29th Match (D/N), Abu Dhabi, Jun 19 2021, Pakistan Super League
(20 ov, target 177)162/6
Kings won by 14 runs
Player Of The Match
45 (13)
end of over 2017 runs
QG: 162/6CRR: 8.10 
Sarfaraz Ahmed51 (33)
Jack Wildermuth8 (6)
Mohammad Ilyas 4-0-39-3
Mohammad Amir 4-0-21-0

Danish Aziz is the Player of the Match.

8.44 pm Danish Aziz's 33-run over in the 19th of the first innings was the turning point to vault the Karachi Kings into the playoffs. They take the fourth and final spot with this win while Lahore Qalandars playoff dreams turned into a nightmare when Naseem Shah walked off the field before the over began only to see Jack Wildermuth leak six after six.

That's it from me and Varun Shetty. Stay tuned for coverage of the second match of today's PSL doubleheader between Islamabad United and Multan Sultans. I'm Peter Della Penna, take care!

Mohammad Ilyas to Sarfaraz, 2 runs

full and wide, slapped through cover to get a pair and bring up a half-century for Sarfaraz to end the match. But Quetta never were in this chase in truth and they lose by 14 runs.

Sarfaraz on 49, can end this with a memorable not out in the eyes of all the comment feedback crew...

Mohammad Ilyas to Sarfaraz, FOUR runs

slower ball lands short on fifth stump, Sarfaraz shuffles well outside off again to pull this over square leg for another four.

Mohammad Ilyas to Sarfaraz, FOUR runs

short on the stumps, shuffles across and pulls this wide of short fine leg to the rope.

Mohammad Ilyas to Sarfaraz, 2 runs

good length ball on fifth stump, Sarfaraz shuffles across to scoop this past fine leg.

Mohammad Ilyas to Sarfaraz, FOUR runs

knee high full toss on off stump, heaved flat over wide long-on, one bounce over the rope.

Mohammad Ilyas to Wildermuth, 1 run

full on off, driven to long-off for one.

end of over 195 runs
QG: 145/6CRR: 7.63 RRR: 32.00
Jack Wildermuth7 (5)
Sarfaraz Ahmed35 (28)
Mohammad Amir 4-0-21-0
Mohammad Ilyas 3-0-22-3

So just a cool 32 needed off the final over. Well... Danish did set the PSL record with 33 in the first innings off Wildermuth so you never know...

Amir to Wildermuth, 1 run

length ball heaved off the stumps to deep midwicket.

Amir to Sarfaraz, 1 run

full and wide, carved to the cover sweeper.

Amir to Sarfaraz, no run

length ball and goes to slap this away but can't connect cleanly.

Amir to Sarfaraz, 2 runs

full on the stumps, driven past the bowler to long-on and cut off for a pair.

Amir to Wildermuth, 1 run

Dropped! Amir fumbles a straightforward skier off his own bowling! Slower ball foxes Wildermuth on a good length to result in a top edged pull. Amir goes for it very casually as it lobbed up gently a few steps in front of the non-striker's stumps. The lack of intensity from both sides in this finish is evident as he spills this clumsily and reacts as though he doesn't seem to be too concerned that it will matter much in the end result.

Amir to Wildermuth, no run

full on the legs, goes to flick this through the leg side and misses. Big lbw shout upheld. Review called for immediately. Wildermuth calls for DRS. If it's not out, it was pitching outside leg stump with Amir coming over the wicket. Otherwise that was smashing middle. Indeed it was pitching comfortably outside leg. Looked to be the case live.