delivery, rather the pressure of dot balls created by him earlier led to a faulty shot from Pollard. © Twitter/IPL On a Wankhede pitch that was comparatively slower than the previous games, Sundar bowled a fuller-than-good-length and a straight line meant that the batsmen weren't able to attack either side. His quick speed, combined with that length, cut down Mumbai's run-scoring options as the hosts failed to steer their chase. Washington bowled consistently fast (speed range: 99.0kph-102.9kph) and stump-to-stump. Simple but very effective. #IPL pic.twitter.com/waymes9lAY — Freddie Wilde (@fwildecricket) May 16, 2017 In a game where batting eventually proved to be a real task with the ball gripping the surface, the right-arm spinner stuck to his basics and made full use of the conditions to spin a web around the Mumbai batsmen. For a cricketer who - just like Ashwin - went from being a batsman, as a youngster, to making his name as an off-spinner, Sundar has clearly come a long way with the promise of even bigger and greater things in future. Washington Sundar (17 years, 223 days) is the youngest to take a 3-wkt haul in IPL history, beating Kamran Khan (18y, 44d) #MIvRPS — Bharath Seervi (@SeerviBharath) May 16, 2017 Washington Sundar is just 17, and he's delivering it on a big day in front of Dhoni & Sachin. And here, I'm.. 😳😳 — CSK Gautham 💫 (@gauthaCm) May 16, 2017 Least runs conceded by bowlers having an age less than 20 in an IPL match: 15 Kamran Khan 16 Piyush Chawla, WASHINGTON SUNDAR*#MIvRPS — Umang Pabari (@UPStatsman) May 16, 2017 Well done Washington Sundar!! pic.twitter.com/y0joiqXyUH — Mithun Manhas (@MithunManhas) May 16, 2017 What a lovely spell by this man ! @icc and @BCCI should use his services to popularise the sport in America ! #washingtonsundar — vikram sathaye (@vikramsathaye) May 16, 2017 @bhogleharsha I watched him bat in U19 WC. Super Elegant strokeplay. Something in waters of @TNCACricket ? Vijay,Ashwin,Dinesh and now Washington Sundar. — Karthik (@karthik_t) May 16, 2017