The Pakistan Super League 2023 has reached a crucial stage with the Playoffs spots up for grabs. While all teams are putting their best foot forward to qualify for the Playoffs, an exceptional performance by South African cricketer Rilee Rossouw was seen on Friday (March 10) in a match between Multan Sultans and Peshawar Zalmi.
The South African batter scored 121 off 51 balls, leaving the Babar Azam-led Peshawar Zalmi bowlers in shambles. The side chased down the total posted by the Zalmi of 242 runs on the back of Rossouw’s century, which also became the fastest hundred in the PSL history.
To end things well, Rossouw’s celebration after his pivotal century was all the worth. The 33-year-old reached his hundred in just 41 balls in the first ball of the 16 th over. To celebrate this feat, he did a little jig in the middle and simply aced his moves to celebrate this knock.
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Talking about the match, it was the second time in two games that the Babar Azam-led side failed to defend the target above 240 runs. On the back of this brilliant performance in the middle by Rossouw which was well supported by Kieron Pollard helped the side seal the Playoffs berth, winning the match by four wickets.
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