PSL 2022: The PSL 2022 was rocked by the slap gate scandal on Monday when the Lahore Qalandars pacer Haris Rauf slapped his teammate Kamran Ghulam for dropping a catch during an important match against Peshawar Zalmi.
However, a controversial and possibly friendly incident on the cricket field became the talk of the town on Monday (February 21). Pacer Haris Rauf hilariously and shockingly ended up slapping his teammate Kamran Ghulam after picking up a wicket during the match.
Earlier, in the same over, Ghulam had spilled the catch of Hazratullah Zazai as Rauf looked frustrated with the fielder.
However, Ghulam could be seen putting on a brave face and smiling even after getting hit. But Rauf’s expressions did not look friendly.
Haris invited the wrath of the fans for his outrageous behavior.
Peshawar Zalmi beat Lahore Qalanders in the first super over of this Pakistan Super League on Monday.
Thanks to captain Shaheen Shah Afridi blasting 23 off the last regular over. Lahore Qalandars finished at 158-8 to tie Peshawar’s effort of 158-7.
Peshawar captain Wahab Riaz conceded only five runs in a tidy super over and veteran Shoaib Malik won the game by smashing two successive boundaries off Afridi’s first two balls.
Both teams finished the group stage with 12 points but Lahore ended up second on a superior net run-rate than Peshawar.
Lahore will take on league leaders Multan Sultans on Wednesday for a place in the final. While Peshawar will meet Islamabad United on Thursday in an eliminator.
The Multan-Lahore loser will have another chance to make Sunday’s final when it faces the winner of the eliminator on Friday.
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