New Delhi: The new talent of cricket is coming to the fore all over the world and is surprising. One such talent came to the fore in a match of Pakistan Premier League (PSL 2023) on Wednesday. In the match played between Peshawar Zalmi and Karachi Kings, Zalmi’s young batsman Hasibullah Khan created such a rebellion that it became difficult to believe his eyes. After captain Babar Azam and wicketkeeper Mohammad Harris were dismissed in the very first over, Hasibullah created a storm and hit fours and sixes. He hit 4 fours-3 sixes in 29 balls and scored 50 runs at a strike rate of over 172. Hasibullah hit many stylish sixes in his innings.
Hitting sixes on the balls of Imad Wasim
A similar scene was seen in the seventh over. As soon as Imad Wasim bowled the fourth ball of the over, Imad bent his knees and hit a six over deep backward. Soon after, Hasibullah once again showed his attitude and hit the fifth ball towards long off for a six. Hasibullah, who hit sixes off Imad, became the victim of Tabrez Shamsi in the 10th over. Ben Cutting caught Shamsi and sent him to the pavilion.
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Who is Hasibullah Khan
Left-handed batsman Hasibullah Khan was born in Pishin, Pakistan. He has been a part of the Under-16 and Under-19 teams for Pakistan. He also performed brilliantly in the Under-19 World Cup. Recently he rocked List A cricket. Khan has so far scored 416 runs in 10 First Class matches, 1165 runs in 24 List A matches and 224 runs in 10 T20 matches. He averages over 50 in List A. It would not be wrong to say that this young batsman will go a long way in his career on the basis of his class.