Fakhar Zaman of the Lahore Qalandars is one player who made history by scoring the most runs in a single season. He made history in the PSL’s 15th match when he hit a brilliant 70 off 45 balls against Quetta Gladiators.
To attain the milestone, the left-hander has three half-centuries and a tonne.
With 356 runs in only 5 innings, Fakhar is now the best run-scorer in the tournament. Umar Akmal, who scored 335 runs for Qalandars in the first season of the PSL, held the previous record.
The first leg of the competition was completed yesterday in Karachi with a match between the Qalandars and the Gladiators, with the Gladiators defeating the Qalandars by 7 wickets.
The ongoing tournament’s second leg will begin on February 10 in Lahore, with the first match pitting undefeated Multan Sultan against Peshawar Zalmi.
On February 11, the Qalandars will face the Sultans in their sixth match at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
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