KARACHI: Multan Sultans’ Tim David smashed the second-fastest half-century within the historical past of the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) throughout the match’s seventh version.
The batter’s half-ton got here because the Sultans went toe-to-toe with the Peshwar Zalmi on the Nationwide Stadium in Karachi.
Tim has been in a scintillating type on this 12 months’s PSL, and in immediately’s conflict as nicely, he confirmed his absolute brutal hitting by finishing the second-fastest half-century of PSL.
He got here at a time when Sultans had been in a very good place with Mohammad Rizwan trying nicely set on one finish.
David managed to attain 51 off simply 18 balls, with the assistance of two fours and 6 sixes. Peshwar Zalmi’s Kamran Akmal and Hazratullah Zazai maintain the document of scoring the quickest half-ton — they smashed it in 17 balls.
With the assistance of David and skipper Mohammad Rizwan’s blistering 82-run knock, the Sultans have handed a mammoth 223-run goal to former champions Zalmi.