Ben Dunk: Former Pakistan batsman Ramiz Raja considers that Pakistan must award. Honorary citizenship to Lahore Qalandars’ batsman Ben Dunk to gain from his or her power-hitting in international cricket. The Australian has obtained the continuing season of Pakistan Super League by storm. The hard-hitting batsman was carrying the bowlers into the cleansers and is the principal reason for Lahore Qalandars’ turnaround at the ongoing season.
After dropping their first few matches of this year, the Lahore-established franchise has won three of its final four games. In those four matches, Dunk has scored 247 runs in a mean of 123.50, along with a hit rate of 226.61. The magnificent encounter has seen him score a set of those 90s that have featured at ten sixes. And since Dunk continues to impress with his hard-hitting abilities, Ramiz Raja has known for Pakistan to confer honorary citizenship for him to avail his solutions from international cricket.
“We ought to make him perform for Pakistan as I desire to find that female batsman do similar sort of power-hitting. We have not seen any Pakistani batsman perform this type of hitting except for Shadab Khan this year.”
Ben Dunk slammed a match-winning 99* against Karachi Kings
“Ben Dunk is a very different category of the strike force and that he played with a marvelous knock,” he added.
Ramiz Raja’s remarks came following Ben Dunk’s match-winning knock of 99 out not against Karachi Kings. Defending 188, Kings were well in charge of the match in the halfway mark since they’d Qalandars reeling at 63 for two after ten overs. But, Dunk turned to the heat and shot his side home with eight balls to spare. On his YouTube station, Raja also emphasized a strategic error created by Karachi Kings that cost them the match against Qalandars.
“Karachi played with two-left arm spinners against Ben Dunk, realizing that Dunk had scored heavily. Against Mohammad Nawaz from the match against Quetta. Karachi should have heard from Quetta’s expertise of bowling against Dunk. And should have rather given Usama Mir a move,” he explained.
“There’s a chance that Usama Mir might have gone runs too. But he’s large height, and his googly could have worked against Dunk. I feel this was a huge tactical error from Karachi.”
“Substitute fielder Rizwan fell Ben Dunk’s grab when Lahore still demanded 104, which was the turning point of this game.
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