Sohail Khan made a record by taking 4 wickets in 4 balls, joined the list of players like Malinga and Rashid Khan - Newztezz Online


Thursday, August 24, 2023

Sohail Khan made a record by taking 4 wickets in 4 balls, joined the list of players like Malinga and Rashid Khan


 US Masters T-10 League: New York Warriors defeated Atlanta Riders by 6 wickets in the 12th match of US Masters T-10 League. In this match, Pakistan's fast bowler Sohail Khan played an important role in the victory of Warriors. Sohail got his name registered in the pages of history by taking 4 wickets in 4 balls including hat-trick. Sohail took 4 wickets for 15 runs in 2 overs in this match. He was also awarded the player of the match for his excellent bowling.

Sohail Khan also joined a special club by taking 4 wickets in 4 balls. Before Sohail Khan, Lasith Malinga, Jason Holder, Curtis Campher and Rashid Khan have also achieved the feat of taking 4 wickets in 4 consecutive balls. After this special achievement of his, he has come in a lot of limelight. On the other hand, if we talk about this match, after the brilliant performance of Sohail Khan in bowling, Jonathan Carter played an important role for the Warriors in batting.

Carter gave his team a miraculous victory by hitting two sixes in the last two balls of the match. The final over saw 4 sixes from the bats of Misbah-ul-Haq and Carter and thus the Warriors pulled off this miraculous victory by scoring a total of 27 runs in the last over. Batting first, Atlanta Riders openers Robin Uthappa and Lendl Simmons made a steady start. Both took the Riders past 50 runs in the fifth over and hit 3 sixes and 4 fours during this.

The Riders were 72/0 till the 7th over but Sohail Khan's lethal bowling saw the Warriors stage a comeback in the last over to restrict the Riders to 103/6 in 10 overs. In reply, New York Warriors opener Kamran Akmal was dismissed for 4 runs in the very first over, leaving Richard Levi and Tillakaratne Dilshan together at the crease. However, Levi was also dismissed in the next over. Warriors needed 62 runs in the last five overs. Afridi and Carter then struck back before the Pakistani cricketer was dismissed for 14. Warriors needed 30 runs to win in the last two overs and both of them rained sixes in the last over to win their team.

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