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‘Full Gully Cricket Vibe’- Islamabad skipper Shadab Khan pushes Mohammad Hasnain during PSL match

Shadab Khan and Mohammad Hasnain

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‘Full Gully Cricket Vibe’- Islamabad skipper Shadab Khan pushes Mohammad Hasnain during PSL match

During the 13th match of the ongoing Pakistan Super League in Karachi, skipper of Islamabad United, Shadab Khan engaged in a hilarious moment with Quetta Gladiators bowler Mohammad Hasnain and the skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed.

In the fourth over of the first innings, Shadab gently pushed the yorker delivery bowled by Hasnain. The pacer collected the ball and his body momentum took him toward the striker’s end. The Islamabad skipper rushed toward Hasnain and tried to give him an innocuous push which the fast bowler managed to avoid.

Adding up the spice to the incident, wicketkeeper Sarfaraz ran towards Shadab and signalled to hit him for troubling his fast bowler. The commentators also couldn’t control their laughs and the crowd also enjoyed the entire scene.

Islamabad registered a big win against Quetta

Talking about the match, Islamabad scored a mammoth 220 for the loss of 6 wickets in their 20 overs. However, the team lost the first 4 wickets for 71 runs after that Azam Khan and Asif Ali put up a partnership of 98 runs for the fifth wicket. Azam was in beast mode and smashed the Quetta bowlers all over the park. The wicketkeeper batter got out after scoring 97 runs off 42 balls. He smashed nine fours and eight sixes during his inning. Meanwhile, Ali scored 42 off 24 balls, with one four and four sixes. Hasnain and Odean Smith shared 2-2 wickets each, while Nassem Shah and Aimal Khan scalped 1-1 wickets.

Chasing a big total, Quetta didn’t have a great start as they lost 3 wickets for just 26 runs. After that, Mohammad Hafeez (48 off 26) added 69 runs with Will Smeed (17 off 11) for the fourth wicket. The Gladiators again started losing wickets at regular intervals. Skipper Ahmed managed to 41 runs off 36 balls as Quetta got bowled out for 157 runs in 19.1 overs. Fazalhaq Farooqi and Hasan Ali scalped 3-3 wickets for Islamabad, while Shadab and Abrar Ahmed shared 2-2 wickets



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