Updated: November 17, 2020 1:13:37 pm
Haris Rauf of Lahore Qalandars tormented the Multan Sultans batsmen within the playoff match of Pakistan Super League on Sunday and received the web by apologising to Shahid Afridi after the match for dismissing the previous Pakistan skipper for a first-ball duck.
Rauf scalped three wickets, gifting away simply 30 runs at an financial system fee of seven.50. In the 14th over of the chase, Afridi got here rather than Rilee Rossouw when Multan Sultans have been lowered to 116/5. On the fifth ball of his over, Rauf castled Afridi for a primary ball duck with a magnificence.
Rauf’s inswinging supply sneaked by means of Afridi’s legs and dislodged the bails in some style. As quickly because the ball hit the stumps, the pacer apologised to Afridi with folded arms.
— PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) November 15, 2020
Reacting to the incident, Afridi known as it a ‘great and unplayable yorker’.
It was an amazing and unplayable yorker Haris very properly bowled! Please bowl gradual to me subsequent time 😜 congratulations to Qalandars for closing berth. Look ahead to an thrilling match tomorrow. Thank you Sultans followers for supporting us all through the season. https://t.co/GySOxr43ov
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) November 16, 2020
Fighting for a spot within the closing, Lahore Qalandars and Multan Sultans locked horns on the National Stadium in Karachi on November 15. After setting a goal of 183, Lahore bundled Multan on 157 in 19.1 overs to win the match by 25 runs.
For the Qalandars, South Africa’s David Wiese made the distinction as he starred with each bat and ball. After scoring a quickfire 48 off simply 21 balls with 5 fours and three sixes, he shone within the second innings as he registered an excellent 3/27 off his stipulated 4 overs.
Rauf is the main wicket taker in T20s in 2020 with 50 wickets. It’s the seventh occasion a Pakistani participant has taken 50+ wickets in a calendar yr in T20s.
Lahore Qalandars have now set a date with Karachi Kings within the summit conflict on November 17.
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