Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2019 had plenty of action stored for cricketing fans as the players thrilled the audience whether it be with the bat or balls. Throughout 31 days, the cricket fever took over the nation and we saw an incredible tournament unfold with cricketers from all around the world showcasing their talent.
Colin Ingram’s match-winning century against Quetta Gladiators
The Karachi Kings batsman proved to be one-man wrecking army against Quetta Gladiators as he smashed the first century of the tournament. The batsman also became the first overseas player in the domestic competition to score in triple figures as he played a knock of 127 runs in 59 balls.
Cameron Delport smashes the fastest century in PSL history
The Islamabad United opener smashed the fastest ton in PSL history as he achieved the feat in just 49 balls. He went on to score 117 runs, which is the second highest individual score.
Usman Shinwari defends five runs against Quetta Gladiators
Karachi Kings had to beat Quetta Gladiators if they were to qualify for the playoff stage. Needing to defend five runs, Usman Shinwari came on to bowl and bowled his side to a one-run win in the tournament — thus eliminating Lahore Qalandars from the competition.
Misbah-ul-Haq guides Peshawar to victory after being 20-5
Making his PSL debut for Peshawar Zalmi, the veteran proved why age is just a number for him as he struck a match-winning knock of 49 from 32 balls which included four boundaries and two maximums to wrap up a sensational win for his side.
Ahmed Shehzad’s 99-run knock against Quetta Gladiators
Fresh off his match-winning 73-run knock against Islamabad United, the opening batsman scored 99 runs against Karachi Kings which included eight fours and six maximums. It may have been in a losing cause, but it was one of his finest performances with the bat.