Kamran allround show in DIB victory
signs here are hopeful.
Seeded fifth in the section which has lost the injured Simona Halep, the third seed, Kvitova next plays Jelena Ostapenko, the world number 38 from Latvia - a winnable match, even though her opponent is young and ambitious.
If she succeeds again she could find herself with a quarter-final with Madison Keys, the 21-year-old American who recently reached the world’s top 20 for the first time.—AFP KARACHI —A brilliant allround show from Kamran Ghulam guided Dubai Islamic Bank’s (DIB) 31-run win against Bank Islami (BI) in 29th Agha Khan Gymkhana (AKG) Ramzan Cricket Festival here on Sunday at AKG.
This is the DIB’s second victory in a row. DIB put in to bat and collected 167-7 in 20 overs.
Kamran Ghulam smashes half-century 54 off 40 balls with 6 fours, Ahsan Ali 31 runs off 20 balls with 5 fours.
SLA Nasir captured 2 wickets for 21 runs and OS Ahmer Faruqi 2 wickets for 24 runs. In reply, Bank Islami were all out for 136 runs in 19.1 overs with six beautiful boundaries. Rizwan Hyder contributed 21 runs in 12 balls with two fours and one six.—APP