In an impressive victory against Lahore Qalandars on March 5, Misbah-ul-Haq achieved half a century and became the oldest player in the T20’s history to achieve this achievement.
Misbah-ul-Haq Sets a New World Record in T20’s
At 44 and 282 days, Misbah’s age exceeded the joint age of Shaheen Shah Afridi and Sandeep Lamichhane for 8 years, competing against him in the match.
With his age, a lot of experience comes up, which was shown at the scene when Misbah came to the floor when Peshawar fought at 5 for 5.
The former captain of Pakistan with Darren Sammy formed an association, which is now also the 6th largest pavilion of the T20 association.
Both players have won Zalmi a major victory to ensure the qualification for the first four of PSL 2019.
It was the 161st Misbah T20 game and scored 3473 runs with an average of 34.04 and an average of 116.54. The former Islamabad captain, United, has marked 1 century and 16 half centuries in his extensive career.
“Misbah made 59 runs from 55 deliveries, scoring 4 boundaries and 2 maximums”.
At the age of 44, he said he was playing cricket. The veteran said:
I think I always said that the love of the game and the passion and if they are there you can go to any level.
If these things are not there then nothing can motivate you. I am still enjoying the game and tough situations and that’s why you are playing cricket at this age. The key is to play for the love and passion and take challenges.
— Misbah Ul Haq (@captainmisbahpk) March 5, 2019
PESHAWAR ZALMI team saluting and hugging Misbah ul Haq after his match winning innings 😍 pic.twitter.com/eLg4dNKGo3
— Pakistani Lad (@imPakistanilad2) March 5, 2019
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