PSL 2023: Usman Khan sets the record on fire, hits century in 36 balls, breaks this record within 24 hours

PSL 2023 Usman Khan Fastest PSL Century

New Delhi: As the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is moving towards its end, so is its excitement. A day earlier on Friday, South African player Riley Rossouw scored the fastest century in 41 balls. Now on Saturday, Multan Sultans batsman Usman Khan broke his record in just 24 hours. Usman did such explosive batting against Quetta Gladiators that the bowlers were blown away.

Scored century in just 36 balls

Usman, who came to start the batting in a quick manner, created an outcry by hitting fours and sixes. He took the century in just 36 balls and holds the record for the fastest century in the history of PSL. In this case, he broke the record of Riley Rossouw, who broke his own record by hitting a 41-ball century on Friday while playing for Multan Sultans. Earlier, Rossouw has done the feat of hitting a century in 43 balls. In terms of IPL, Usman broke the record of Yusuf Pathan, who scored a century in 37 balls. Although he lagged behind number-1 occupied Chris Gayle. Gayle has a record of century in just 30 balls.

hit fours and sixes

The special thing is that Usman scored a half century in 21 balls. After this, he hit 48 runs in the next 15 balls. Usman did not leave any such over in this match, in which fours and sixes were not hit. In the sixth over, he thrashed Kais Ahmed fiercely. He hit 6,4,6,6,4 fours and sixes.

120 runs in 43 balls

Usman, who was batting in an explosive manner, did not stop. In the ninth over, once again he came into play and once again tore apart Ahmed. Once again, by 6,4,6,4,6 thoks, he told that if he dared to stop him today, he would set them on fire. Usman kept this fire going till the 10th over. He hit 12 fours-9 sixes in 43 balls and hit 120 runs at a strike rate of more than 279.

Finally, Mohammad Nawaz hunted Usman on the very first ball of the 11th over. Umran Akmal stumped him and sent him to the pavilion. When Usman was out, the team scored 157 runs in 10 overs. At the same time, captain and wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan also maintained this rhythm from the other end. He scored 59 runs in 29 balls hitting 6 fours and 2 sixes.

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