slower delivery again, grips and spins away, he looks to turn it to the leg side, the ball takes the edge and rolls to the off side. That's all they need to complete the run and a clinical seven-wicket win
11.20pm Peshawar Zalmi are up and away after a loss last night. Eoin Morgan with his highest T20 score to steer a potentially tricky chase. There was a feeling that Karachi Kings were 20 short, and that's been proved right. Controlled the flow of the innings throughout, did Morgan. It allowed Haris Sohail, playing just his second game since September 2015, the luxury of playing himself in. Karachi Kings recovered well, courtesy Bopara, Pollard and Malik, after wobbling at 12 for 4, but just couldn't sustain momentum after picking two early wickets. Early days in the competition, and they shouldn't be too concerned just yet.
No prizes for guessing who the Player of the Match is. Eoin Morgan
Bilal: "Morgan proving that he's worth every penny spent on him. And he's also earned us a treat from our dear friend Muneer."
Ahmed did all the hardwork in running backwards from cover, but just couldn't hold on. Morgan deceived by the slower one, and ended up slicing it towards the off side. Scores level
angles a short of length delivery down to third man
flicked behind square! What timing, the placement even better. He knows his angles really well. Fetched this from outside but once again exhibits the power of his wrists to place the ball where he did
deceived by the change in pace. Amir rolls his fingers over the delivery, the ball grips and bounces more than he expected, Morgan is beaten as he tries to ease it wide of cover
full and angling into middle and leg, tucked away towards the man coming in from deep midwicket
a direct hit at the bowler's end would have made things interesting. Sohail was looking to hoick this but was cramped for room and turned it to the leg side somehow
gets forward and defends back down to the bowler
Toma-WOC: "Shashank: do you mind reporting that Eoin, an Irish name, pronounces as "own" and doesn't rhyme with "coin"? So many commentators around the world getting it wrong."
sharp bouncer on middle from wide of the crease, Sohail ducks under that
Amir is back
pulled into the gap at deep square leg. Didn't time it all that well but it was into the gap, most importantly
slower delivery angled across, Morgan was three steps outside his crease as he tried to meet the pull but missed it. On the second bounce to the keeper
play and a miss. Too full for him to play a big booming drive, had already passed him when the bat came down
worked across the line to deep midwicket
gets forward and defends the length ball to the off side
big appeal for lbw but looks like the ball may have pitched outside leg? He tried to work it across the line too. Replays say it pitched on and would have hit top of off.
Sohail back into the attack
right out of the screws. Gets down on one knee and slog sweeps this over deep midwicket. Nailed it. Sensational
full on off, defended back to the bowler
sees the batsman giving him the charge and fires this full and wide. Morgan was outside the crease but recovered quickly to make his ground even as Sanga tried to flick the ball back onto the stumps
punched to the man running backwards from mid-on
reserve slap, if you can call it. Malik bowls this on middle and leg, how quick must your hands be to use those wrists to change grip and flick this behind square? Sensational