Watch: Pakistan Star Speedster Shaheen Afridi bowled superb delivery to break bat, shatters stumps in a PSL Match

Lahore Qalandars Shaheen Afridi

The star speedster for Pakistan, Shaheen Afridi, is back to his merciless best after bowling two jaw-dropping deliveries that stunned the cricket community.

This happened during the Lahore Qalandars vs Peshawar Zalmi game on Sunday.

Muhammad Harris didn’t know how to respond to the bowler’s first pitch, and when he tried to play the ball, he was left bewildered; as a result, his bat was broken.

Harris was still awaiting his next delivery from Shaheen where the latter successfully hit the stump with his class delivery.

The video received a flood of views on social media.



Speaking about the game’s overall pace, Lahore Qalandars chose to bat first and amassed a whopping 241 runs.

Fakhar Zaman, who scored 96 runs off of 45 balls, was ably supported by Abdullah Shafique and Sam Billings, who played stunning knocks of 75 and 47 runs, respectively, to build the foundation for Qalanadars.

The battle between Babar and Shaheen, in which the latter rapidly secured the wicket of a world-class batsman, was the focus of the event.

Babar reacted in jest when asked about Shaheen’s conflict “Kya Karien naa Khelien? Khelna Toh padega hi ” The entire media room began to chuckle on his response.

The League is renowned for developing talented fast bowlers and showing their abilities on a global platform.

Since the PSL is known for its high calibre quick bowling and is one of the most-watched leagues in the world, it needs to generate quality batters as well so that the league’s standards may rise to an elite level.

As power outages are becoming more regular and everyone is aware of Pakistan’s poor economic situation, the fact that the floodlights went out during yesterday’s game is a sign that things are considerably worse in our neighbouring country.

PSL season 9 is in the middle of the competition, and different clubs are now favouring their chances of winning the championship.