During a cricket match, Peshawar Zalmi was tasked with chasing a score of 185 runs. Mohammad Haris began the innings with a strong performance, hitting multiple boundaries and a six in the first few overs.
Babar Azam also got off to a good start, hitting a boundary and a six before being caught for 23 runs. Haris continued to dominate, hitting a fifty in just 29 balls, and was supported by Saim Ayub, who hit a big six. However, Haris was eventually dismissed for 53.
Azam hit another boundary before being caught for 6. Ayub was also caught for 19. Danish Aziz started off aggressively with back-to-back boundaries.
In the opposing team’s innings, Ahsan Ali and Abdul Wahid Bangalzai opened the batting, with Bangalzai hitting the first six of the match.
Wahab Riaz removed Ahsan and Umar Akmal for five and a duck, respectively. Bangalzai continued to attack before being stumped for 28. Iftikhar Ahmed and Khushdil Shah had a 51-run partnership, with Khushdil hitting two sixes. However, Khushdil was caught at the boundary for 36. Iftikhar continued to perform, hitting a fifty in 42 balls and sixes in the final over to finish at 94 not out from 50 balls.