A surprising 47-ball 72 from Danish Aziz helped Sindh snatch victory off the ultimate ball in opposition to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Needing 15 off the ultimate three balls and 5 off the final, Aziz smashed Iftikhar Ahmed for six to seal the unlikeliest of wins to place Sindh on the point of the semi-finals. Aziz had are available in with Sindh tottering at 32 for Four and watched them slip additional to 34 for 7 in a chase of 139, earlier than a 77-run partnership with Anwar Ali, and a shocking last-over onslaught, blindsided KP.
It had been a surprisingly subdued first innings from the normally free-scoring KP, with Fakhar Zaman failing to comply with up his heroics from Monday. Sohail Khan, who was excellent all night, eliminated him within the first over for a duck and solely conceded 12 off his 4 for 2 wickets. KP by no means fairly managed to string collectively a partnership and at one stage regarded as if they may wrestle to cross 100, earlier than an unlikely rearguard from Usman Shinwari, who smashed 36 off 15, took them to 138.
It appeared they might don’t have anything to fret about, with KP’s bowlers swarming throughout Sindh. Shinwari’s figures of 4-0-20-3, mixed with one other stellar outing for Shaheen Afridi, and the wickets of Asad Shafiq and Azam Khan for Imran Khan noticed Sindh’s batting line-up blown away. At 34 for 7, it regarded like a record-breaking defeat was on the playing cards, earlier than an train in salvaging respectability became a partnership that gave Sindh a sniff. With 19 required off the final over, Aziz held his nerve, a straight six off the ultimate ball sealing probably the most exceptional end of the event.