The number of spectators in the match held yesterday was very low, an estimated 1500 spectators were present in the stadium as compared to Quetta Gladiators and defending champions Multan Sultans, most of the enclosures looked empty.
The media gallery was revived but no important person was seen. The biggest rush was seen in Wasim Bari’s enclosure. However, during the batting of Quetta Gladiators in the third over, the umpires inspected the ball and changed it on the complaint of Bowler Valley.
Khushdal Shah of Multan Sultans made a brilliant catch of his own ball Prol Smead which was applauded by the spectators. When former Test captain Sarfraz Ahmed came to bat, the voice came. He continued to use the bathroom of the media center as usual.
As there was no rush of spectators, the security personnel also breathed a sigh of relief and were seen relaxing. Uncle Cricket and Uncle Cricket remained the center of attention as usual.
The media and spectators kept searching for Wasif Ghafoor, a young man from Mirpur Khas who became popular after his unique dance video went viral yesterday but he did not show up at the stadium. Kamal, with the help of medical staff, provided immediate medical assistance. The spectators applauded and expressed their gratitude.