Bowling in the passing overs in a T20 match can be frightening for any youth. What’s more, if a ground-breaking player, for example, Shoaib Maqsood is at the batting end, any bowler will miss his line now and again. In any case, Arshad Iqbal was found to confront an alternate sort of issue while bowling to him during a Pakistan Super League coordinate on Saturday.
The episode occurred during the 10th match of the competition when Karachi Kings were playing Multan Sultans. During the sixteenth over of the Multan’s innings, Shoiab Maqsoodwas batting against the right-arm medium pacer Arshad Iqbal. Attempting to bowl a back of the hand more slow ball to Maqsood, the ball evaded the fingers of Iqbal.
As the ball left his hand, it took off and over the batsman’s head. The ball was calculated so wide on the leg stumps that the attendant couldn’t arrive at it all things considered. The ball in the long run moved to the limit for a four. The umpire flagged a no-ball.
With that, Iqbal additionally got an admonition from the umpire. Had he bowled another ball that way, he would have been prohibited from bowling in the innings. Fortunately for Karachi Kings, that didn’t occur as he finished his spell of four overs simply by giving 36 runs and getting two wickets. The video was shared by Wisden on Twitter by their authority handle.
Multan Sultans exploited batting first on a decent track in Karachi. Mohammad Rizwan (43 runs), Chris Lynn (32 runs), James Vince (45 runs) and Shoaib Maqsood (34 runs) all contributed as Multan finished with a score of 195 for 6 in their 20 overs. Aside from their chief, Imad Wasim, none of the Karachi Kings bowlers had the option to hold their economy down and yielded some urgent runs.
Iqbal was the pick of the bowlers with two scalps while the others contributed with one wicket each. Going to the pursuit, Babar Azam, the Kings captain, never looked halting on this level wicket as he proceeded to score an unbeaten 90-run thump to win the experience for his side.