ISLAMABAD – Pakistani aggressive opener Mukhtar Ahmed on Tuesday set new record of highest score in country’s domestic T20 match.
In the Cool and Cool Haier Mobile T-20 Cup Group A match, Muktar Ahmed broken the highest runs record in Pakistan’s domestic cricket.
He scored 123 runs in just 67 balls and hit 18 boundaries and three sixes in mighty inning. His blistering inning led Sialkot team to first victory of the tournament.
Sialkot Region’s Mukhtar Ahmed has just broken the record for the highest T20 score in Pakistan http://t.co/ip4DL9Zxkq
— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) September 8, 2015
Mukhtar broken the record of left handed batsman Imran Farhat who scored 115 runs in t20 match.
Sialkot beat Karachi Whites by 8 runs in their opening match of tournament.
Sialkot Stallions won the toss and elected to bat first.
While batting first Sialkot Stallions set mammoth total of 198 runs for Karachi Whites. In response, Karachi Whites only managed to put 191 runs on score board with the loss of six wickets.
Karachi Whites player Tariq played inning of 32 runs and remain unbeaten.