WATCH: ‘Pissed off’ Mohammed Amir throws ball at Babar Azam in Pakistan Tremendous League 2023
Peshawar Zalmi locked horns with Karachi Kings in match no. 2 of the Pakistan Tremendous League 2023 (PSL) at Nationwide Stadium on Tuesday (February 14) and received the competition by a detailed margin of two runs.
Requested to bat first, Peshawar displayed an excellent present and put up an enormous complete of 199/5 on the board. Tom Kohler-Cadmore performed an outstanding 92-run knock for his workforce and was properly supported by his skipper Babar Azam who scored an honest 68 off 46 deliveries. In the meantime, Andrew Tye and Imran Tahir picked a wicket every for Karachi.
Nonetheless, there was additionally a second within the first innings of the sport when issues received fairly heated between Babar and Mohammad Amir of Karachi. Notably, Babar was beforehand a part of the Karachi-based franchise as captain however switched to Peshawar for the eighth version of the PSL.
Babar hit Amir for a traditional 4 on the second final ball of the fifth over. The frustration on the left-arm pacer’s face after conceding a boundary was clearly seen. Subsequent, on the ultimate ball of the powerplay, he produced a straighter supply to Peshawar’s captain, which the latter defended with ease because the white leather-based went direct into the fingers of the bowler.
Quickly after gathering the ball, livid Amir threw it again in the direction of Babar. Though the 30-year-old meant to hit the stumps, he missed the goal by a great distance, and the wicketkeeper gathered the ball.
Right here’s the video:
Mohammad Amir throws ball in the direction of Babar Azam in frustration🤯pic.twitter.com/TAqV3xaS1W
— Cricket Pakistan (@cricketpakcompk) February 15, 2023
Chasing 200 for victory, Karachi additionally received off to a promising begin, with skipper Imad Wasim scoring a valiant 80 off 47 balls. Shoaib Malik additionally performed a fiery 52-run knock however didn’t get his workforce throughout the road as Karachi finally misplaced the competition by two runs.
However, James Neesham and Waham Riaz scalped two wickets every for Peshawar, and Kohler-Cadmore was adjudged ‘Participant of the Match’ for his exploits within the recreation.