Steam is flying off Chris Lane’s head, photo goes viral on social media
Steam is flying off Chris Lane’s head, photo goes viral on social media! 1st March 2020) Photo of Lahore Qalandars Australian opener Chris Lane went viral on social media. During a match from Peshawar Zalmi to Rawalpindi, it felt as if steam was rising from the head of Chris Lane. Yes, this video was also shared on social media, which led to many interesting comments, some said it was too hot, some said that tea was boiling.
Remember that in the crucial match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020, Zalmai defeated the Lahore Qalandars by 16 runs. Following the target of 133 runs, Qalandars suffered the first loss in the form of Chris Lane. He scored 30 off 15 balls and was caught out by Gregory. Mohammad Hafeez was caught out for only one run, while skipper Sohail Akhtar of Lahore scored 12 runs.
Lahore Qalandars scored 116 runs for 6 wickets in the stipulated 12 overs and lost 16 runs
Fakhr Zaman was out for 22 runs off Gregory, Lahore Qalandars scored 116 runs for 6 wickets in the stipulated 12 overs and lost 16 runs in the match which is their third consecutive defeat. Earlier, Lahore Qalandars captain Sohail Akhtar won the toss and invited Peshawar Zalmi to bat first.
The 11th match between Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi was delayed due to rain and bad outfield in the Pakistan Super League, which resulted in the match being restricted to 12 overs. Peshawar Zalmi was attacked by Kamran Akmal and Benton. Shaheen Shah Afridi and Salman Irshad scored 32 runs in the first 3 overs. Shaheen Shah Afridi took wickets for Kamran Akmal but by that time only 25 runs were scored against him in two overs, Kamran Akmal made 14 runs out.
Peshawar Zalmi completed the half-century
Peshawar Zalmi completed the half-century of the team in the fifth over, for which the new batsman Haider Ali gave full support to David Benton and David Wiese got the second wicket at 69 when Benton returned to the Pavilion by 34 runs. David Waves caught the ball. Haidar Ali looked very good form and he scored 34 runs off 12 balls. His innings included six and four fours, the run rate did not matter despite the wickets being dropped and the newcomers kept aggressive. However, Mohammad Mohsin Safar and Gregory were dismissed for 16 runs, Peshawar Zalmi rain. In the stipulated 12 overs of the match, 132 runs for 7 wickets.
Dilbar Hussain got the highest wicket for Lahore Qalandars, scoring 24 runs in the three over quota. He scored 12 off 9 balls with the help of a six and Dilbar Hussain caught the ball of Shaheen Shah Afridi on the last ball.