The right-arm pacer picked up five wickets in his four-over spell against Gladiators
Former Pakistan all-rounder, Abdul Razzaq, believes that Multan Sultans' pacer, Ihsanullah, can bowl a delivery close to 160 kph in future.
Ihsanullah picked up five wickets in his four-over spell, while conceding only 12 runs, thus helping his team bowl out Quetta Gladiators for 110 on Wednesday.
“When New Zealand came here, we selected him for the Test team. I had seen him in the National T20 Cup and he impressed me. If we work on him and he works on his fitness, I'm sure he can touch the 160kph mark,” Razzaq said on a local TV channel.
“We have to look after such bowlers, and that's the responsibility of PCB. We have to give chances to those who perform in the PSL,” he added.
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The right-arm pacer had a dream night as he bowled the fastest four-over spell ever recorded by a bowler in HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) history.
Ihsanullah bowled at average speed of 144.37 kph, as reported by CricViz. He has gone past Haris Rauf’s fiery spell against Peshawar Zalmi in PSL 7, in which the Qalandars’ pacer had bowled at an average speed of 144.16 kph.