Aamer Yamin Set A Shameful Record For Getting Most Runs in a Single Over in PSL History
Aamer Yamin gave 29 runs in one over, making it the most expensive over in the history of PSL. Alex Hales scored the most runs in a single over (29 runs) in the PSL history, hitting five fours and a six in an over including one no-ball. After that, Karachi captain Babar Azam did not dare to hand over the ball to the bowler. In the end, Hales played an innings of 46 off 21 balls.
Most Expensive Over in PSL
Amir Yamin set a shame record to his name, Aamir Yamin over become the most expensive over in the history of PSL. Previously, the record for most runs in an over in PSL was held by Mohammad Irfan. He gave 26 runs in one over in the 3rd edition of PSL. Then there is Afghan bowler Kayes. He gave 26 in one over in the last edition. Besides, Mohammad Newaz and Mohammad Musa have scored 27 and 28 runs in one over respectively.
Karachi Kings and Islamabad United played in the group stage of the Pakistan Super League yesterday (Wednesday) at the National Stadium in Karachi. Karachi Kings young bowler Amer Yamin set a shameful record in the second innings of the match.
At the end of the allotted 20 overs, Sharjeel Khan’s century and Babar Azam’s half-century were scored by Amer Yamin’s Karachi. But the Karachi bowlers could not hold back Islamabad with a target of 200 runs. Karachi lost the match by 5 wickets with 5 balls to spare. The 7th Match of PSL Live Streaming 2021 will be broadcasted live on Bsports on 26th March 2021.
Former New Zealand cricketer Bert Vince holds the record for most runs in an over in all recognized forms of cricket. He gave 6 runs in one over! Angered at the captain, the bowler hit no sixes, hit seven sixes and six fours in direct balls.
English pacer Stuart Broad holds the record for most runs in an over in an international Twenty20. In the 2007 World Cup, Yuvraj Singh hit six sixes off six balls. New Zealand has a record of 43 runs in an over in a match of the Ford Trophy. List A is the highest run-scoring record in one over.
Such a spooky over was done by a bowler named Ludic. The previous record was in the Sheikh Jamal-Abahani match in the Dhaka Premier League. Abahani bowler Alauddin Babu’s Elton Chigumbura took 39 runs in one over.