Babar Azam completed the competition, which continued on Saturday after being suspended for a very long time by the pandemic, as the leading run-scorer with 473.
An unbeaten 50 years by Babar Azam moored Karachi Kings to their lady Pakistan Super League title in the wake of beating Lahore Qalandars by five wickets in the last on Tuesday.
Azam’s 63 not out off 49 balls impelled Karachi to 135-5 with eight balls to save.
Lahore misread the moderate pitch and worked to 134-7.
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Azam completed the competition, which continued on Saturday in the wake of being suspended for a very long time by the pandemic, as the leading run-scorer with 473. He checked the contribute the last flawlessly, hitting seven limits.
Azam raised his 50 years with consecutive limits against Pakistan’s chief movement bowler, Shaheen Afridi, and commander Imad Wasim hit the triumphant runs, a boundary through the covers against the left-arm quick bowler in the penultimate over.
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Chadwick Walton, who made 22, joined with Azam for 61 from 50 balls for the third wicket.
Prior, Lahore’s setup pressed with power-hitters stammered against Karachi’s all-Pakistan bowling assault after Umaid Asif was picked in front of South African left-arm quick bowler Wayne Parnell.
Tamim Iqbal (35) and Fakhar Zaman (27) opened with 68 yet burned-through portion of the overs.
Asif eliminated the two openers inside four balls and, when Mohammad Hafeez holed out, Lahore lost three wickets in about two runs.
In the passing overs, Samit Patel and Ben Dunk tumbled to bogus strokes against medium pacer Arshad Iqbal, 2-26. Quick bowler Waqar Maqsood covered a splendid bowling execution by Karachi when he had two wickets in the penultimate over. Lahore let 52 balls go for spots in its first last.