PSL 2020: Top 5 Most Runs Scorer| highest Wickets Takers Pakistan Super League 5
Among Top 5 batsman who scored most runs in PSL 2020 Babar Azam was on Top position with 473 runs.
He scored 473 runs with average of 59.12 and SR of 124.14 .Babar Azam scored 5 fifties in 11 innings. Other Top scorer of PSL 2020 four are from Lahore Qalandars . Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Hafeez Ben Dunk and Chris Lynn.
Top 5 batsman highest Runs scorer PSL 2020
1-Babar Azam 473 Runs
2- Fakhar Zaman 325
3- Mohammad Hafeez 312
4- Ben Dunk 300
5- Chris Lynn 284
Top 5 most Runs Scorer PSL 2020
Top 5 Highest Wicket Takers In PSL 2020
Among Top 5 highest Wicket Takers in PSL 2020 Shaheen Shah Afridi took 17 wickets in 12 innings. Mohammad Hasnain was 2nd highest wicket takers in PSL 2020 with 15 wickets in 9 matches. Sohail Tanvir of Multan Sultans took 14 wickets and was third highest wicket takers in PSL 2020.Among Top 5 most wicket takers one from Multan Sultans and one from Quetta Gladiators and three from Lahore Qalandars.
In PSL 2020 Lahore Players are quite dominant. Among top 5 runs scorer 4 are from Lahore Qalandars and Among Top 5 highest Wickets takers three are from Lahore Qalandars.
Highest Wicket Takers PSL 5
1 . Shaheen Afridi Lahore Qalandars 17 wickets
2- Mohammad Hasnain Quetta Gladiators 15 wickets
3- Sohail Tanvir Multan Sultans 14 wickets
4- Dilbar Hussain Lahore Qalandars 14 wickets
5- Dawid Wiese Lahore Qalandars 12 wickets
Top 5 most wicket Takers In PSL 2020
Summary of PSL 2020
Champions Karachi Kings
Runners Up Lahore Qalandars
Best batsman Babar Azam
Player of the tournament Babar Azam
Best bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi
HBL PSL Team of 2020, selected by an independent panel, was (in batting order) – 1-Babar Azam (Karachi Kings), 2-Chris Lynn (Lahore Qalandars), 3-Alex Hales (Karachi Kings), 4-Haider Ali (Peshawar Zalmi), 5-Mohammad Hafeez (Lahore Qalandars), 6-Shadab Khan (captain, Islamabad United), 7-Ben Dunk (wicketkeeper, Lahore Qalandars), 8-David Wiese (Lahore Qalandars), 9-Mohammad Amir (Karachi Kings), 10-Shaheen Shah Afridi (Lahore Qalandars), 11-Mohammad Hasnain (Quetta Gladiators). Fakhar Zaman (12th, Lahore Qalandars)