Islamabad United won the toss and invited Lahore Qalandars to take guard.
Batting first, Qalandars scored 166/6 in their 20 overs. Mohammad Rizwan was the top scorer for the team with an unbeaten on the scoreboard.
Skipper Azhar Ali made 27 runs for the team while Dwayne Bravo and Naved Yasin scored 26 and 25 runs respectively for the team.
Mohammad Sami took two wickets for the United side.
The Islamabad side reached the target in 15.5 overs with eight wickets to spare.
Openers Shane Watson and Sharjeel Khan both scored 79 runs for the team. They also hit seven sixes each to seal the game for the side.
Ehsan Adil took two wickets for Lahore.