Sharjeel's knocks PCB’s Door with Thrilling Century

Sharjeel Khan, playing for Sindh in National T20 Cup 2022, led his team to win. And this match with nine wickets lost over Baluchistan. He is always been a Confident left-hand opener. And now, after this thrilling Century; he took the attention of Pakistan’s Cricket Board for the Upcoming World Cup.

Match Scenes

Sharjeel Khan struck a splendid 107 not out off 62 balls, including 13 fours and 4 sixes. Moreover, assisting his team in pursuing the objective of 159 with 18 balls to chase. With this, Sharjeel Khan currently has 5 centuries in 136 innings. Then again, Babar Azam, for just an example, has 6 T20 hundreds of years in 216 innings, which means that he scores a century after every 36 innings.

This Wonderful Batsman along with Tournament’s second highest Scorer. Saim Ayub makes an impactful start for Sindh by making a Partnership of 117 out of 74 balls. However, unfortunately, Hussain Talat caught out Saim Ayub by just making 28 runs out of 26 balls. However, Sharjeel Khan makes it a plan to win this match. Moreover, making a duo with Saud Shakeel, he started to show his extraordinary skills and makes a match-winning Century.

Silent Message

 This Thrilling Century is a silent message to Pakistan Cricket Board. Sharjeel Khan seems to be in Good Form in this Tournament. And, he improves himself after doing a bad performance in the last PSL Season 7. He finished Kashmir Premier League as the Leading Run-scorer and now, in this tournament he shows his master-class skills.

 It is significant that he is the fourth-most elevated run-scorer in the continuous National T20 Cup, having scored 233 runs in eight innings at an average of 33.29. And strike rate of 148.41, including two fifties. Here is some cricket biography of Sharjeel Khan:

An initial batsman hailing from Hyderabad (Sind), Sharjeel Khan become well known with T20 rushes in Pakistan’s homegrown rivalry and was picked for the ODI and T20I crews against Sri Lanka in the UAE in December 2013.

He made his ODI and T20I debut in the limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. He scored his lady T20I fifty in his third match – a 25-ball 50 – and followed it up with a 61 in his most memorable ODI appearance. And a thump that procured him acclaim from that point mentor Dav Whatmore, who stamped him out as a promising player.

Sharjeel created solid exhibitions on the homegrown circuit and for Pakistan A. He picks by the Islamabad Joined for the debut Pakistan Super Association. And struck the primary 100 years of the association, a rankling 62-ball 117, in the take-out phase of the competition.

His forceful batting style in the PSL procured him a spot in Pakistan’s crew for the 2016 Asia Cup and the World T20 2016, where he supplanted the harmed Babar Azam.




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