Mohammad Shahzad played a stormy innings in Everest Premier League
Dhoni, Rohit, Virat are all playing. Along with this, in some leagues of the world, the strength of their fans is also being seen.
Wherever you look nowadays, there is a lot of fun of T20. Dhoni, Rohit, Virat are all playing. Along with this, the strength of the players who want him is also being seen in some leagues of the world. Now take only a superfan of Dhoni, who saw a storm with the bat in the Everest Premier League being played on the land of Nepal. By the way, let us tell you that you will also be well acquainted with this superfan batsman of Dhoni. This man is Afghanistan’s wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Shahzad. Yes, there those who are also called Afghan Dhoni. Hitting long sixes like Dhoni is also fond of him. And, this hobby is awakened only by seeing Dhoni inside him. However, today he is in discussion because he has done bad condition to the team of an old friend of Rohit Sharma. Has played an important role in not defeating him but in mulling it completely.
The match was between Pokhara Rhinos and Chitwan Tigers in the Everest Premier League of Nepal. In this match, an old friend of Rohit Sharma from the team of Pokhara Rhinos i.e. who had once played for Mumbai in IPL, Richard Levy, who started the innings for Mumbai with Rohit Sharma, was also playing. At the same time, Dhoni’s fan was part of the Chitwan Tigers team.
20 over match ended in 47 balls!
In the match, Pokhara Rhinos batted first. But in this 20 over match, he got all out for just 66 runs. That too in just 15 overs. In this, Richard Levy, who once opened on the IPL pitch with Rohit Sharma, scored only 19 runs. Now Chitwan Tigers had an easy target of 67 runs and full 20 overs were in hand. But, where there is Mohammad Shahzad, who has a blast like Dhoni, who should wait for 20 overs for such a small target. Shahzad created such a storm and laid such a foundation that the victory was finalized in just 7.5 overs i.e. 47 balls.
Dhoni’s fan scored runs at a strike rate of 500!
Mohammad Shahzad, who came to open, missed his half-century in this match by just 2 runs. He was dismissed for 48 runs in 26 balls, in which he scored 40 runs at a strike rate of 500 through boundaries in just 8 balls. 7 fours and 2 sixes were included in the innings that decided the victory of Mohammad Shahzad.
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