NZ v SL, 2nd ODI, Christchurch
Martin Guptill flayed Sri Lanka's attack to strike the fastest ODI fifty by a New Zealand player
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Ahmed Shehzad guided Quetta Gladiators to PSL victory with a superb unbeaten 58 in Karachi.
The entire contingent sprint onto the ground to envelop Rossouw and Shehzad in bear hugs after Quetta win their first ever PSL trophy
Kamran Akmal unleashed a no-nonsense 74 off 43 balls to get Peshawar off to a flying start in their Eliminator 2 match against Islamabad.
Dashing in from deep Aamer Yamin managed to take a superb diving catch for the wicket of Islamabad's Faheem Ashraf
Muhammad Musa stalled Karachi's breezy start with a sizzling three-for
Shane Watson led from the front for Quetta smashing a dynamic 71 off 43 balls to set the base for a 10-run win over Peshawar.
Colin Munro had Kamran Akmal hole out for 86 at cover after his century stand with Imam-ul-Haq