Jason Roy and Saud Shakeel Destroy Peshawar Zalmi Bowling Lineup

Jason Roy and Saud Shakeel put on 157 off 92 balls. Saud Shakeel’s reached fifty in 36 balls. Josh Hazlewood had Saud Shakeel edge to the…

Jason Roy and Saud Shakeel

Jason Roy and Saud Shakeel put on 157 off 92 balls. Saud Shakeel’s reached fifty in 36 balls. Josh Hazlewood had Saud Shakeel edge to the slips. Jason Roy and Saud Shakeel are both cricket players who were recently involved in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) match between Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi:

  • Jason Roy: Played for the Quetta Gladiators as an opening batsman.
  • Saud Shakeel: Played for the Quetta Gladiators as a middle-order batsman.

Jason Roy:

  • English international cricketer.
  • Known for his aggressive batting style and ability to score quickly.
  • Has played in all three formats of international cricket (Test, ODI, T20I).

Saud Shakeel:

  • Pakistani domestic cricketer.
  • Primarily plays as a middle-order batsman.
  • Has represented Pakistan in T20I cricket.

Quetta Gladiators were invited to bat first and their new opening pair of Jason Roy and Saud Shakeel started their PSL 9 campaign brilliantly. Roy hit Luke Wood for the four on the first ball to kick things off before Shakeel also hit a boundary to get runs from the first over. Shakeel was almost dismissed in the next over as Saim Ayub caught a low catch at backward point, but the third-umpire declined the appeal, giving the left-hand batter a lifeline.
Both batters gained momentum gradually and turned the game on its head with regular boundaries to reach the 100-run mark in ten overs. Roy raised his half-century in 33 balls with a six over deep midwicket off Dan Mousley, meanwhile, Shakeel reached the landmark in 36 balls.

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