Relive PSL2’s greatest moments

Tournament has entered play-off stage with only four matches remaining including epic final in Lahore

Abdul Majid February 27, 2017
The packed stadiums were a sight in themselves during the group matches. PHOTO COURTESY: PSL

Pakistan Super League (PSL) has now entered the play-off stage after Lahore Qalandars were struck out of the competition.

Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators will now take each other on in the first play-off and the winner will be granted direct qualification in the final. Meanwhile, the second play-off will be played between Karachi Kings and Islamabad United.

However, the road to the final will not end for the first play-off losers as they will take on the winner of the second play-off in the third play-off to ascertain their place in the final.

While players and fans take a day’s break, here are some of the most amazing moments from the group matches. Enjoy the ride!

Epic celebrations

Pollard’s push-ups

Grant Elliot’s bat-drop

No-celebration Rumman Raees

Sammy claims this Pakistani cricketer is even harder to control than Afridi

Darren Sammy’s selfie moments


Best catches

Keiron Pollard

Once again Pollard

Eoin Morgan

Mohammad Asghar

Aamer Yamin

Hassaan Khan

Sanga on song

Top 5 moments from the PSL opening ceremony

Chris Gayle takes one to his chest

Last-ball thrillers

Pollard’s six for Karachi

Islamabad beat Quetta by one run

Shoaib Malik gets his half-ton on last ball

Lala’s magic

Karachi edge Peshawar despite Afridi’s heroics

Wahab-Watson duel in PSL2

Wahab Riaz scored 21 off Shane Watson’s over courtesy this!

Entertainment, entertainment, entertainment!

Another 200-plus chase by Quetta against Lahore courtesy Kevin Pietersen

PSL2 begins with majestic opening ceremony in Dubai

Danny Morrison dances with cheer leader

Yasir Shah pulls Wahab Riaz for a biggie

Danny Morrison walks into the crowd

Dil Dil Pakistan!

This man’s never-ending optimism

The cute Quetta mascot

Long live Pakistan!

The crowd <3


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