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PAK vs ENG: Unsuccessful Funny Attempt by Aleem Dar to Dodge Haider Ali’s Pull Shot

PAK vs ENG: In a cricket match, umpires typically prefer to abstain from play and concentrate on making decisions. Aleem Dar, a well-known umpire, however, got embroiled in the Pakistan vs England T20I action as he attempted to avoid Haider Ali’s pull but was amusingly struck in the legs instead.

The seven-match T20I series between England and Pakistan was tied 3-3 after three games. In the sixth T20I, the squad outperformed the home team while chasing a 170-run mark with about five overs remaining.

In the same match, Babar Azam made a half-century. But no one else was able to contribute, and they were unable to achieve a sizable total. The match’s funniest moment occurred during Haider Ali’s time at the wicket.

The sixth over of the innings was being bowled by Richard Gleeson, and Haider Ali was awaiting the penultimate ball. Haider pulled a short-of-length delivery he had delivered from him that had been squarely off the wicket. Aleem Dar, the umpire, was struck by the ball as he turned and jumped to avoid being hit. The incident made everyone, including Aleem Dar, smile even though the ball struck his knees.

PAK vs ENG: Even Commentators Were Laughing on the Incident

PAK vs ENG: Unsuccessful Funny Attempt by Aleem Dar to Dodge Haider Ali's Pull Shot
PAK vs ENG: Unsuccessful Funny Attempt by Aleem Dar to Dodge Haider Ali’s Pull Shot

After playing a pull shot during the sixth Twenty20 International between Moeen Ali’s England and Babar Azam’s Pakistan at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on Friday, Pakistani batter Haider Ali unintentionally struck umpire Aleem Dar.

Pakistan lost their first four overs of their innings when batting first in the seventh and final game of the seven-match series, falling to 26-2. When Richard Gleeson returned to the attack to deliver the final over of the Powerplay. Star batsman Ali teamed up with captain Babar and hit his first boundary.

Ali pulled the short ball on the following delivery in an effort to get back-to-back boundaries in the sixth over. Dar, who took a severe punch to the legs, stopped Ali’s plan, though. After the incident, the match commentator joked, “What happened to his reflexes.” During the sixth Twenty20 International between the two nations. Umpire Dar was seen rubbing his leg after receiving a hard punch to the body.

READ MORE: 3 Indian Players Who Are a Part of IND vs SA Series but Are Not in T20 WC 2022 Squad

The Exciting Series Was Levelled At 3-3

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At the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, England defeated Pakistan by 8 wickets in the sixth Twenty20 international to tie the seven-match series 3-3. England reached the target of 170 runs in 14.3 overs. Thanks in part to Philip Salt’s 87 not out off 41 deliveries.

Shadab Khan selected the two England wickets that were lost throughout the match. Babar Azam scored an unbeaten 87 off 59 deliveries to help Pakistan reach a total of 169 for six against England in the first innings.

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Although wickets were being lost at the other end, Babar maintained his composure and led Pakistan to a difficult total. Sam Curran and David Willey each had two wickets for England.

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England had earlier chosen to bowl after winning the toss. Mohammad Haris, a young wicketkeeper-batsman, made his debut, replacing Mohammad Rizwan in the starting XI.

PAK vs ENG: In a cricket match, umpires typically prefer to abstain from play and concentrate on making decisions. Aleem Dar, a well-known umpire, however, got embroiled in the Pakistan vs England T20I action as he attempted to avoid Haider Ali’s pull but was amusingly struck in the legs instead.

The seven-match T20I series between England and Pakistan was tied 3-3 after three games. In the sixth T20I, the squad outperformed the home team while chasing a 170-run mark with about five overs remaining.

In the same match, Babar Azam made a half-century. But no one else was able to contribute, and they were unable to achieve a sizable total. The match’s funniest moment occurred during Haider Ali’s time at the wicket.

The sixth over of the innings was being bowled by Richard Gleeson, and Haider Ali was awaiting the penultimate ball. Haider pulled a short-of-length delivery he had delivered from him that had been squarely off the wicket. Aleem Dar, the umpire, was struck by the ball as he turned and jumped to avoid being hit. The incident made everyone, including Aleem Dar, smile even though the ball struck his knees.

PAK vs ENG: Even Commentators Were Laughing on the Incident

PAK vs ENG: Unsuccessful Funny Attempt by Aleem Dar to Dodge Haider Ali's Pull Shot
PAK vs ENG: Unsuccessful Funny Attempt by Aleem Dar to Dodge Haider Ali’s Pull Shot

After playing a pull shot during the sixth Twenty20 International between Moeen Ali’s England and Babar Azam’s Pakistan at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on Friday, Pakistani batter Haider Ali unintentionally struck umpire Aleem Dar.

