Quetta gladiators was the 2nd most successful team of PSL 2016 according to psl stats. They are the runner-up of PSL 2016. Despite their top-class performance in the whole tournament unfortunately they were unable to win the title.
The current T20 captain of Pakistan Sarfraz Ahmed leads Quetta gladiators. Quetta gladiators was considering as weakest team of the tournament but they prove it wrong by their superb performance. Quetta Gladiators makes their way to final in outclass way. They are unbeaten in the start of the tournament. They won the hearts of their fans by their superb performance.
Many best players of the world were the part of Quetta Gladiators. It includes best T-20 batsmen of the world, the destructive bowling line-up and experienced all-rounders. Quetta Gladiators stands on 2nd position at the end of the tournament.
PSL Stats of Quetta Gladiators Team in 2016
Quetta Gladiators played 10 matches in PSL 2016. They won 7 matches and lost only 3 matches. Their winning percentage is 70%. This is the highest winning percentage of the tournament.
The highest total of Quetta Gladiators is 203. Their lowest total is 129.
PSL Stats of Quetta Gladiators players in 2016
Quetta Gladiators had best players of the world in their team. First-rate Captain, outstanding batsmen, excellent bowlers and top-class all-rounders were part of Quetta Gladiators in PSL 2016. This time they will come with new hopes and with some new faces. In psl stats, Ahmed Shehzad was the top runs scorer of Quetta Gladiators. He made 290 runs in 10 matches. His highest score was 71 with the strike rate of 143.56. He scored two fifties in the PSL 2016. He hit 8 sixes and 36 fours.
Luke Right was the highest runs scorer in an innings by Quetta Gladiators. His highest score was 86 runs in the very 1st match of PSL 2016. He scored 86 runs on 53 balls with 11 fours and 4 sixes. His strike rate was 162.26. He also had the highest average of runs from Quetta Gladiators. He made 169 runs in just 6 matches. His average was 33.80.
In bowling line-up Muhammad Nawaz was the leading wicket taker. He took 13 wickets in just 10 matches. With the best figure of 4/13.