The incident took place in the third over of the Bangladesh innings in the second T20I. Here, Afif defended Shaheen Afridi’s ball. The ball came straight into Shaheen’s hands. This time Shaheen threw the ball back towards Afif who was standing inside the crease line. Afif fell with the ball.
Afif had hit sixes against Shaheen in the previous delivery. Fans have been criticizing Shaheen Afridi for going out of control and throwing the ball at Afif. Shaheen immediately approached Afif and apologized.
Pakistani bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi intentionally threw ball at Bangladeshi batsman & injured him
That’s because the batsman had hit a six in the previous ball
Thank god that Shaheen Shah Afridi didn’t throw a bomb at him pic.twitter.com/QfjV8NNqlV
— Mahesh Vikram Hegde 🇮🇳 (@mvmeet) November 20, 2021
Afif continued to play after the physio came and checked on him. Afif was eventually dismissed by leg-spinner Shadab Khan for 20 off 21 balls. Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat in the second T20I. But they could only manage 108 runs in 20 overs. In reply, Pakistan chased down the target by two wickets in 18.1 overs. Pakistan won the three-match series.
Pakistan bowler Hasan Ali bowled 219 kmph; Navas throws 148; Surprised fans
In Pakistan’s first Twenty20 against Bangladesh, the bowling speed of the Pakistani bowlers was evident on the screen. This was after the speed of a ball thrown by spinner Mohammad Nawaz in the match was recorded at 148 kmph. The error was caused by an error in measuring the speed of the balls.
Even more surprising was Hassan Ali. The star’s speed of a ball was 219 km / h. Hasan Ali hit 219 kmph in the second over of the Bangladesh innings. It has surpassed the likes of Brett Lee, Shaun Tait and Pakistan’s Shoaib Akhtar, who are considered the fastest bowlers in international cricket.
Footage of the incident immediately went viral on social media. Fans picked up these fastballs along with pictures and video footage. The fastest ever delivery in the history of cricket is filled with trolls.