Rawalpindi: Northern beat Southern Punjab by 5 runs due to good final over by captain Emad Wasim and quick bowling by quick bowler Haris Rauf.
In the low scoring match performed at Pindi Cricket Stadium Rawalpindi, Southern Punjab managed to attain solely 140 runs for the lack of eight wickets in pursuit of 146 runs.
Southern Punjab wanted 15 runs within the final over to win, however captain Emad Wasim bowled brilliantly and never solely gave 10 runs but in addition took 1 wicket.
Meanwhile, 26-year-old quick bowler Harris Rauf led 4 gamers to the pavilion for 23 runs. He is the second greatest bowler within the occasion, taking 14 wickets in six matches thus far.
At primary on this listing is Shaheen Afridi who has taken 14 wickets in 5 matches. Southern Punjab's Aamir Yameen made the match attention-grabbing within the 18th over of the innings by hitting Haris Rauf with three fours off three consecutive balls however he failed to guide his staff to victory. He remained unbeaten on 33 off 19 balls. Khushdal Shah scored 26 and Zeeshan Ashraf 25 runs.
Earlier, Southern Punjab captain Shaun Masood determined to discipline first after successful the toss. And one after the other they received out and stored returning to the pavilion. Sohail Akhtar scored 35 and Asif Ali 28 runs. Northern scored 145 for 7 within the allotted 20 overs. Muhammad Ilyas and Hussain Talat took 2.2 wickets.
Southern Punjab fined for gradual over price
Southern Punjab fined for gradual over price within the match in opposition to Northern performed at Kopandi Cricket Stadium Rawalpindi on Sunday throughout the National T20 Cup. Has been fined.
During the match, Southern Punjab lowered one over from the allotted time, so below Section 2.22 of the PCB Code of Conduct for Players and Sports Staff, Southern Punjab has been fined Rs. 15,000.
On discipline umpires Imran Javed and Shozaib Raza, third umpire Imtiaz Iqbal and fourth umpire Asif Yaqub charged Southern Punjab at gradual over price.
Match referee Muhammad Anis fined Southern Punjab for confessing on behalf of Southern Punjab captain Shaun Masood.