Young pacer Ihsanullah registered himself in the record books of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) as the right-arm pacer returned with seventh-best bowling figures in the league’s history.
In the ongoing third match of the PSL 8 between Multan Sultans and Quetta Gladiators, right-arm pacer Ihsanullah ran through the visitors’ batting lineup as he picked up five wickets for a mere 12 runs in his four-over spell.
Following his astounding performance, the 20-year-old pacer has now the seventh-best bowling figures in PSL history to his name.
The right-arm pacer dismissed Gladiators’ captain Sarfaraz Ahmed in his first over for a mere two runs before removing Jason Roy (27) and in-form Iftikhar Ahmed (0) on successive deliveries in his second over.
Ihsanullah then struck twice again as he removed Umar Akmal and Naseem Shah in his third over to bag his maiden five-wicket haul in PSL.
It is pertinent to mention that at the time this story was filed the Gladiators struggled to get to 91/8 in 17 overs.