Pakistan lost their first four overs of their innings when batting first in the seventh and final game of the seven-match series, falling to 26-2. When Richard Gleeson returned to the attack to deliver the final over of the Powerplay. Star batsman Ali teamed up with captain Babar and hit his first boundary.

Ali pulled the short ball on the following delivery in an effort to get back-to-back boundaries in the sixth over. Dar, who took a severe punch to the legs, stopped Ali’s plan, though. After the incident, the match commentator joked, “What happened to his reflexes.” During the sixth Twenty20 International between the two nations. Umpire Dar was seen rubbing his leg after receiving a hard punch to the body.

READ MORE: 3 Indian Players Who Are a Part of IND vs SA Series but Are Not in T20 WC 2022 Squad

The Exciting Series Was Levelled At 3-3

At the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, England defeated Pakistan by 8 wickets in the sixth Twenty20 international to tie the seven-match series 3-3. England reached the target of 170 runs in 14.3 overs. Thanks in part to Philip Salt’s 87 not out off 41 deliveries.

Shadab Khan selected the two England wickets that were lost throughout the match. Babar Azam scored an unbeaten 87 off 59 deliveries to help Pakistan reach a total of 169 for six against England in the first innings.

Although wickets were being lost at the other end, Babar maintained his composure and led Pakistan to a difficult total. Sam Curran and David Willey each had two wickets for England.

England had earlier chosen to bowl after winning the toss. Mohammad Haris, a young wicketkeeper-batsman, made his debut, replacing Mohammad Rizwan in the starting XI.

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PAK vs ENG: In a cricket match, umpires typically prefer to abstain from play and concentrate on making decisions. Aleem Dar, a well-known umpire, however, got embroiled in the Pakistan vs England T20I action as he attempted to avoid Haider Ali’s pull but was amusingly struck in the legs instead.

The seven-match T20I series between England and Pakistan was tied 3-3 after three games. In the sixth T20I, the squad outperformed the home team while chasing a 170-run mark with about five overs remaining.

In the same match, Babar Azam made a half-century. But no one else was able to contribute, and they were unable to achieve a sizable total. The match’s funniest moment occurred during Haider Ali’s time at the wicket.

The sixth over of the innings was being bowled by Richard Gleeson, and Haider Ali was awaiting the penultimate ball. Haider pulled a short-of-length delivery he had delivered from him that had been squarely off the wicket. Aleem Dar, the umpire, was struck by the ball as he turned and jumped to avoid being hit. The incident made everyone, including Aleem Dar, smile even though the ball struck his knees.

PAK vs ENG: Even Commentators Were Laughing on the Incident

PAK vs ENG: Unsuccessful Funny Attempt by Aleem Dar to Dodge Haider Ali's Pull Shot
PAK vs ENG: Unsuccessful Funny Attempt by Aleem Dar to Dodge Haider Ali’s Pull Shot

After playing a pull shot during the sixth Twenty20 International between Moeen Ali’s England and Babar Azam’s Pakistan at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on Friday, Pakistani batter Haider Ali unintentionally struck umpire Aleem Dar.

Pakistan lost their first four overs of their innings when batting first in the seventh and final game of the seven-match series, falling to 26-2. When Richard Gleeson returned to the attack to deliver the final over of the Powerplay. Star batsman Ali teamed up with captain Babar and hit his first boundary.

Ali pulled the short ball on the following delivery in an effort to get back-to-back boundaries in the sixth over. Dar, who took a severe punch to the legs, stopped Ali’s plan, though. After the incident, the match commentator joked, “What happened to his reflexes.” During the sixth Twenty20 International between the two nations. Umpire Dar was seen rubbing his leg after receiving a hard punch to the body.

READ MORE: 3 Indian Players Who Are a Part of IND vs SA Series but Are Not in T20 WC 2022 Squad

The Exciting Series Was Levelled At 3-3

At the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, England defeated Pakistan by 8 wickets in the sixth Twenty20 international to tie the seven-match series 3-3. England reached the target of 170 runs in 14.3 overs. Thanks in part to Philip Salt’s 87 not out off 41 deliveries.

Shadab Khan selected the two England wickets that were lost throughout the match. Babar Azam scored an unbeaten 87 off 59 deliveries to help Pakistan reach a total of 169 for six against England in the first innings.

Although wickets were being lost at the other end, Babar maintained his composure and led Pakistan to a difficult total. Sam Curran and David Willey each had two wickets for England.

England had earlier chosen to bowl after winning the toss. Mohammad Haris, a young wicketkeeper-batsman, made his debut, replacing Mohammad Rizwan in the starting XI.

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