Wasim Akram Smashes Chairs: As the final ball of the game was played and Karachi Kings failed by three runs, Wasim Akram was spotted kicking the chairs that were positioned directly in front of him in the locker room. After Karachi Kings’ PSL loss to Multan Sultans in a thrilling final over, Wasim Akram smashes chairs in rage.
Wasim Akram, a former Pakistan bowler who is currently the president of the Karachi Kings, expressed his anger following his team’s PSL loss to the Multan Sultans on Wednesday.
It was Karachi Kings’ third match in the final over and fourth altogether this campaign. The final ball of the game was delivered and Karachi failed by three runs. The renowned left-arm bowler was spotted slamming the chairs placed in front of him in the locker room.
Imad Wasim, the skipper, was also visibly angry, and disappointed. And frustrated when he failed to cross the wall when 5 runs were required off the final ball.
Imad and Ben Cutting each smashed a six to reduce the goal to six runs off four deliveries with fast bowler Abbas Afridi still bowling. The target had been 22 off his last over. Cutting, though, holed out at far off, and Afridi maintained his composure on the final two pitches to provide an exciting outcome.
Wasim Akram Angry:
Chairman Wasim Akram was incensed by the unfortunate conclusion of Wednesday’s enthralling game between the Karachi Kings and Multan Sultans, which the Karachi Kings eventually lost.
The chairman of the Karachi Kings was observed kicking the seats in front of him in the changing room as shortly after the last ball of the game established its outcome for the day.
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Social media users shared several videos and images of Akram’s tantrum. The great cricketer’s failure to regulate his impulses astounded the crowd.
Skipper Wasim joined Shoaib Malik in the center. Karachi was firmly in the chase with 84 runs needed in 8 overs and 7 wickets to spare. Nevertheless, the combination was never quite able to maintain the requisite rate of 10 runs per over.
Malik was ultimately bowled for 13 off 19 balls. The requesting amount had risen to 16 runs per over as a result of his inability to dispatch the bowlers.
In the remaining two overs, Wasim and Ben Cutting gave it their all. But it failed to get their side over the finish line. Their session came to an end at 193, short of the required 197.
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