The new pace sensation picked up five wickets in his four-over spell against Gladiators on Wednesday
Multan Sultans pacer, Ihsanullah, has expressed his desire to debut for Pakistan against India and take five wickets against the arch-rivals.
The new pace sensation 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.
“I want to make my debut against India in the World Cup and take a five-wicket haul. I want to help Pakistan win, it would give me immense happiness,” Ihsanullah said on a local TV channel.
In the aforementioned match, the right-arm pacer also 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.