The target of 185 was challenging after Quetta’s Iftikhar hit Wahab Riaz for six sixes in an over. In response, the Zalmi batsmen tried their best. Mohammad Haris scored 53 runs in 35 balls, while Afridi played a blistering 25 runs in 17 balls, which surprised the fans. At the age of 42, Afridi was hitting shots very easily. It was shocking for everyone.
Afridi played some big shots aggressively. Fans believed that the aging all-rounder looked younger than many young 25-year-old cricketers. When he landed on the field, the slogans of ‘Boom Boom’ started echoing in the entire Bugti Stadium. There was a flood of reactions on social media to welcome the legendary Pakistani all-rounder. Afridi and Babar (23 runs) did their best after Haris’ half-century. However, Gladiators fast bowler Naseem Shah managed to save 9 runs in the last over to give his team a 3-run win.
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