Mohammad Haris, a Peshawar-born Pakistani cricketer, is a middle-order batter who has been picked by the Karachi Kings in the PSL 6 player replacement draft. As the extravaganza is about to begin in a few days, Haris will be seen representing any franchise in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) for the first time. It is pertinent to mention here that he was picked by Peshawar Zalmi as a reserved player before the event got postponed.
As multiple COVID-19 bio-bubble breaches were spotted, the PSL-PCB had no option but to call off the event shortly. As of now, they have got approvals and clear exemptions from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to begin from 1st June in Abu Dhabi.
Harris, who has been a part of Pakistan’s domestic circuit for the last few years, scored 131 runs in 3 innings of the U19 Cricket World Cup 2020. He averaged 65.50 at an SR of 123.58 with the highest score of 81 that came versus Zimbabwe. Glancing his performances in the National T20 Cup 2020, he could play 3 innings at an SR of 104.93 averaging 42.50 as he added 85 runs. Notably, 75* remained his highest score against Northern.
The occasional wicket-keeping mid-order batter slammed 289 runs in 8 innings of the Pakistan Cup 2020 striking 102.84 and averaging 41.28. Throughout these 8 innings, he smashed two fifties and a hundred as 100 counts his HS.
Who is Mohammad Haris?
Karachi Kings are looking for a prosperous journey under his services as the men in red-blue are scheduled to take on Multan Sultans in their upcoming encounter.