After defeating Peshawar Zalmi in the final, Quetta Gladiators won the Pakistan Super League (PSL) title in 2019. Lahore Qalandars, on the other hand, won the PSL title the previous season. Lahore overcame Multan Sultan by 42 runs to win their first PSL title. Both teams have played thirteen games against each other, with contrasting results. Lahore has seven victories, while Quetta has six. We’ll go through the Quetta Gladiators vs Lahore Qalandars stats.

Lahore Qalandars Vs Quetta Gladiators

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Quetta Gladiators vs Lahore Qalandars Head-to-Head record

So far, the Gladiators and Qalandars have faced off in 13 encounters. In these competitions, Lahore Qalandars outperform Quetta. Both PSL7 clubs have won a total of six games. However, PSL 8 Lahore won the match. However, both teams performed well in all PSL seasons and won the title once.

Matches Won by QG Won by LQ No Result
13 6 7 0

Top Performers of Quetta Gladiators vs Lahore Qalandars 

In previous games between these two teams, Fakhar Zaman has scored the most runs. He has 401 runs, Sarfaraz Ahmed has 301 runs, and Umar Akmal has 176 runs. Mohammad Nawaz has ten wickets, followed by Haris Rauf on seven, and Samit Patel, Sohail Tanvir, and Hasan Khan on six apiece.

Last Meeting of Quetta Gladiators vs Lahore Qalandars 

Lahore Qalandars cruised to an eight-wicket victory over Quetta Gladiators with two top-order runs and a ruthless new-ball bowling performance. It started with Afridi’s characteristic opening over, which resulted in two wickets, including the prized scalp of Jason Roy. The Gladiators had quickly fallen to 25 for 4, with the recovery only putting them to 141. The home side never really faced a threat, as fifty-plus scores from Fakhar Zaman and Kamran Ghulam saw them cruise to victory with 2.3 overs to spare.

Roy gloved the second ball of the game to Phil Salt behind the stumps, and the Gladiators looked like the sluggish, unimpressive side that had only one win in four games without him. James Vince, another Englishman, was cleaned up with a pearler, darting between bat and pad to clean up the stumps. Soon after, the Gladiators’ penchant for errant running cost them dearly, with the previous day’s Player of the Match Sarfaraz Ahmed being run out cheaply off a direct hit. Rashid Khan, who bowled a brilliant spell of only 13 runs in four overs, bowled Ahsan Ali with a googly in his first over, sending the Gladiators reeling.

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The recovery began with another cameo from Umar Akmal, followed by a 51-run stand between Iftikhar Ahmed and Hassan Khan. Iftikhar hit a 39-ball 52 to guarantee the Gladiators had something to bowl at, but they needed to bat through the innings to give them a realistic total. The innings ended when he holed out in the 18th over.

Lahore Qalandars Vs Quetta Gladiators

In the second inning, there was minimal danger. The Qalandars didn’t go all out on the powerplay because they didn’t have to. Ghulam Mudassar dismissed Abdullah Shafique early, but Fakhar’s amazing PSL run showed no signs of slowing. The opener hit six boundaries in a 42-ball 53, and even when he top-edged one off Noor Ahmed to conclude his innings, his team needed only 24 more in 27 balls.

Mudassar and Mohammad Hafeez easily dispatched them as the Qalandars maintained their second-place position. They’re on the verge of making the playoff rounds of a competition that will now be exclusively played at home for them. After all, the team accustomed to coming last may have some home glory in store for them.

Quetta Gladiators vs Lahore Qalandars All Matches Results in PSL

Date Winner Won by Venue
Feb 13, 2022 Lahore Qalandars 8 Wickets Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
Feb 7, 2022 Quetta Gladiators 7 Wickets National Stadium, Karachi
Feb 22, 2021 Lahore Qalandars 9 Wickets National Stadium, Karachi
Mar 7, 2020 Lahore Qalandars 8 Wickets Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
Mar 3, 2020 Lahore Qalandars 37 Runs Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
Feb 27, 2019 Lahore Qalandars 8 Wickets Dubai International Cricket Stadium
Feb 23, 2019 Quetta Gladiators 3 Wickets Sharjah Cricket Stadium
Mar 14, 2018 Lahore Qalandars 17 Runs Sharjah Cricket Stadium
Feb 24, 2018 Quetta Gladiators 9 Wickets Dubai International Cricket Stadium
Feb 18, 2017 Quetta Gladiators 5 Wickets Sharjah Cricket Stadium
Feb 10, 2017 Quetta Gladiators 8 Runs Dubai International Cricket Stadium
Feb 16, 2016 Quetta Gladiators 2 Wickets Dubai International Cricket Stadium
Feb 8, 2016 Lahore Qalandars 63 Runs Dubai International Cricket Stadium

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Which city won the first PSL?

The first season of the PSL was played exclusively in the United Arab Emirates because of security concerns. Islamabad United was the inaugural winner, defeating Quetta Gladiators in the final.

Who is PSL’s most successful captain?

Sarfraz Ahmed, captain of the Quetta Gladiators, is the most successful captain, having won the most matches (29) in his career. His squad finished second in 2016 and 2017 and won the championship in 2019.

The playoffs were held in Lahore for the second round, while the final was held on February 27th, with Lahore Qalandars defeating Multan Sultans by 42 runs to win their first PSL title.

Which teams are qualified for PSL 2022?

Multan Sultans’ thrashing of Quetta Gladiators has sealed Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi’s places in the Pakistan Super League play-off stage with Multan Sultans.

Who is the king in PSL?

Mohammad Amir leads the team in wicket-taking, while Babar Azam leads the team in run-scoring.

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