New Delhi: The thrill of cricket is its biggest feature. It cannot be said when what will happen in this. In the Pakistan Super League (PSL), cricketers from all over the world are seen stealing the show with their brilliant performances. A similar view has been presented by Zimbabwean player Sikandar Raza. In the match played between Lahore Qalandars and Quetta Gladiators on Thursday, Qalandars player Sikandar Raza first stunned with his explosive batting, then surprised with his excellent fielding.
One handed six near the boundary
The view of Sikandar’s excellent fielding was seen in the fifth over. Quetta batsman Will Smeed was playing 27 runs in 14 balls. When Rashid Khan bowled the fifth ball of this over, Smeed hit it over square leg, but fielder Sikandar Raza standing here immediately came into action and flew into the air. He caught the ball with one hand near the boundary and threw it away. The spectators sitting in the stadium were stunned to see this brilliant fielding by Raza. In this way he saved important runs for his team.
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Sikandar Raza showed explosive batting
Before this Alexander became a warrior of Qalandars. He batted brilliantly for the team in times of crisis. Raza came out to bat at number 7 and scored runs at a strike rate of 200. Despite wickets falling from one end, Raza stood on the ground. He hit 8 fours-3 sixes in just 34 balls and scored an unbeaten 71 runs. Lahore Qalandars scored 148 runs in 19.2 overs despite falling 7 wickets for 50 runs thanks to Raza’s brilliant batting. Due to Raza’s brilliant batting and fielding, Qalandars won the match by 17 runs. Chasing the target, the team of Quetta Gladiators could only score 131 runs in 20 overs.