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Haris Rauf showed PSL 8 winning trophy at Wagha Border

Haris Rauf showed PSL 8 winning trophy at Wagha Border

Haris Rauf showed PSL 8 winning trophy at Wagha Border

Haris Rauf showed PSL 8 winning trophy at Wagha Border

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  • Haris Rauf displayed the PSL trophy at Wagha Border.
  • He was joined by Pakistan’s javelin thrower Arshad Nadeem.
  • Abid Ali, and PSL8 sensation Tahir Baig.
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Haris Rauf of Lahore Qalandars displayed the Pakistan Super League (PSL) eight-winning trophy at Wagha Border.

On Thursday, Qalandars’ management transported the PSL 8 trophy to the Pakistan-India border in Lahore.

Haris was joined on the trophy tour by Pakistan’s javelin thrower Arshad Nadeem, Test cricketer Abid Ali, and PSL8 sensation Tahir Baig.

Haris lifted the prize and posed for photos at the Wagha Border. On social media, Qalandars posted a video of this moment.

It is worth noting that Qalandars became the first team in PSL history to defend their title this year. For the second year in a row, they defeated Multan Sultans in the PSL final.

After a thrilling final match, Qalandars overcame Sultans.Sultans came close to achieving their 201-run target, but fell short by one run.

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After removing opener Usman Khan in the fourth over of the innings, David Wiese provided the breakthrough during the run-chase. In 12 pitches, the right-hander scored 18 runs.

Despite the early defeat, Multan kept up with the required run-rate because to an outstanding 64-run combination between Rilee Rossouw and Mohammad Rizwan.

Rashid Khan, on the other hand, cleaned up Rossouw just as the batter threatened to take the game away from Qalandars. In 32 balls, the South African scored 52 runs.

Rashid struck again in his final over, killing Rizwan, 34 off 23, while attempting to clear the long-on boundary. To execute the catch, David Wiese needed to catch the ball, keep his balance, and then flick the ball back in the air as he stepped over the rope before reestablishing himself inside the boundary.

Shaheen, who gave up 34 runs in his first two overs, returned in his second session to dismiss the dangerous Kieron Pollard. In 16 balls, the Windies all-rounder scored 19 runs.

Shaheen also took three wickets in his penultimate over, putting Lahore in a good position to win the game.

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Haris Rauf, on the other hand, surrendered 22 runs in the penultimate over to assure an exciting finish to the contest.

But Zaman Khan held his nerve to get his team across the line in the match’s final over.

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