Rahmatullah Gurbaz
Rahmatullah Gurbaz, of Afghanistan's cricket team, hit a superb "helicopter" shot.

As part of the present Pakistan Super League, Afghanistan cricketer Rahmanullah Gurbaz performed an incredible “helicopter” shot against Peshawar Zalmi and Islamabad United.

Rahmatullah Gurbaz’s “helicopter” shot in a Pakistan Super League match between Peshawar Zalmi and Islamabad United has taken center stage following Rashid Khan’s recent unconventional exploits with the bat (PSL). A maximum from Gurbaz in the 15th over of the run-chase against pacer Sohail Khan was the result of a “helicopter” shot from the Islamabad batsman. This batter’s unconventional batting style, which resulted in six runs, was praised by the commentators as well.

Rahmatullah Gurbaz’s “helicopter” shot is seen below:

At one stage, Islamabad needed 25 runs off 34 balls, and Gurbaz went for Sohail and smacked him for two straight sixes and a four in three balls.

Both openers Paul Stirling and Alex Hales scored half-centuries as Islamabad chased down a target of 169 runs.

While Stirling was out for 57 runs, Hales was undefeated on 82 runs from 54 deliveries.

Gurbaz was the hero as he remained unbeaten on 27 and led his team to a nine-wicket victory with 25 balls remaining.

Sherfane Rutherford’s 70 runs in 46 balls helped Peshawar post a solid total earlier when they batted first.

For Islamabad, Faheem Ashraf and Hasan Ali each grabbed two wickets, while Mohammad Wasim Jr and skipper Shadab Khan each claimed one wicket.

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