PSL 2018: Shahid Afridi Takes A Blinder

PSL 2018: Shahid Afridi Takes A Blinder

PSL 2018: Shahid Afridi Takes A Blinder: In cricketing speech, gets win matches and that is precisely what previous Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi did on Friday in a Pakistan Super League (PSL) coordinate. Karachi Kings star Afridi got every one of the features against Quetta Gladiators as he pulled off an amazing catch. Afridi got Umar Amin on 31, after the batsman hit a length conveyance from Muhammad Irfan with savage power towards the long-on limit. At the point when everybody thought the ball was cruising over the limit rope, Afridi jumped up and stuck his correct hand up getting the ball with one hand and hurling it open to question. He at that point kept running back inside the playing field and finished the catch effectively.

The second match of the Pakistan Super League between Quetta Gladiators and Karachi Kings engaged the Dubai swarm all through as Karachi enrolled their first-historically speaking win against the Gladiators in the competition’s history. Karachi beat the Gladiators by 19 keeps running as they confined them to 130/9 out of 20 overs while pursuing 150.

Twitter was all acclaim for Afridi after his stunning catch.

Prior, Kings rode on Colin Ingram’s quickfire 21-ball 41 as they posted 149/9 out of 20 overs. They were on course to a higher aggregate however the Gladiators’ bowler Shane Watson put in a fine show with the ball in the last finished taking three wickets. He came back with figures of 3/22 in his portion of four overs.

Pursuing 150, Gladiators neglected to fabricate associations as they continued losing wickets in consistent interims. Imad Wasim, Tymall Mills and Irfan took two wickets each while Afridi and Mohammad Amir picked one each.

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