Ihsanullah bowls the fastest spell in PSL history

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Ihsanullah bowls the fastest spell in PSL history

Ihsanullah, a pacer for Multan Sultans, had a great evening as he bowled the fastest four-over spell in HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) history.

According to CricViz, Ihsanullah bowled with an average pace of 144.37 kph. He has risen above Haris Rauf’s ferocious PSL 7 performance against Peshawar Zalmi, during which the pacer for the Qalandars bowled at an average speed of 144.16 kph. The lanky pacer was on fire from the start, and removed Sarfaraz Ahmed with a delivery that reached a speed of over 150 kph. Ihsanullah contributed to his team by bowling out Quetta Gladiators for 110 by taking five wickets in a four-over stint while allowing only 12 runs to be scored.

In order of fastest four-over spells, Naseem Shah (143.73 kph), Mohammad Hasnain (143.41 kph), and Wahab Riaz (143.33 kph) are next.

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