The 20-year-old Peshawar Jalmi batsman made his PSL debut this season. He made his name in the record books with a stormy innings in the third game he played.
Newly emerging players are also making their mark in the Pakistan Super League. The 20-year-old new batsman is also one of the stars of the Pakistan Under-19 cricket team. Peshawar Jalmi opener Mohammad Harris equaled several giants by scoring a half-century in the storm against Islamabad United on Thursday, February 17th. (Photo: Twitter / PSL)
Harris, who batted first in Lahore, gave the Peshawar team a fantastic start in the powerplay. He scored a half century off just 18 balls. This is the second fastest fifty in the history of the PSL. Kamran Akmal, who made the feat in just 17 balls, holds the record for the fastest fifty in the tournament. (Photo: Twitter / PSL)
Harris rained fours and sixes in his innings. He scored 22 runs with 4 fours and a six in the same over. With the help of Harris, Peshawar scored 74 for one in just 6 overs. He struck out 70 off 32 balls. He hit 58 off 12 balls with 7 fours and 5 sixes. (Photo: Twitter / Mohammed Haris)