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Multan Sultans


Full NameMultan Sultans


GroundMultan Cricket Stadium

Team Owner(s)Schön Properties

Prominent PlayersShoaib Malik


Shahid Afridi All Rounder Right Handed 40
Imran Tahir Bowler Legbreak 41
Rilee Rossouw Batsman Left Handed 31
Ravi Bopara All Rounder Right Handed 35
Sohail Tanvir All Rounder Left Handed 35
Bilawal Bhatti Bowler Right-arm 29
Junaid Khan Bowler Left-arm 30
Khushdil Shah Batsman Left Handed 25
Zeeshan Ashraf Wicketkeeper Left Handed 28
Shan Masood Batsman Left Handed 31
Usman Qadir Bowler - 27
Mohammad Irfan Bowler Left-arm 38
Rohail Nazir Wicketkeeper Right Handed 19
Ali Shafiq Bowler Right-arm 24
Mohammad Ilyas Bowler Right-arm 21
Adam Lyth Batsman Left Handed 33
Brendan Taylor Wicketkeeper Right Handed 34
Joe Denly All Rounder Right Handed 34

Multan Sultan is a professional T20 franchise that competes in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) The team is based in Multan and Multan Cricket Stadium is their home turf. Initially, the team was owned by Schön Properties. In 2018, Ali Khan Tareen won the rights of the team and went ahead with the same team name.


In November 2018, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) terminated the eight-year ownership right of the franchise after just one action packed season in the league. The termination took place due to the failure of the franchise to pay their annual fee of US$ 5.2 million. Ali Tareen-led by Multan Consortium won the franchise right for the sixth team by exceeding the reserve price in 2018. PCB had set the reserve price at $5.21 million per year for a period of 7 years.


In Shoaib Malik, Multan Sultan have a steady captain who brings his experience into play. In 10 games so far, Malik has accumulated 224 runs at an average of 37.33. He is only second to legendary former Sri Lankan cricketer Kumar Sangakkara. The southpaw from the island nation stamped his authority with 269 runs from 10 matches at an average of 33.62.

Apart from these two, the franchise have also roped in T20 freelancer Kieron Pollard. The all-rounder scalped five wickets and contributed 165 runs with the bat. Known as the ‘Guldozer’ in Pakistan cricket, Umar Gul carries an excellent average of 6.25 as he picked up 8 wickets in mere 2 games for the new side.

Club Trajectory

The Sultans kickstarted the 2018 season with a thumping seven-wicket win against Peshawar Zalmi. They made it two out of two as Imran Tahir baggged figures of 3/27 against Lahore Qalandars. But the side failed to barge the door hard during the later stages and ended up languishing second last in the points table.

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