Multan Sultans Playing XI (PSL)

Rabia Riaz

Multan Sultans Playing XI in PSL

The Multan Sultan team was formed in 2017 to complete the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Its inception was in 2016. This is a professional T20 franchise cricket team based in Multan, Pakistan. The team’s purpose is to create a significant mark in the tournament and to bring excitement and entertainment to the locals. They are known for their outstanding achievements and have a passionate fan base.

PRIMARY INFORMATION

LeaguePakistan Super League (PSL)
CoachAndy Flower
OwnerAlamgir Khan Tareen
ManagerHijab Zahid
Founded2017
CaptainMuhammad Rizwan
CityMultan, Punjab, Pakistan
Home GroundMultan Cricket Stadium
Winning Prediction50%
Brand AmbassadorShahnawaz Dahani

Performance

They have played a total of 10 matches from which they won 4 and lost 5. In PSL, they got the 5th position (PSL team ranking-wise). Their percentage is 44.44% in PSL. They won their 1st PSL title in 2021.

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Batters

NAMEBATTING STYLEBOWLING STYLEBATTER
Muhammad Rizwan (C)Right-handedMiddle-order
Khushdil ShahLeft-handedSlow Left-arm orthodoxMiddle order
Rilee RossouwLeft-handedRight-arm orthodoxTop order
Usman KhanRight-handedRight-arm off-breakTop order
Tim DavidRight-handedRight-arm off-breakMiddle-order
David MillerLeft-handedRight-arm off-breakMiddle order
Shan MasoodLeft-handedRight-arm medium-fastOpening

Bowlers

NAMEBATTING STYLEBOWLING STYLE
Abbas AfridiRight-handedRight-arm medium-fast
Sheldon CottrellRight-handedLeft-arm fast-medium
IhsanullahRight-handedRight-arm fast
Mohammad IlyasRight-handedRight-arm medium-fast
Sameen GulRight-handedRight-arm medium
Usama MirRight-handedLeg-break
Anwar AliRight-handedRight-arm medium-fast
Akeal HoseinLeft-handedSlow Left-arm orthodox
Josh LittleRight-handedLeft-arm fast-medium
Adil RashidRight-handedLeg-break
Shahnawaz DahaniRight-handedRight-arm fast-medium

All-Rounders

NAMEBATTING STYLEBOWLING STYLE
Arafat MinhasLeft-handedSlow Left-arm orthodox
Mohammad SarwarRight-handedRight-arm fast-medium

Overseas Players

NAMECOUNTRY
Rilee RossouwSouth Africa
Tim DavidAustralian
David MillerSouth Africa
Sheldon CottrellWest Indies
Akeal HoseinWest Indies
Josh LittleIreland
Adil Rashid England

Players

Muhammad Rizwan

He was born on 01 June 1992, in Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. His height is 5 ft 7 in. He is the captain of this team in 2023. He is a Pakistani International cricketer. His playing role is as a wicketkeeper batter with Right-handed batting and Right-arm medium bowling style and as a wicketkeeper in fielding position. Since 2015, he has been representing Pakistan International Cricket. In T20s he is the only batter who scores 2000 runs. He scored centuries in all three international formats (Test, ODI, and T20I). In Test cricket, he is the vice-captain of the Pakistani cricket team. He was the captain of this team and led to a win in PSL 2021. From 2016-17, he played for Lahore Qalandars in PSL and for Karachi Kings from 2018-20.

SeasonTeamRB4s6s0MRWMatSR
2016Lahore Qalandars103819400008127.1
2017Lahore Qalandars1301079500008121.4
2018Karachi Kings21212000008100
2019Karachi Kings7981310000597.5
2020Karachi Kings0000000020
2021Multan Sultans5003915610000012127.8
2022Multan Sultans546431479000012126.6
2023Multan Sultans16912619200003134.13
Muhammad Rizwan

Khushdil Shah

He was born on 07 February 1995, in Bannu, North-West Frontier Province. His height is 5 ft 10 in. He is a part of Multan Sultan. He is a Pakistani cricketer. In 2017, he had played for Peshawar Zalmi. His playing role is as a Middle-order batter with Left-handed batting and Slow Left-arm orthodox. He represented Federally Administered Tribal Areas in cricket.

SeasonTeamRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2017Peshawar Zalmi15000000220
2018Multan Sultans1218100000266.6
2020Multan Sultans22215912135025111139.6
2021Multan Sultans1651207104037111137.5
2022Multan Sultans15384141032.202231612182.1
2023Multan Sultans
Khushdil Shah

Rilee Roscoe Rossouw

Rossouw was born on 09 October 1989, in Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. He is an overseas player of Multan Sultan. He is a South African Cricketer. His playing role is as a Top-order batter with Left-handed batting and Right-arm off-break bowling. As a Multan Sultan player, he hit the fastest-ever PSL century. from 2017-19, he played for Quetta Gladiators.

SeasonTeamsRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2017Quetta Gladiators25520718910819123.1
2018Quetta Gladiators1511227900006123.7
2019Quetta Gladiators2952173571.409112135.9
2020Multan Sultans21214921800009142.2
2021Multan Sultans177112207000012158
2022Multan Sultans2751642514000011167.6
2023Multan Sultans1537821500002196.15
Rilee Roscoe Rossouw

Usman Khan

Usman was born on 10 May 1995, in Karachi, Pakistan. He is a part of Multan team. He is a Pakistani cricketer. His role is as a Top-order batter with Right-handed batting and a Right-arm off-break bowling style. In 2021, he was a part of Quetta Gladiators. Against Quetta Gladiators, he made the fastest century by just taking 36 balls in the history of PSL.

SeasonTeamsRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2021Quetta Gladiators15012316500006121.9
2023Multan Sultans
Usman Khan

Timothy Hays David

He was born on 16 March 1996, in Singapore. His height is 6 ft 5 in. He took part in the Multan Sultan team as an overseas player in May 2021. In the 7th edition of PSL, he had an association with Multan Sultan. In 2021, he was a player of Lahore Qalandars. He completed the catch to seal Multan Sultan’s 3rd consecutive win. He is a Singapore-born Australian cricketer. His role is as a Middle-order batter with Right-handed batting and a Right-arm off-break bowler. He played for Singapore national cricket team in 2019-2020. In 2022, he joined the Australia Cricket team.

SeasonTeamRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2021Lahore Qalandars180108111200006166.6
2022Multan Sultans27814320214038111194.4
2023Multan Sultans
Timothy Hays David

David Andrew Miller

He was born in Pietermaritzburg, Natal on 10 June 1989. He is a South African professional cricketer. His role is as a Middle-order batter with left-handed batting and a Right-arm off-break bowling style. David plays as an occasional wicketkeeper. He plays for Multan team in PSL and Gujarat Titans in IPL as an overseas player. David represents Multan Sultan as an aggressive cricketer in PSL. He was added as a replacement for Kieron Pollard in the platinum category of Multan Sultan for the 8th edition.

SeasonTeamRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2021Multan Sultans1166310500003139.7
2023Multan Sultans
David Andrew Miller

Shan Masood Khan

He was born in Kuwait, on 14 October 1989. His nickname is Shaani. His height is 5 ft 10 in. Shaani plays for the Pakistan National Cricket Team. He played for Multan Sultan in PSL 2022. He led as a captain of Multan Sultan. His playing role is as an Opening batter with Left-handed batting and a Right-arm medium-fast bowling style. In August 2018, PCB awarded him a central contract for 2018-19 with the thirty-two players.

SeasonTeamRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2019Multan Sultans1128117100004138.2
2020Multan Sultans283221302000011128
2021Multan Sultans20914725700007142.1
2022Multan Sultans4783465410000012138.1
2023Multan Sultans5861600000395.08
Shan Masood Khan

Muhammad Abbas Afridi

He was born on 5 April 2001, in Fata. He is a Pakistani cricketer and plays for Multan Sultan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. His playing role is as a bowler with Right-handed batting and Right-arm medium-fast bowling. He joined Karachi Kings in the PSL 2021 and made his T20 debut for the team. In 2023 PSL, representing the Multan Sultan, Afridi was the top wickets taker by taking 23 wickets.

SeasonTeamRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2021Karachi Kings27181310010244150
2022Multan Sultans651015012735120
2023Multan Sultans
Muhammad Abbas Afridi

Ihsanullah

He was born on 11 October 2002, in Matta, Pakistan. Matta Express is his nickname. His height is 6 ft 5 in. He is a Pakistani cricketer and a part of Multan Sultan. His role is as a bowler with Right-handed batting and a Right-arm fast bowling. In January 2022, he made his T20 debut for Multan Sultan for the 2022 PSL. In February 2023 for Multan, he delivered the second-best spell of the PSL with a figure of 5-12, against Quetta Gladiators. With an average speed of 144.37 kph and ball delivery reviewing 150 kph, he is considered the fastest in PSL’s history. At the end of 2023 PSL, he won the Bowler of HBL PSL 8 award and the HBL PSL 8 Player of the Tournament Award for taking his 22 wickets at an economy rate of 7.59.

Innings12
Wickets22
Best Bowling5/12
Ihsanullah

Mohammad Ilyas

He was born on 21 March 1999, in Peshawar, Pakistan. His height is 5 ft 9 in. His role is as a bowler with a Right-handed batting style and a Right-arm medium-fast bowling style. He is a former Pakistani cricketer. In the ongoing 8th edition of PSL, as a replacement for injured Shahnawaz Dahani, he joined Multan Sultan. On 15 February 2019, he made his T20 debut for Multan Sultan in the 2019 PSL series. For the 2022 PSL series, he was signed for Karachi Kings in December 2021.

