Fakhar Zaman, the Lahore Qalandars’ opening batsman, set a PSL record by hitting the most sixes (90) in HBL Pakistan Super Association (PSL) history.
The left-hander crushed Hassan Ali for a six over short fine leg on Monday, completing his 36-run victory over Islamabad Joined.
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The 32-year-old has a lot of structure because he scored 96 runs off 45 balls against Peshawar Zalmi on Sunday, helping his team win by 40 runs.
In the 45 balls Fakhar played, he hit 10 sixes and three fours, which is the most in a HBL PSL innings and tied for second place.
In addition, Fakhar scored the most runs during the previous HBL PSL season, scoring 588 runs at an average of 45.23 and a strike rate of 152.72.