Pakistan Super League which is also known as PSL is a top rated T20 League cricket competition which is originated in Pakistan. It was founded in Lahore, Pakistan on 9th September 2015 by Pakistan Cricket Board and in the beginning, five franchise teams took part here. After the foundation in 2015, from the following next year, the first season of PSL took place. However, tough five franchise teams started the journey of PSL, but now total six teams used to take part here in every season. However, today we would like to talk about the PSL most run scorers, top wicket taker & 2019 team squad so far.
Pakistan Super League has completed three seasons quite successfully and now, we are talking about the most run scorers in 2019 of PSL. Here we present below the full list of most run scorers so far in PSL 2019.
PSL Most Run Scorers in 2019
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Most Wicket Taker in 2019
However, just like most run scorers in PSL 2019, we are also talking about the top wicket-taker so far in PSL 2019. So, let’s see the complete table of top wicket-taker so far in PSL 2019 below.
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Pakistan Super League is a newbie t20 league cricket competition considering IPL and Big Bash League but within the very short time, it has become very popular. It is a competition where players from different countries used to take part and also they did good in the last three seasons.
If we consider the most run scorers in PSL 2018, we can see that New Zealand player Luke Ronchi was standing on the top position there. He played for Islamabad United in last season of PSL where he played 11 matches as well as 11 innings and scored highest 435 runs so far. His highest score was 94 and remained not out. He did not make any century but made the fifties five times so far. Let’s see the list of most run scorers so far in PSL 2018 below.
PSL Top Run Scorers in 2018
|1st||Luke Ronchi||Islamabad United||NZ||11||11||435||94*||0/5|
|2nd||Kamran Akmal||Peshawar Zalmi||Pak||13||13||425||107*||1/4|
|3rd||Babar Azam||Karachi Kings||Pak||12||11||402||66||0/5|
|4th||Joe Denly||Karachi Kings||Eng||12||11||323||79*||0/3|
|5th||Shane Watson||Quetta Gladiators||Aus||10||10||319||90*||0/2|
According to the above-listed data, Pak player Kamran Akmal was the 2nd highest scorer in PSL 2018. He was just 10 runs behind than Luke. Akmal scored 425 runs totally and he made a century and remained not out. He also scored four fifties there. Babar Azam was in 3rd position, English player Joe Denly was in 4th position and Aussie all-rounder Shane Watson was in 5th position so far.
Pakistan cricket team is always very good at bowling side and all other cricket playing nations fear them for bowling sections. They have so much rising talents now and they are the next to the nation’s king Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Shoaib Akhtar and so on. So, in every season of PSL, Pakistani bowlers dominated the competition. Let’s see the full list of top wicket taker so far in PSL 2018 below.
PSL Leading Wicket taker in 2018
|1st||Faheem Ashraf||Islamabad United||Pak||12||12||7.75||18||0|
|2nd||Wahab Riaz||Peshawar Zalmi||Pak||13||13||6.90||18||0|
|3rd||Usman Khan||Karachi Kings||Pak||10||9||8.02||16||0|
|4th||Rahat Ali||Quetta Gladiators||Pak||11||11||7.60||15||0|
|5th||Samit Patel||Islamabad United||Eng||9||9||6.96||13||0|
In last season of PSL, Faheem Ashraf was the highest wicket-taker. He took highest 8 wickets for the team and he played for Islamabad United. He played 12 matches as well as 112 innings so far. 2nd positioned bowler was Wahab Riaz and he also took 18 wickets so far.
Generally, a new season of Pakistan Super League takes place at the beginning of the new year and the upcoming season of PSL will start on 14th February 2019. So, the complete team squad of the participating teams is yet to announce.
Here we present the complete rosters list considering the last season. As soon as the new team squad will reveal, we will update the list here. So, let’s take a look below where we present the complete team squad of upcoming Pakistan Super League 2019.
Islamabad United Team Squad
– Misbah-ul-Haq ©, Iftikhar Ahmed, Asif Ali, Fahim Ashraf, Samuel Badree, Sam Billings, Amad Butt, JP Duminy(VC), Sahibzada Farhan, Steven Finn, Zafar Gohar, Alex Hales, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Hassan, Shadab Khan, Rohail Nazir, Samit Patel, Rumman Raees, Luke Ronchi, Andre Russell, Mohammad Sami, Hussain Talat, Chadwick Walton.
Karachi Kings Team Squad
– Imad Wasim ©, Shahid Afridi, Mohammad Amir, Babar Azam, Danish Aziz, Saifullah Bangash, Ravi Bopara, Joe Denly, Colin Ingram, Mohammad Irfan, Mitchell Johnson, Tabish Khan, Usman Khan, Khurram Manzoor, Tymal Mills, Usama Mir, Hasan Mohsin, Dwayne Bravo, Mukhtar Ahmed, Mohammad Rizwan, Lendl Simmons, Mohammad Taha, David Wiese, Steve Smith.
Lahore Qalandars Team Squad
Brendon McCullum ©, Fakhar Zaman (VC), Kyle Abbott, Shaheen Afridi, Sohail Akhtar, Umar Akmal, Bilal Asif, Bilawal Bhatti, Imran Nazir, Anton Devcich, Abdui Razzaq, Salman Irshad, Imran Khan, Sohail Khan, Sajjd Hashmi, Angelo Mathews, Mitchell McClenaghan, Ghulam Mudassar, Sunil Narine, Mustafizur Rahman, Gulraiz Sadaf, Agha Salman, Yasir Shah, Aamer Yamin.
Multan Sultans Team Squad
Shoaib Malik ©, Mohammad Abbas, Saif Badar, Kashif Bhatti, Nicholas Pooran (WK), Darren Bravo, Umar Gul, Mohammad Irfan, Chris Gayle, Junaid Khan, Zahir Khan, Sohaib Maqsood, Shan Masood, Kieron Pollard, Kumar Sangakkara (WK), Abdullah Shafique, Ahmed Shehzad, Umar Siddiq, Imran Tahir, Irfan Khan, Hardus Viljoen, Ross Whiteley.
Peshawar Zalmi Team Squad
– Darren Sammy ©, Kamran Akmal (WK), Hasan Ali, Mohammad Arif, Mohammad Asghar, Umaid Asif, Hammad Azam, AB de Villiers, Liam Dawson, Andre Fletcher (WK), Sameen Gul, Mohammad Hafeez (VC), Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal, Chris Jordan, Saad Nasim, Sabbir Rahman, Wahab Riaz, Khushdil Shah, Ibtisam Sheikh, Dwayne Smith, Haris Sohail, Taimur Sultan, Khalid Usman, Riki Wessels (WK).
Quetta Gladiators Team Squad
Sarfraz Ahmed ©, Asad Shafiq (VC), Faraz Ahmed, Anwar Ali, Rahat Ali, Sohail Tanvir, Umar Amin, Jofra Archer, Carlos Brathwaite, Chris Green, Mir Hamza, John Hastings, Thisara Perera, Hasan Khan, Ben Laughlin, Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Azam Khan, Kevin Pietersen, Rameez Raja, Rilee Rossouw, Jason Roy, Saud Shakeel, Shane Watson, Mohammad Junaid.
PSL is an annual league competition and most of the matches of the tournament used to take place in the United Arab Emirates. Due to political contradiction, Pakistan just arranges a couple of knockout stage matches so far in before. PSL Most Runs and Most Wickets Update List add here after the tournament will start.