Afghanistan Premier League: Zazai records six sixths

NEW DELHI: Rising star Hazratullah Zazai, who played 2 ODIs and 3 T2OIs for Afghanistan, made his presence felt by scoring six goals in a match lost in the Afghan Premier League at the Sharjah cricket stadium on Sunday.

With this record achievement, Zazai has joined the list of elite players, who have achieved the same result in various formats of the game, such as Sir Garfield Sobers, Ravi Shastri, Herschelle Gibbs, Yuvraj Singh, Alex Hales, Ravindra Jadeja and Misbah. ul-Haq.

Representative Kabul Zwanan, the left-handed drummer pulled out all his weapons by firing against Balkh Legends' left-arm orthodox thrower, Abdullah Mazari.

Zazai turned Mazari's debut into a nightmare by hitting it all over the park and selecting 37 tracks, including one wide.

Zazai, who was finally fired for a 17-ball game, 62, scored a total of 50 balls on 12 balls, the fastest in the history of T20 cricket. Yuvraj and Chris Gayle were the two other drummers to score 12 pins.

The 20-year-old is on a roll after becoming the first player to score a century in the T20 league who opposed the Nangarhar Leopards.

Defending 244, the Balkh won a 21-point win against Kabul after limiting them to 223/7 out of 20 retirees. The Gayle's 80 aggressors propelled Balkh into a formidable total and, in response, Zazai's fifty burning machines threatened to revise him, but Kabul finally missed out on his target.

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