Peshawar Zalmi captain Darren Sammy showcases his Rapping skills
The West Indians have always entertained the fans both on and off the field. The Windies players bring in the x-factor with themselves and entertain the fans with their attitude on the field and then off it. Nothing was different in this case in the PSL as well.
Peshawar Zalmi defeated Karachi Kings in the second eliminator and booked a place for themselves in the final of the PSL for the second consecutive time. The Zalmi are also the current defending champions of the Pakistan Super League.
However, before the players took the field to fight it out in the second eliminator, Darren Sammy along with his national team-mate Andre Fletcher were seen showcasing their rapping skills.
The Zalmi players bonded with each other before the match and were engaged in playing FIFA and the West Indian entertaining the rest of the lot.
Sammy and Fletcher were seen singing and dancing to the rap song “Man’s Not Hot” sung by British comedian Michael Dapaah, who plays the character of ‘Big Shaq’ in the online comedy series ‘Somewhere In London’.
— PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) March 22, 2018
Peshawar defeated Karachi by 13 runs at the Gaddafi stadium in Lahore. The Zalmi’s posted a respectable total of 170/7 in their 20 overs. Kamran Akmal was the star of the innings as he scored a 27 ball 77. Skipper Darren Sammy also played a handy cameo of 23 off just 12 balls.
Karachi, on the other hand, lost just two wickets in their innings but still fell embarrassingly short of the target by 13 runs.
The final of the tournament will be played at the Karachi national stadium in Karachi on 25th March 2018.
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