In the footage, a Pakistan batsman hits a shot towards umpire Aleem Dar, injuring him. Aleem Dar, the umpire for the Pakistan vs. England game, was grazed in the thigh by Haider Ali’s pull shot off Richard Gleeson.
Umpire Aleem Dar was hit by a pull shot from Haider Ali during the terrible incident that took place during the sixth Twenty20 International between Pakistan and England on Friday in Lahore. Dar therefore took on the role of leg umpire for the game’s sixth over. Young Pakistani batsman Haider Ali hit a draw shot off a short delivery from Richard Gleeson. Dar made a brave attempt to block the shot but failed.
He began to limp as the ball struck him in the thigh.
Thankfully, Dar was unscathed and could continue to oversee the game.
Pakistan’s middle order put on yet another lackluster effort when given the chance to bat. Babar Azam was made to perform as a one-man show in order to help them reach a final score of 169/6.
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The Pakistani captain took the field in place of his typical opening partner Mohammad Rizwan, who was also in top form. The other batsmen struggled when Babar, the wicketkeeper-batter. Was taking a break, but he still managed to score 87 runs off of 59 deliveries to help Pakistan to a decent total.
The score, however, was far from respectable because to a rampaging Phil Salt. Who led England’s onslaught as they won the game in 15 overs.
Salt blitzed 88* off just 41 deliveries, while Alex Hales (27 off 12). Dawid Malan (26 off 18) and Ben Duckett (26* off 16) played handy cameos.
England’s triumph on Friday at the Gaddafi Stadium brought the thrilling series to a 3-3 deadlock.
The two teams’ championship game will now take place on Sunday at the same venue.
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