The HBL PSL 6 got coiled up temporarily after the COVID has hit the camps badly. As many as seven positive cases have left the management with no option but to secure everyone’s health.
The Quetta Gladiators and the Islamabad United were to take on each other in the match 15th of the PSL 6, but the shocking yet saddening news took over the internet.
The game could not commence after 14 matches. Till the fourteen matches being winded up, a pile of boundaries has been smashed, but a few players alone have crossed over 10 sixes in just 14 matches (4-5 matches for each team).
Best Ball Per Six Ratio in Pakistan Super League 6 (Min 10 Sixes)
1. Sharjeel Khan
Karachi Kings-based terrific batter has smashed 15 sixes yet – the most till yet by any player in PSL 6. Also, he has secured the ball per six ratio of just 7.80. Sharjeel’s highest partnership with Babar Azam played an important role in this milestone. He has faced 117 balls in the current edition.
Balls Faced: 117
Balls / Six: 7.80
2. Sherfane Rutherford
Peshawar Zalmi-based mid-order batsman Sherfane Rutherford was bringing consistency, playing some appreciative knocks. The defensive batter has slammed 10 sixes in 5 matches on facing 85 balls. After Sharjeel, he ranks second on maintaining the best ball per six ratio.
Balls Faced: 85
Balls / Six: 8.50
3. Mohammad Hafeez
Mohamad Hafeez has remained the outstanding T20 batter in the calendar year 2020, surpassing everyone. As the PSL 6 resumed, he continued his best performance in the show. He has slammed 12 sixes upon facing 103 games at a ball-per-six ratio of 8.58, ranking third in the list.
Balls Faced: 103
Balls / Six: 8.58
4. Mohammad Nabi
Afghanistan’s all-rounder ranks fourth on the chart with 11 sixes on facing 97 balls in 5 matches. He has a ball per six ratio of just 8.81. Only a minor difference has dragged him down than Hafeez.
Balls Faced: 97
Balls / Six: 8.81