Video: Umpire hunts Pakistani batsman with ball like missile

In the sixth T20 match played in Lahore, the Pakistani batsman gave pain to the legendary umpire of his own country with a loud shot, but there was no major accident.

Haider Ali, however, could not play a big innings.

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Pakistan-England The T20 series in between has created a lot of excitement. Excellent cricket has been seen from both the teams and the results of most of the matches have been very close. Strong batting, amazing bowling and some good catches have also been seen in this series. There have also been some funny and laughable incidents. Many times Pakistani fielders have done this. Something similar happened in the sixth match when a Pakistani batsman K. Shot the famous umpire aleem dar took hold of him.

The sixth match of the series was played between Pakistan and England in Lahore on Friday 30 September, in which the Pakistani team batted first. In this match being held at Gaddafi Stadium, Pakistan captain Babar Azam played a great innings, but in the middle of his vigorous innings, a shot by Haider Ali robbed the atmosphere.

Aleem Dar hit the ball

This is about the sixth over of the Pakistani innings. England bowler Richard Gleason was looking for a wicket and tried a bouncer on the fifth ball of the over. There was not much bounce in the ball, but the pace was good. Haider Ali made a strong pull shot on it. His shot went straight towards the Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar posted at square leg.

Aleem Dar tried to save himself from it and turned back, but like a missile, the ball followed him and hit the leg. For a moment everyone was shocked, but immediately Aleem Dar himself dispelled any doubts and started laughing while caressing his feet. Soon there was laughter in the stadium.

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Babar played a great innings

Haider Ali was playing on 6 at that time and missed a four due to targeting Aleem Dar. He got just one run. He could not last long after that and returned to the pavilion after scoring just 18 runs. Pakistani captain Babar Azam However, he did not give up and he returned unbeaten after playing a tremendous innings of 87 runs in 59 balls. Pakistan scored 169 runs on the basis of this innings.