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December 27, 2013
Fakhar Zaman scored 88 to lay the platform for Karachi Zebras to beat Sialkot Stallions by 24 runs at the National Stadium. Zaman struck nine fours and three sixes in his 97-ball knock, which propelled Karachi Zebras to 261 for 9 in their 45 overs.
Sialkot Stallions were doing reasonably well in their chase, with an opening stand of 74 between Salman Ali and Israr Ali and a 68-ball 93 from captain Mansoor Amjad taking them to 222 for 5. But their last five wickets only added 15, as the team collapsed to 237 all out with 16 balls remaining. Debutant Mohammad Ali was Karachi Zebras' most successful bowler, picking up three wickets.
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