Peshawar Zalmi’s top-order batsman, Haider Ali, has created history by becoming the youngest batsman to register a PSL half-century. The right-handed batsman did it in just 31 balls against Lahore Qalandars earlier today.
The emerging category player is only 19 years old and recently represented the Pakistan Under-19 team in the Cricket World Cup earlier this year.
He hit 4 sixes and as many fours to bring finish with 69 runs off just 43 balls. The youngster is being hailed as a future star and he has already proved to be an asset for Peshawar Zalmi thanks to his blistering strokeplay.
SIX! 13.4 – H Rauf to H Ali
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— PeshawarZalmi (@PeshawarZalmi) March 10, 2020
A number of youngsters have graduated from the PSL to represent the national side and cricket experts are touting him to be the next all-format member of Pakistan cricket team.