Shaheen Shah Afridi once again showcased his hard-hitting abilities with the bat by inspiring his team to set a challenging target in the recent Vitality T20 Blast in England.
Shaheen contributed to the team’s 227 run total with a fast 29 runs off 11 balls for Nottinghamshire, including one boundary and four maximums.
The left-handed batsman at Trent Bridge Ground hit four sixes in the 16th over against New Zealand spinner Michael Bracewell, dramatically speeding the innings.
Steven Mullaney got two wickets while only giving up 28 runs as Worcestershire was bowled out for 170 to help Nottinghamshire win the match by 56 runs.
The 22-year-old batsman successfully chased down the score against Durham earlier this week at Riverside Ground by launching a straight six in the final ball.
It’s important to note that the left-handed cricketer has gained attention for his powerful hitting after turning in standout performances in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).