Ihsanullah, the pacer for Multan Sultans, had a remarkable performance in the HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) as he recorded the fastest ever four-over spell by a bowler in the tournament’s history.
According to CricViz, Ihsanullah bowled with an average speed of 144.37 kph, surpassing Haris Rauf’s previous record of 144.16 kph in PSL 7.
From the beginning of his spell, Ihsanullah bowled aggressively and took out Sarfaraz Ahmed with a delivery exceeding 150 kph. He went on to claim five wickets and concede only 12 runs in his four-over spell, helping his team to bowl out Quetta Gladiators for 110.
Here’s a video of Ihsanullah’s incredible bowling performance: “150 kph” Ihsanullah wreaks havoc with five-wicket haul.
In terms of delivering the fastest four-over spell, Naseem Shah (143.73 kph), Mohammad Hasnain (143.41 kph), and Wahab Riaz (143.33 kph) are the following names on the list.