Imad Wasim Declares Fitness and Readiness for Extended Playing Career

News Desk3 months ago

“I’m trying to give as much as I can, and I think that playing cricket makes me happy. I’m fit. After the game, Imad remarked, “I still have four or five years left in me in cricket.”

“We should have finished the match one over earlier,” stated Imad Wasim. Keeping his composure, Hunain Shah hit a boundary with the final ball of the inning.

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“I think Imad Wasim got off to a great start, taking two wickets in his opening over, including David Willey and the highly effective Yasir Khan.”

Imad became the first player to take five wickets in a PSL final when he proceeded to dismiss Khushdil Shah, Chris Jordan, and Johnson Charles, three more Sultans batsmen. Imad was still working his magic with the ball. At 19 runs, the left-handed hitter was still not out.

After winning the event in 2016 and 2018, Islamabad became the most successful side in the history of the competition as they won their third PSL title, defeating Multan Sultans by two wickets in the championship match.

It should be mentioned that Shadab Khan, the captain of Islamabad, was named Player of the Tournament, while Imad Wasim was named Best All-Rounder of the Tournament for his fantastic PSL performance.

Osama Mir, who took 24 wickets in PSL 9, was named the tournament’s top bowler, and Babar Azam was named the best batsman.

Despite scoring 469 runs in 12 games, Babar Azam was unable to surpass the record for most runs scored in a single edition.

Irfan Khan Niazi of the Karachi Kings won the Emerging Player of the Tournament title in addition to being voted the best fielder of the competition. Azam Khan was named the tournament’s top wicketkeeper, while Peshawar Zalmi was given the Spirit of Cricket award.

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