Shahid Afridi moved back the years as he lit up the progressing version of Pakistan Super League (PSL) by crushing four successive sixes against Peshawar Zalmi.
Previous Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi moved back the years as he lit up the continuous version of Pakistan Super League (PSL) by crushing four sequential sixes against Peshawar Zalmi on Thursday. 19-year-old seamer, Sameen Gul was forced to bear Afridi’s ambush as the right-hander hammered four massive sixes. Be that as it may, Afridi’s courageous endeavors went futile as Karachi Kings lost the match to Peshawar Zalmi.
Pursuing an aggressive focus of 182, Kings lost four early wickets. Afridi’s counter-assault gave a similarity of seek after his side as he pounded Gul in the thirteenth over. Be that as it may, his stay at the wrinkle was shortlived in the wake of being rejected by Liam Dawson in the consequent over.
Prior, Afridi had repeated his want of playing he last of the third Pakistan Super League. “I am playing for Karachi Kings without precedent for the PSL and it is my desire to see us playing in the last on 25 March as it is being held in Karachi out of the blue,” Afridi said.
“A cricketer can request nothing more. My fans still make the most of my exhibitions and I adore that and keep on playing for them,” PTI cited him saying.