Wahab Riaz praised Iftikhar Ahmed after hitting 6 sixes in one over, know what he said

Pakistan’s star batsman Iftikhar Ahmed made history by hitting 6 sixes to one over Wahab Riaz. Iftikhar Ahmed did this feat in the exhibition match between Quetta and Peshawar against PSL. Playing for Quetta, Iftikhar faced Wahav Riaz in the last over of the first innings and hit 6 straight sixes. With this, he equaled former Indian player Yuvraj Singh. In the match against England in 2007, Yuvraj hit English bowler Stuart Broad for six straight sixes.

Wahab Riaz praised Iftikhar Ahmed after hitting 6 sixes in one over. Wahab wrote in a tweet about this: “Great batting performance from Iftikhar. Incredible shots and the command he showed was incredible. I’m disappointed but happy for you brother. Go on!” Iftikhar Ahmed played a blistering inning of 94* on 50 balls aided by 6 straight sixes.

In this match, Wahab Rijaz proved to be an expensive bowler after hitting 6 straight sixes. He spent 47 runs in four overs from him. In this one, he gave away 36 runs in his last one on himself. Although Wahab also took 3 wickets in this match.

Peshawar Zalmi had to face defeat in this match. Quetta, captained by Sarfaraz Ahmed, won the match. Batting first, Quetta put 184 runs on the board with the loss of 5 wickets in 20 overs. Chasing runs, Peshawar Zalmi was able to score just 181 runs in 20 overs at the loss of 7 wickets. Significantly, Peshawar needed 4 runs to win the last ball and Wahab Riaz was in strike but was completely stopped by Naseem Shah from reaching the limit.

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