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Sports

Web Desk
March 15, 2019

PSL 2019: Leading Run Scorers in Pakistan Super League

Sports

Web Desk
Fri, Mar 15, 2019

KARACHI: Shane Watson of Quetta Gladiators is still the highest run-maker in the PSL 2019 as no batsman  could reach his runs tally in the eliminator - 2 played at karachi on Friday night.

Watson scored 423 runs at an average of 47.00 in 11 matches. He is the only batsman so far to reach the 400-run mark in the tournament. He has made three fifties with 91 not out being the highest score.

However, Cameron Delport has succeeded to overcome Colin Ingram to take second place as he has scored 355 runs at an average of 32.27 in 12 matches with one hundred and one fifty whereas Ingram came down to third place with his aggregate of 344 runs (ave 34.40) in 11 matches. He  also hit one century and one half-century.

Imam-ul-Haq of Peshawar Zalmi made an amazing progress to move from ninth to fourth place. He has now scored 338 runs at an average of 30.72 with four fifties in 11 matches.

His opening partner  Kamran Akmal is just two runs behind him with 336 (ave28.00) in 12 matches with three fifties.

Babar Azam of Karachi Kings moved down to sixth place with 335 (ave 30.45).  He struck  three half-centuries in 11 matches.

Liam Livingstone of Karachi Kings is now placed seventh  with 321 runs (ave 32.10) in 11 matches. He hit three fifties.

Luke Ronchi of Islamabad United is on eighth place  with 319 runs  runs (ave 37.12), hitting three fifties in 12 matches.

Fakhar Zaman of Lahore Qalandars is on ninth place with 285 runs at an average of  28.50 with three fifties in 10 matches.

The tenth place goes to Asif Ali of Islamabad United, who has made 281 runs (ave  35.12)  with two half-centuries in 12 matches.

Imam-ul-Haq of Peshawar Zalmi is placed ninth with 280 runs at an average of 28.00 with three fifties in 10 matches.

Umar Akmal of Quetta Gladiators is on eleventh place  with 277 (ave 34.62) in 11 matches. he hit two fifties.

In all, 20 batsmen have so far scored 200 or more runs in the fourth edition of the Pakistan Super League.