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[Watch] Hasan Ali Outclasses Tom Kohler-Cadmore With A Brilliant In-Dipper

image-lsvpwwalHasan returned with a brilliant three-fer. (X.com)

In the ongoing match of the Pakistan Super League - PSL 2024 between Peshawar Zalmi and Karachi Kings, Hasan Ali was at his absolute best as he bowled a brilliant delivery to outfox Tom Kohler-Cadmore.

It was the first ball of the sixth over of the first innings. Hasan, bowling his first over, came over the wicket. 

It was a length delivery pitched full on the off stump, which held its line as the batter pushed at it but down the wrong line, almost like playing for the away swing and missing it altogether, as the ball hit the top of the off stump to send Kohler-Cadmore back to the dugout.

Despite losing two quick wickets, Karachi Kings had a strong start in the first five overs, with Babar Azam aggressively scoring runs. 

Accompanying him was the explosive Tom Kohler-Cadmore, known for his power-hitting. Removing him early was crucial for Peshawar Zalmi, and Hasan Ali achieved precisely that by dismissing the English batter.

After a shaky start in the powerplay, Peshawar Zalmi recovered admirably to reach 83/3 after the first ten overs. 

The partnership between Rovman Powell and Babar Azam played a significant role in this recovery, with Babar anchoring the innings while Powell geared up for explosive batting in the latter part.

The duo of Babar and Rovman took charge, steering Peshawar Zalmi out of trouble with a commendable 68-run partnership. However, once Rovman departed, Peshawar Zalmi's innings began to falter. 

Following Asif Ali's brief cameo, the team experienced a collapse. Still, Babar Azam's impressive knock of 72 runs off 51 balls ensured Peshawar posted a competitive total of 154 runs in their first innings.

Hasan Ali continued to make an impact with the ball, claiming two more wickets after dismissing Kohler-Cadmore, ultimately finishing with figures of 3/30 in 3.5 overs. His stellar performance with the ball significantly contributed to Peshawar Zalmi's efforts to restrict Karachi Kings.