Mohsin Ilyas spins Al Shabaz to victory [CricInfo] 13 Sep, 2017

Mohsin Ilyas spins Al Shabaz to victory - ESPNcricinfo Mohsin Ilyas spins Al Shabaz to victory --> < > MenuESPN ScoresAll cricket scores, fixtures and results here. More ESPNEdition Mohsin Ilyas spins Al Shabaz to victory8m'I deserve a break' - Shakib3dMohammad IsamTest record-holder and World Cup winner Jan Brittin dies aged 5821hESPNcricinfo staffIbrahim Khaleel to lead USA in Auty Cup2dPeter Della PennaWho has scored the most Test runs without bowling?1dSteven LynchSLC looks to get de Silva, Jayawardene on board2dAndrew Fidel FernandoAustralia's female cricketers leap ahead in pay race3dIs Kohli up there with Tendulkar and Richards as an ODI batsman?3dKartikeya DateUmesh, Shami return to India ODI squad3dSteven Taylor out as USA captain3dPeter Della PennaYounis Khan snubs PCB's grand farewell plans2dDanyal RasoolHere's what the BCCI must do with its cash3dSharda Ugra-->Mohsin Ilyas spins Al Shabaz to victoryFacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerEmailcomment8:07 AM ETESPN Staff FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintcommentA terrific all-round performance from Mohsin Ilyas was enough to see Al Shabaz over the line against Ali Gladiator on Tuesday in the 8-a-side Sprite indoor tournament. Put into bat by Ali Gladiators, Al Shabaz were zero for seven in four overs, thanks to tight bowling from Umar and Zubair, who took four wickets in an over.However Nadeem and Noman batted sensibly to recover from there, scoring 16 runs between them. They helped set the Ali Gladiators 18 to win.It felt like the runs weren't enough and will be chased down quite comfortably by the Gladiators, Mohsin Ilyas bowled a brilliant second over, where he managed to take four wickets with his spin and brought the score down to -14. Al Shabaz, who were playing their first match in this format, pumped up their performance with some great fielding, taking couple of brilliant low diving catches and running out the Gladiators six times. Gladiators couldn't recover as they lost wickets in regular intervals and couldn't hit the boundaries required. The tail wagged, but they couldn't score what seemed an achievable target.FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerEmailcommentSponsored Headlines Comments ABOUT COOKIES We use cookies to offer an improved online experience. By clicking 'OK' without changing your settings you are giving your consent to receive cookies. OK

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