Quetta Gladiators is a Pakistani professional T20 team that plays in PSL first time in 2016.In PSL; Quetta Gladiators having the most youngster and talented players. Quetta Gladiators is firstly purchased by Pakistani Business group Omer Association for the US $11million for ten years.
Quetta Gladiators depends upon 21 players. Sarfraz Ahmed was the caption of Quetta Gladiators. Moin Khan is the coach of the team. Batsman Kevin Peterson is icon Player of Quetta Gladiators. The team has 7 foreign players named as Kevin Petersen, Luke Wright, Elton Chigumbra, Muhammad Nabi, Thisara Perera, Kumar Sangakkara and Jade Dernbach.
Bugti Stadium is the home ground of Quetta Gladiators. The team is nominated the Quetta by his name, the provincial capital of Balochistan, Pakistan.
Quetta Gladiators started their First Season of PSL with the faith of winning all the matches. In first two matches, Quetta Gladiators win both match from Islamabad United and Karachi Kings. In the third match, Quetta Gladiators defeated again Lahore Qalandars and won their third math and become on the top of the table.
Quetta Gladiators in the first qualifying round defatted with Peshawar Zalmi. They win their first qualifying match against Peshawar Zalmi by one run. Quetta Gladiators scored 133 and in reply, Peshawar Zalmi scored 132 and Quetta Gladiators win the match.
In PSL First Season, the final match is played between Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators. In the final match, Quetta Gladiators was loss their match from Islamabad United. The first Season champion is Islamabad United.
In the Second Season 2017, the Quetta Gladiators retain their 10 players and signed eight new players in the team named as Rovman Powell, Carlos Brathwaite, Tymal Mills and David Willey. Kumar Sangakkara and Grant Elliott were released by Quetta Gladiators in the Second Season.
In the Second Season, Quetta Gladiators win their first two matches from Lahore Qalandars by 8 runs and Karachi Kings by 7 wickets. In the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Quetta Gladiators face their first loss from Islamabad United Existing Champions of PSL.
In the next match, Quetta Gladiators continue their Winning campaign Win from Karachi Kings by 6 Wickets. Now, Quetta Gladiators is the first team of the tournament which qualifies for playoffs.
In the final, Quetta Gladiators lost their match again Peshawar Zalmi. Peshawar Zalmi wins their match when Darren Sammy Scored 33 run in the last tow over’s.
|Home Ground||Ayub National Stadium|
|Captain||Sheikh Khaqan Abasi|
|City Represent||Queeta, Pakistan|
|Owner||Nadeem Omar (Omar Associates)|
|Head coach||Moin Khan|
|Assistant coach||Abdul Razzaq|
|Batting coach/Mentor||Sir Viv Richards|
|Fielding coach||Julien Fountain|
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|Player||From||To||Match||Won||Lost||Tie||No Result||Wining %|
|Name||Nationality||Birth Date||Batting Style||Bowling Style||Joined||Salary|
|Ahmed Shehzad||Pakistan||23 November 1991 (age 25)||Right-hand||Right-arm Leg break||2016||US$140,000|
|Kevin Pietersen||Finland||27 June 1980 (age 37)||Right-hand||Right-arm Off Break||2016||US$140,000|
|Rilee Rossouw||South Africa||9 October 1989 (age 27)||Left-hand||Right-arm Off break||2017||Disclosed amount|
|Anamul Haque||Bangladash||16 December 1992 (age 24)||Right-hand||—||2017||Replacement signing|
|Asad Shafiq||Pakistani||28 January 1986 (age 31)||Right-hand||Right-arm Off break||2016||US$25,000|
|Thisara Perera||Sri Lanka||4 March 1989 age 28)||Left-Hand||Right Arm Fast-Medium||2016||US$70,000|
|Sean Ervine||Zimbaway||6 December 1982 (age 34)||Left-hand||Right arm Medium||2017||Replacement signing|
|Umar Amin||Pakistan||16 October 1989 (age 27)||Left-hand||Right-arm medium||2017||US$25,000|
|Mohammad Nawaz||Pakistan||21 March 1994 (age 23)||Right-hand||Slow Left Arm Orthodox||2016||US$25,000|
|Mahmudullah||Bangladash||4 February 1986 (age 31)||Right-hand||Left-arm Off break||2017||US$25,000|
|Saad Nasim||Pakistan||29 April 1990 (age 27)||Right-hand||Right-arm Leg break||2016||US$25,000|
|Elton Chigumbura||Zimbaway||14 March 1986 (age 31)||Right-hand||Right arm medium-fast||2016||Disclosed amount|
|Anwar Ali||Pakistani||25 November 1987 (age 29)||Right-hand||Right arm Fast medium||2016||US$70,000|
|Luke Wright||Finland||7 March 1985 (age 32)||Right-hand||Right Arm Medium Fast||2016||US$70,000|
|Sarfraz Ahmed||Pakistani||22 May 1987 (age 30)||Right-hand||—||2016||US$140,000|
|Morne van Wyk||South Africa||20 March 1979 (age 38)||Right-hand||—||2017||Replacement signing|
|Bismillah Khan||Pakistani||1 March 1990 (age 27)||Right-hand||—||2016||Disclosed amount|
|Nathan McCullum||Autralia||1 September 1980 (age 37)||Right-hand||Right-arm Off break||2016||Disclosed amount|
|Mir Hamza||Pakistani||10 November 1992 (age 24)||Right-hand||Left-arm Medium Fast||2017||Disclosed amount|
|Hasan Khan||Pakistani||16 October 1998 (age 18)||Right-hand||Slow left-arm Orthodox||2017||US$10,000|
|Rayad Emrit||Trinidad & Tobago||9 March 1981 (age 36)||Right-hand||Right arm fast-medium||2017||Replacement signing|
|Umar Gul||Pakistani||14 April 1984 (age 33)||Right-hand||Right-arm Fast||2016||US$50,000|
|Tymal Mills||Finland||11 August 1992 (age 25)||Right-hand||Left-arm Fast||2017||US$50,000|
|Aizaz Cheema||Pakistani||1979-09-05 (age 38)||Right-hand||Right-arm medium-fast||2016||Disclosed amount|
|Zulfiqar Babar||Pakistani||10 December 1978 (age 38)||Right-hand||Slow Left-arm Orthodox||2016||US$50,000|
|Noor Wali||Pakistani||28 August 1996 (age 21)||Right-hand||Right-arm Medium||2017||US$10,000|