73 off 33 – A terrific score with a strike rate of 221.21, only Mohammad Hafeez’s things. The 2020’s top run-scorer in the T20 format is showing his strength in the PSL as well.
Undoubtedly, his innings are the second thing that let Qalandars win their second encounter of the PSL 6 – that too against the Sarfaraz-led Gladiators.
Do you wonder why the second thing but not the first? (as mentioned in the above statement). The reason is, because Usman Shinwari’s no-ball remains the first one. 😀
The man who deserves the credits for Qalandars’ triumph
Hafeez smashed back-to-back boundaries. He stepped in the ground with rhythm and has an aim – an aim to clinch the triumph for Lahore Qalandars.
His efforts could have gone into vain if Usman Shinwari could not have come up with 19 runs in the 14th over. The Gladiator bowler costed Sarafarz and co the second consecutive defeat of the PSL 6.
Talking about the main topic, Hafeez’s form has been incredible in the T20 format. The batter has already surpassed 2000 T20I runs and is looking forward to achieving terrific milestones in PSL as well.
He will be rendering his services to the Qalandars once again on 26th February against Multan Sultans. Not only professor but 82 off 52 shows the original class of Fakhar Zaman – the man has been in mediocre servings since the last many games.
Zero consistency was costing him a lot but finally, he chose to play as he ended with a magnificent strike rate of 157.69.
The Fakhar-Hafeez not-out duo let the side accomplish this game with a margin of 9 wicket victory. Kinda sad environment going around in Gladiators’ hotel rooms 🙂