The right-handed opener holds the record for the highest strike rate in the first 15 balls of an innings among a batsman who has bowled at least 80 balls in the PSL.
Lahore Rockets keeper batsman Mohammad Haris is one of the star performers in the ongoing edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL). Many factors, such as confidence, courage, and execution of plans distinguish the 21-year-old batsman from other budding or young cricketers in professional cricket. The Peshawar-born cricketer has immense talent and skill to use the first six overs in T20 cricket, which sets the platform for the rest of the game.
The right-handed opener holds the record for the highest strike rate in the first 15 balls of an innings among batsmen who have bowled at least 80 balls in the PSL. He has so far scored runs in his PSL career at a strike rate of 195.35, Paul Sterling is second with a strike rate of 178.85, Rehmanullah Garbaz is third with a strike rate of 178.67, Chris Lynn with a strike rate of 170.18. While Tim David is at the fifth position with a strike rate of 169.11.
In their recent match against Islamabad United, the wicketkeeper-batsman played a brilliant innings of 40 runs off 21 balls and formed a valuable partnership of 76 runs with Babar Azam. Earlier this week, the Peshawar Zalmi captain praised Mohammad Haris’ skills and impact on the team during the ongoing season. Babar Azam praised Haris saying that he played well under pressure like Mohammad Rizwan who is Babar’s opening partner in the national team.