6 heated exchanges in PSL which made history [Videos]
Watch some of the heated exchanges in PSL
Cricket is known as the Gentleman’s game but these gentlemen often lose their composure. In cricket, we have seen players engaging in heated arguments with each other.
Here we will take a look at the some of the heated exchanges during the Pakistan Super League (PSL) ever since its inaugural edition.
Ahmed Shehzad vs Wahab Riaz:
During the 2016 PSL match between Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi, things got a little out of control between the two cricketers. Ahmed Shehzad hit Wahab Riaz for a six and the fast bowler got him out on the very next ball.
Ahmed Shehzad vs Mohammad Amir:
It happened during the match between Multan Sultans and Karachi Kings. The right handed batter played the ball for runs and almost ran into Mohammad Amir. The left arm pacer wasn’t happy with Shehzad and the heated exchange continued between the two for the rest of the over.
Sohail Khan vs Yasir Shah:
The sight of two players from the same team having a heated exchange is very rare. We got to see this rare sight when Sohail Khan threw the ball towards Yasir Shah, who was fielding on the boundary rope. Apparently, there was some miscommunication between the two about the field setting.
Mohammad Amir vs Iftikhar Ahmed:
The Islamabad United vs Karachi Kings game saw a heated exchange between Mohammad Amir and Iftikhar Ahmed. The batter hit the fast bowler for a boundary and it followed with a heated moment between the two. Both the players exchanged words until the two umpires had to interfere.
Shaheen Afridi vs Sarfaraz Ahmed:
As we all know, Shaheen Afridi has gotten some serious pace and the batters are always careful against him. One of the deliveries from the left arm pacer hit Sarfaraz Ahmed on the helmet and the Quetta’s skipper didn’t like it one bit.
Shaheen Afridi vs Mohammad Amir:
The two fast bowling giants were up against each other and it is something fans will always remember. Shaheen clean bowled Amir and also uttered some words.
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