Usman Khan records fastest PSL century

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Usman Khan records fastest PSL century

Usman Khan of Multan Sultans set a record for the quickest century in Pakistan Super League (PSL) history after hitting a century in just 36 balls during the 28th game of the current season of the competition.

The Sultan’s batter was knocked by Gladiators captain Muhammad Nawaz after making 120 runs on 43 balls with 12 fours and 9 sixes with a strike rate of 279,1.

Even the opposition had to accept the top-order batter’s skill due to his outstanding performance.

Quetta Gladiators shared an expression of appreciation for Usman Khan on Twitter.

Usman’s century ranks second among Pakistani cricketers in terms of speed in T20 cricket.

In a domestic T20 match in 2020, Khushdil Shah scored 100 runs in just 35 balls, which included eight fours and nine sixes.

Usman is receiving admiration from people all throughout the nation and on Twitter.

Previous record

Rilee Rossouw of the Sultans recently shattered his own record for the fastest PSL century by striking a century in just 41 balls during a match against the Peshawar Zalmi.

Rossouw scored a century in 43 throws in 2020, scoring his first 50 in 17 deliveries and his second 50 in 24 deliveries.

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