Umar Akmal slammed a blistering 93 while Cameron Delport scored his maiden fifty in the tournament as Lahore Qalandars flexed their batting muscle to hand the Quetta Gladiators their first defeat in the Pakistan Super League.
A flamboyant century from Umair Masood went in vain as West Indies, guided by fifties from Tevin Imlach and Shimron Hetmyer, romped home to a five-wicket victory over Pakistan to qualify for the semi-finals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh.
Brendon McCullum had the perfect farewell from the One-Day International format as the New Zealand bowlers bundled out Australia for 191 in a chase of 247 runs in the third game in Hamilton to complete a 2-1 series victory and thereby retain the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy.
Quetta Gladiators held their nerve to chase down 136 in the penultimate delivery with three wickets in hand against Peshawar Zalmi in Dubai to register their third consecutive win in the Pakistan Super League.
Leo Lions successfully managed to overcome some powerful hitting from Ryan ten Doeschate and Ian Buttler to defend 201 by 11 runs and qualify for the semi-finals of the Masters Champions League tournament.
Malinga Bandara registered a four-wicket haul while conceding just 16 runs as Virgo Super Kings defended 131 against Capricorn Commanders by 12 runs to qualify for the semi-finals of the Masters Champions League.
Saeed Ajmal weaved magic around the Karachi Kings batsmen as Islamabad United successfully defended 132 runs despite a valiant all-round effort from Ravi Bopara going in vain in the sixth match of the Pakistan Super League in Dubai.
Wanidu Hasaranga inflicted heavy damage on the England batting lineup with a three-wicket haul after which Avishka Fernando scored a fluent 95 to help Sri Lanka chase down 185 with six wickets in hand in the quarter-finals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup encounter in Mirpur.