Quetta Gladiators acquired their very first Pakistan Super League title as they overcome Peshawar Zalmi with eight wickets in Karachi.
Peshawar were confined by 138-8 in their 20 overs, with pace bowler Mohammad Hasnain carrying 3-30.
Ex-Australia international Shane Watson dropped in the next of Quetta’s chase, but launching batsman Ahmed Shehzad anchored the innings.
The Pakistan batsman struck 58 from 51 chunks to guarantee success.
England internationals Chris Jordan and Tymal Mills both featured for Peshawar at the final.
Jordan finished with 0-38 in three overs while Mills enrolled amounts of 0-31 from his four.
The championship was the the largest Cricket activity in Pakistan for a decade after a terrorist attack to the Sri Lanka club bus prevented foreign teams from visiting.
“I thank the Audience for coming in big numbers,” Quetta and Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed stated.