MatInnsORWBAveECNSR4W5WMD
338.510422/1252.0011.7726.50
Mohammad Ilyas

Sameen Gul Afridi

He was born in Jamrud, Pakistan on 4 February 1999. His height is 6 ft 3 in. He is a Pakistani cricketer who plays for Multan Sultan too. From 2018-22, he played for Peshawar Zalmi. His role is as a bowler with a Right-handed batting and Right-arm medium bowling style.

SeasonTeamRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2018Peshawar Zalmi36002001395650
2019Peshawar Zalmi00002302111060
2021Peshawar Zalmi71110110955363.6
2022Peshawar Zalmi00004041210
2023Multan Sultans
Sameen Gul Afridi

Usama Mir

He was born on 23 December 1995, in Sialkot, Pakistan. His height is 5 ft 3 in. He is a Pakistani cricketer in T20 Format who plays for Multan Sultan. His role is as a bowler Right-handed batting and Leg-break bowling style. In 2017, he got a chance to play for Karachi Kings in PSL.

SeasonTeamRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2016Karachi Kings13131025019567100
2017Karachi Kings531027.50228128166.6
2018Karachi Kings9111050630281.8
2020Karachi Kings120080710350
2023Multan Sultans
Usama Mir

Anwar Ali

He was born in Karachi, Pakistan on 25 November 1987. His height is 6 ft 2 in. He is a Pakistani fast bowler with a Right-handed batting and Right-arm medium-fast bowling style. From the year 2022, he has played for Multan Sultan in PSL 8. For 2016-21, he was signed for Quetta Gladiators.

SeasonTeamRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2016Quetta Gladiators38401229.512589995
2017Quetta Gladiators57446130028069129.5
2018Quetta Gladiators44352317.4013936125.7
2019Quetta Gladiators3011047.406713272.7
2020Quetta Gladiators301722405003176.4
2021Quetta Gladiators1100303301100
2022Multan Sultans6100090792460
2023Multan Sultans
Anwar Ali

Shahnawaz Dahani

He was born on 5 August 1998, in Larkana, Pakistan. His height is 6 ft 2 in. He is an international player of Pakistan. He plays for Multan Sultan in 2021. His role is as a bowler with Right-handed batting and Right-arm fast-medium bowling. On 23 February 2021, for 2021 PSL he made his T20 debut for Multan team. In the ongoing 8th edition of PSL, as a replacement for injured Shahnawaz Dahani, Mohammad Ilyas joined Multan Sultan.

SeasonTeamsRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2021Multan Sultans010040.2134020110
2023Multan Sultans
Shahnawaz Dahani

Players who did not play

Akeal Jerome Hosein

He was born in Spain, on 25 April 1993. His height is 5 ft 11 in. He plays cricket for the West Indies domestic teams. He plays for Multan Sultan as an overseas player. His role is as a bowler with Left-handed batting and Slow Left-arm orthodox bowling style.

SeasonTeamRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2023Multan Sultans

Joshua Brian Little

He was born in Dubllin, on 1 November 1999. Joshua represents the Irish cricket team. His role is as a bowler with Right-handed batting and Left-arm fast-medium bowling in the Ireland team. He was selected as an overseas player for Multan in 2023 edition.

SeasonTeamRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2023Multan Sultans

Adil Usman Rashid

He was born on 17 February 1988, in Bradford, Yorkshire. His height is 5 ft 8 in. He plays for England. He plays for Multan Sultan. His role is as a bowler with Right-handed batting and Leg-break bowling style.

SeasonTeamRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2023Multan Sultans

Arafat Minhas

Arafat was born on 2 January 2005, in Multan, Pakistan. He got selected for Multan Sultan as an all-rounder with Left-handed batting and Slow Left-arm orthodox bowling. He was in the supplementary category of Multan’s team in the PSL cricketer’s drafts of 2023. In the 2022 Pakistan Junior League, he was the captain of Gwadar Sharks.

SeasonTeamsRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2023Multan Sultans

Mohammad Sarwar Afridi

He was born on 20 January 1995, in Peshawar, Pakistan. He is in the all-rounder category of Multan Sultan in the 2023 PSL. His role is of an all-rounder with Right-handed batting and a Right-arm fast-medium bowling style. He only plays for domestic teams in Pakistan.

SeasonTeamsRB4s6sOMRWMatSR
2023Multan Sultans

Who bought Multan Sultans?

Alamgir Khan Tareen with his nephew Ali Tareen acquired this team in 2018.

How many titles have Multan Sultans won?

They won the titles in 2022 and 2023.

What is the top score of Multan Sultan?

262/3 is the top score in March 2023, against Quetta Gladiators.

How much did Multan Sultan cost?

This is the most expensive franchise with a cost of 6.35 million dollars per year.

Who sponsored Multan Sultan?

Shell Pakistan sponsored HBL PSL 8.

Who is the first captain of Multan Sultans?

Shoaib Malik is the first captain.

Who is the fast bowler of Multan Sultan?

Ihsanullah is the fastest bowler.

Who is the top wicket-taker in Multan Sultan?

From the period 2018-22, Imran Tahir was the top wicket-taker as he took 53 wickets.

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