UMPIRE Aleem Dar strangely tried to CATCH a pitcher celebrating a wicket hit during Pakistan Super League record win.
But Multan Sultans catcher Shahnawaz Dahani wasn’t just too fast for the Quetta fighters’ beaters, he was also too quick for Aleem in a strange exchange.
Aleem looks more like a determined full-back with a winger rushing straight at him than the seasoned Test referee like him.
The 53-year-old was ready to stand on tiptoes and spread his arms wide as he tried to stop Dahani from charging forward.
But the Pakistani military leader cannot compare with his compatriot 30 years younger than him.
The feeling of the Sultans overtaking Dar at the last moment was like a googly of gyros beating the bat.
Fan-favorite Dahani was delighted after Naseem Shah knocked out Naseem Shah for a second wicket hit.
So it is understandable that he passed away in joy.
Defeated Dar could only respond with a wry smile as the pitcher darted behind him towards the boundary.
Danahi went on to end the game 2-22 in three passes as the Sultans claimed the heaviest win in PSL history.
They crushed the Gladiators with 117 runs, despite Jason Roy’s latest flash hit.
The British white-ball expert hit seven balls and one in six of 38 of his 19 balls at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
But after winning the toss and beating the first Sultans accumulated the second largest PSL total ever, 245-3.
In response, the Gladiators were routed only 128 in 15.5 rounds.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/cricket/17701062/umpire-aleem-dar-tackles-pakistan-super-league-bowler-dahani/ Watch cricket umpire Aleem Dar strangely try to handle the bowler as he celebrates taking the wicket in the Pakistan Super League