14 | 12 Runs | QG: 120/1 | RR: 8.57

  • Umar Amin13 (7b)
  • Asad Shafiq38 (36b)
  • Sunil Narine4-0-40-1
  • Yasir Shah4-0-38-0

That's that from all of us. Hope to see you tomorrow. Until then, it's goodbye from the commentary desk. Cheers and have a good night.

Mohammad Nawaz is the Player of the Match for his outstanding spell of 4-1-4-2. "Brendon McCullum was batting well, so when I came onto bowl, my only aim was to not give him any room," he says. "Line and length was important, had to be accurate. After we picked two wickets, I was aggressive, I wasn't afraid to flight the ball and there was some turn on offer. I aimed to be the best bowler and win matches for my team this season."

Brendon McCullum: We were well in front but passed up another opportunity. Have to look hard at ourselves. I was disappointed with the energy on the field, not acceptable when you're representing a proud place like Lahore. There's no shame in losing but we have to give our 100 percent every time. There's still a long way to go though.

Sarfraz Ahmed: The start was poor but the way we came back was incredible. It's hard to bowl spin against the kind of batsmen they have, but I have a good understanding with KP. He helped as well, the way Nawaz came back here was superb, no praise is enough for him. The intent Watson showed was superb, as a team we got a lot of confidence out of this game."

Asad Shafiq: No praise is enough for our bowlers because they set up the game, then Watson was sensational. Archer is a good fast bowler, his slower variations are good and he's an excellent choice. Hope we benefit from his presence in the team. These conditions aren't the easiest for bowlers, but they set it up for us. We had time, and the way Watson approached the chase was outstanding. Credit to the management and Sarfraz.

Quite a hiding that for Lahore Qalandars for the second time in two nights. Lots of soul-searching to do. Quetta have made a small chase look ridiculously easy. Sometimes, such chases can be tricky but they came out with just one agenda: look to score quickly, attack the bowling and look to elevate their net-run-rate. In the end, they've literally sauntered home. Asad Shafiq, who you normally don't associate with big hitting in T20s, has done his credentials and confidence no harm by remaining unbeaten. Watson, who had a poor outing with the bat yesterday, has more than made up with a scintillating half-century.

Narine to Umar Amin, FOUR runs, belted down the ground to finish the game. What a stunning strike. This is Quetta's largest win in terms of wickets.
Narine to Umar Amin, no run, big turn, plays outside the line to get an inside edge that rolls back towards the pad
Narine to Umar Amin, FOUR runs, right to the pitch of the ball as he blisters this through the cover boundary. Picked the bones out of that
Narine to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, gets outside the line of the stumps and turns this straighter one towards square leg
Narine to Asad Shafiq, 2 runs, hint of width and he steers this past short third man, excellent running
Narine to Umar Amin, 1 run, turns this gently into the leg side for a quick single

13 | 13 Runs | QG: 108/1 (12 runs required from 42 balls, RR: 8.30, RRR: 1.71)

  • Asad Shafiq35 (34b)
  • Umar Amin4 (3b)
  • Yasir Shah4-0-38-0
  • Sunil Narine3-0-28-1
Yasir Shah to Asad Shafiq, no run, rocks back to cut but this slides back in to hit the top part of the bat, straight to the fielder
Yasir Shah to Asad Shafiq, SIX runs, clobbered across the line and against the turn, clears long-on very easily
Yasir Shah to Asad Shafiq, no run, square turn, but he's right behind the line in defence
Yasir Shah to Asad Shafiq, SIX runs, this is clean hitting out of the top drawer. Down on one knee as he opens up the leg side and sweeps over the backward square leg boundary
Yasir Shah to Asad Shafiq, no run, this is a slider that he cuts to point, there's a mix-up, the striker is halfway down the pitch when he is sent back, but Shaheen Afridi didn't stop the ball cleanly

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