Rawalpindi: Khushd Shah received the glory of scoring the quickest century by Pakistan.
In the second part of National T20 Cup held in Rawalpindi, Sindh and Southern Punjab had a troublesome match. In the final over, Southern Punjab defeated not solely Sindh but in addition the second greatest within the historical past of National T20. He additionally had the glory of assembly the goal.
Southern Punjab batsman Khushdal Shah performed a key function in his workforce's victory by scoring a century. The younger batsman scored a century off 35 balls which included 9 sixes and eight fours. He thus turned the quickest Pakistani to attain a century in T20.
Earlier, the award went to nationwide workforce opening batsman Ahmed Shehzad, who scored a century off 40 balls in 2012.
Khushdal Shah turned the fifth quickest batsman to attain a century in T20 cricket globally, adopted by West Indies batsman Chris Gayle (30), Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rashab Punt (32), Wuhan Lube (33) Australia's Andrew Symonds has scored a century off 34 balls whereas South Africa's David Miller and India's Rohit Sharma have scored 35 and 35 balls respectively.