Highest Runs Scorers | PSL 2019
Eleven batmen have crossed the 200 runs mark in Pakistan Super League 2019.
The Quetta Gladiators’ player Shane Watson is highest runs scorer in fourth edition of PSL. The South African has scored 332 runs in nine matches at the average of 47.42. Watson made three fifties and only batsman to reach 300 runs mark.
Islamabad United’s wicketkeeper batsman is the second highest score maker. Luke Ronchi made 297 runs with three fifties at an average of 37.12. He is just three runs behind to three hundred runs mark.
The third highest run scorer is Karachi Kings’ player Liam Livingstone. He has scored 280 runs with three fifties in eight matches. The highest runs he scored are 82.
The Multan Sultans’ Skipper scored 266 runs at an average of 44.33. Shoaib Malik has made two half centuries and his highest score is 53.
The Quetta Gladiators player Rilee Rossouw has fifth position. He made 235 runs at an average of 35.57. Rossouw has scored so far only one fifty.
Then comes another Gladiators player who made 228 runs with two half centuries. Umar Akmal scored with the average 38.00. His highest score is unbeatable 75.
Karachi Kings player has grabbed seven place and scored the only century of the tournament. Colin Ingram have so far scored 226 runs at the average of 32.28 including unbeatable 127.
ICC ranked Babar Azam the best batsman in T-twenty format in the world. He hasn’t impressed in the fourth edition of PSL. Babar made 224 runs including two fifties at the average of 28.00.
Highest Wicket Takers | PSL 2019
Nine Bowlers have claimed ten wickets in Pakistan Super League 2019.
Peshawar Zalmi bowler Hasan Ali have claimed the highest numbers of wickets in the tournament. Medium fast bowler has captured 18 wickets in nine matches at average of 12.72. Hasan Ali took four wickets in an inning in three matches. The best bowling which he performed twice was four for fifteen.
Sohail Tanvir bagged up 14 wickets in nine matches at average of 15.64. The best bowling performance by Left-arm pacer is only four wicket haul that is 4/21.
Islamabad United’s bowler snared 13 wickets at an average of 18.07 in nine matches. Medium pacer’s best figures are is only four wicket haul.
Haris Rauf & Wahab Riaz
Medium fast bowler Haris Rauf and left arm fast bowler Wahab Riaz picked eleven wickets each. They have the average of 18.00 and 22.63 respectively.
The leg spinner from Nepal played for Lahore Qalandars. Sandeep Lamichhane took ten wickets with best bowling figures are 4/10. His figures are best by any bowler in the tournament.
Rahat Ali, Umer & Nawaz
Three more bowler get has taken ten wickets each in the tournament.
7th Place captured by Lahore Qalandars left arm pacer Rahat Ali in Six matches at average of 14.90.
8th Place secured by Karachi Kings left arm spinner Umer Khan in eight matches at average of 15.50.
9th Place captured by Quetta Gladiators left arm spinner Mohammad Nawaz at an average of 25.90.
Amir & Fawad
Left arm fast bowler Mohammad Amir and leg spinner Fawad Ahmed of Quetta Gladiators took nine wickets each. Both bowled at an average of 22.00 and 26.22 in seven and nine matches respectively.