Pakistani pacer Haris Rauf has been on fire in Australia’s Big Bash League (BBL). Videos of his spectacular performances have been making rounds on social media.
His video of dancing at the boundary after taking a brilliant catch in his second match garnered massive views. Playing from Melbourne Stars, Haris Rauf took a stunning catch of the Aaron Finch. In the same game, he also took the wicket as well.
Pakistani cricketer Haris Rauf turned the game for his team. He also took a wicket of Afghan player Muhammad Nabi, in the 12th over, who is playing from the Melbourne Renegades.
In-form Haris Rauf has been surprising the foreign spectators with his stunning performance in all the departments. The cricketer even hit a six for his team in the Big Bash League. Cricket fans are surprised watching him hit a clean six in the last match.
Renegades have beaten Melbourne Stars by 5 wickets. Haris Rauf was 4-0-26-1 at the end. The MS bowlers did pretty well imo, but their batters couldn’t do much. Haris also contributed with a six. #BBL #BBL11 #HarisRauf #MelbourneStars pic.twitter.com/9nbCJVjEKz
— rizzy stan (@rizzystan) January 3, 2022
— Melbourne Stars (@StarsBBL) January 3, 2022
Muhammad Hasnain makes history
Earlier, Pakistani cricketer Muhammad Hasnain had made history with a maiden three-wicket debut over in the Big Bash League.
Hasnain made his Big Bash League debut with Sydney Thunder and left an incredible impact with his triple wicket-maiden debut over. The Pakistani cricketer has become the first bowler in the history of the Big Bash League (BBL) to take three wickets in the first over of the competition.
The 21-year-old took wickets on his second, third, and fifth balls giving away just 20 runs. His tremendous performance leads his team to a 28-runs victory against Adelaide Strikers.
— KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) January 3, 2022
The video of Hasnain’s spectacular over went viral on social media. Young Pakistani cricketer heaped praise from cricket fans all over the world.
“Mohammad Hasnain became the first bowler in BBL history to take three wickets in their first over in the competition,” wrote leading sports outlet, ESPN on Twitter.