Mohammad Hasnain the 21-year-old pacer from Pakistan bowled the best over by a BBL debutant, taking three wickets and surrendering no runs in the Sydney Thunder’s 28-run prevail upon the Adelaide Strikers. Later the Strikers dealt with a leg bye off his first ball, Hasnain struck, with Matt Short caught at deep backward square leg by Daniel Sams.
Next delivery, opener Jake Weatherald was beaten by Hasnain’s speed and caught on the pad LBW. Jonathan Wells saw off the hat-trick ball however at that point tumbled to Hasnain a conveyance later, with his endeavored pull shot just observing veteran Ben Cutting at short mid-wicket. Young Henry Hunt endures the last ball of the over — just. Hasnain sent down a dazzling, full, swinging ball that barely missed Hunt’s outside edge. Regardless, the energy of the Strikers’ run chase had swung drastically, going from 0-25 to 3-25 inside six balls where Hasnain arrived at velocities of up to 149km/hr.
Justifiably, Hasnain got splendid applause from the Thunder fans at Sydney Showgrounds for his triple-wicket maiden, while his heroics additionally blew cricket intellectuals away.
I don’t know what to say, this is phenomenal to watch.
It just goes to show about raw pace. A beautiful approach to the crease, wonderful seam presentation, a lovely snap of the wrist – any young bowler that wants to bowl fast, they’re the three components you need.
Brett Lee , Former Australian Fast Bowler
Hasnain completed his distributed four overs with the figures of 3-20 — a spell that incorporated an amazing 14 dot balls. Just Nielsen got hold of Hasnain, conjuring one four and one six from the thirteenth over — and the four just happened because of a poor piece of fielding by Arjun Nair on the boundary.
Hasnain, who’s played 18 T20I matches for Pakistan and is the youngest bowler to take a hat-trick in T20Is, was just endorsed by the Thunder not long before Christmas.