Sarfaraz Ahmed's side win by seven wickets in Multan
Sindh registered their first win in the National T20 Cup as they thrashed Central Punjab by seven wickets in the match sixth of the competition in Multan on Friday.
Sarfaraz Ahmed’s side chased the 155-run target in 18.4 overs, thanks to half-centuries by the opening pair of Sharjeel Khan and Khurram Manzoor.
Khan played a 77-run knock which included nine fours and two sixes. Manzoor scored 50 from 46 balls with six boundaries to his name.
Central Punjab, electing to bat, made 154-7 on the back of a half-century by wicketkeeper-batsman Abid Ali.
He made 58 off 41 deliveries after hitting six boundaries and a maximum.
Pacer Sohail Khan was the pick of the bowlers for Sindh as he returned with figures of 3-31 in his four overs.
Earlier in the day, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa registered a comfortable eight-wicket win over Balochistan.