During the current iteration of the Vitality Blast 2023, cricket players from Pakistan have been dominating the competition with their outstanding play.
Shadab Khan, a Sussex all-rounder, has been outstanding with both the bat and the ball inT20 Vitality Blast. He has scored 240 runs in 12 matches, including two half-centuries. With a strike rate of 144.57, and he has taken 12 wickets while maintaining an economy rate of 9.33.
In his time at bat for Derbyshire, Haider Ali has been an important contributor. Accumulating 335 runs at a strike-rate of 137.86, including two fifty-point scores.
Shan Masood, the captain of Yorkshire, has only scored 189 runs in 11 matches at a strike rate of 124.34. He has not yet lived up to the expectations that were set for him.
Derbyshire pacer Zaman Khan has been remarkable among the bowlers. He has taken 25 wickets in 14 matches while maintaining an economy rate of 8.28 in T20 Vitality Blast. He is also now the second best wicket-taker in the competition that is currently taking place.
Shaheen Afridi is currently tied for fifth place among all players in terms of the most wickets taken in the competition with 22. His economy rate is 8.40 runs per wicket. He has played 14 matches for Nottinghamshire. Usama Mir has been quite successful for Worcestershire. He has taken 17 wickets in 10 matches while maintaining an economy rate of 7.52.
Naseem Shah, who plays for Leicestershire, has been outstanding by taking four wickets in five matches. keeping an economy rate of 7.36.
Zafar Gohar, a spinner for Gloucestershire, has had a difficult competition thus far. he has taken just seven wickets in nine games while maintaining an economy rate of 7.44.
Imad Wasim, who has recently signed for Nottinghamshire, has already made an impression despite having played in just two matches in T20 Vitality Blast. He has taken two wickets while maintaining an economy rate of 7.81.