A Pakistani batsman strikes an injured Aleem Dar with a shot in the video. Haider Ali’s pull shot off Richard Gleeson grazed Aleem Dar, the match official for Pakistan vs. England.
During the horrible event that occurred during the sixth Twenty20 International between Pakistan and England on Friday in Lahore, umpire Aleem Dar was struck by a pull shot from Haider Ali. Dar, therefore, assumed the position of leg umpire for the sixth over of the match. Richard Gleeson’s short delivery was met by a draw shot from young Pakistani batsman Haider Ali. Dar attempted to parry the shot valiantly but was unsuccessful.
The ball struck him in the thigh, causing him to start limping.
Ouch! 😬#PAKvENG | #UKSePK pic.twitter.com/DaD6EwSaVV
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) September 30, 2022
In place of his customary starting partner Mohammad Rizwan, who was also in excellent form, the Pakistani captain entered the field. When Babar, the wicketkeeper-batter, had trouble, the other batsmen also had trouble. was having a vacation. But he still scored 87 runs off of 59 balls to aid Pakistan in reaching a respectable total.
However, because to a rampaging Phil Salt, who led England’s onslaught as they won the match in 15 overs, the score was far from respectable.
So using just 41 deliveries, Salt smashed 88* runs, and Alex Hales (27 off 12). Ben Duckett (26* off 16) and Dawid Malan (26 off 18) both had useful cameos.
Following England’s victory on Friday at the Gaddafi Stadium, the enthralling series is now tied 3-3.
The championship match between the two groups will now be on Sunday at the same location.
Best Betting sites In India