On Sunday, Islamabad United commanded with the bat and ball as they defeated defending champions Peshawar Zalmi by three wickets to lift the trophy of the third PSL.
The feature of the match was United opener Luke Ronchi's fast 52 of 26 conveyances, influencing Zalmi's fighting complete off 148 hurries to look comparatively easy.
"I've recently batted with a reasonable personality, amazing how things work out in the event that you do that," Ronchi said in the post-coordinate ceremony.
"The request is to simply go out and bat the way I bat. On the off chance that it falls off, splendid. Else, we have a splendid batting order. The ability of the local players, especially the quick bowlers, has been marvelous in the PSL.
"They have a decent profundity of ability coming through, they ought to be content with where they are right now. This is my first win for an establishment, an awesome end to an extraordinary competition," he said.
Peshawar pacers seemed to have brought their group again into the diversion in the late finished as Islamabad wickets fell with hardly a pause in between, however some late hitting by Asif Ali helped United influence it over the completing to line for the second time in the three-year history of the competition.
The match denoted the first time through a PSL final was played in Karachi, as a large number of fans rushed to the sold-out National Stadium under tight security. It was additionally the city's greatest cricket coordinate in nine years, after terrorist attacks assaults brought about the suspension of international cricket in Pakistan.