Video: An Outrageous Shot Najibullah Zadran Went For A Six!
Cricket is the game of glorious uncertainties and we have also witnessed players wielding the bat like an Axe before bowlers could play the chin music, but sometimes things turn ugly when you lose your balance certainly for a reason.
Many cricketers have their own range of shots and some have been busy in finding an array of new shots during practices to change the complexion of the game.
Sri Lanka’s opening batsman TM Dilshan is one similar example who has come up with ‘Dil Scoop’ followed by Jharkhand-born MS Dhoni who had displayed the helicopter shot to entertain fans and there are many in the list like AB Devilliers, who has been dubbed as a 360-degree player.
In the 6th match of Group A of the Desert Twenty20, Afghanistan’s 23-year-old middle-order batsman Najibullah Zadran slipped before smashing the outside off delivery on the bowling of medium fast bowler Mohammad Shahzad from United Arab Emirates (UAE) for a six over the extra cover region that delighted over 8,000 spectators who turned to the Abu Dhabi Stadium for a game.
The incident took place in the 19th over of the game when Afghanistan was chasing the target of 147 which they eventually won by five wickets.
The Desert T20 Cup is seen as the opportunity for associate members of cricket to improve their rankings in which eight teams participate which includes Ireland, UAE, Afghanistan, Netherland, Hong Kong, Scotland, Namibia and Oman.
Here’s the video when Najibullah Zadran fell on the ground while trying to reach the wider ball by extending his forearms:
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