[Watch] Jahandad Khan and Zaman Khan’s hilarious fielding fail angers Sikandar Raza

Jahandad Khan and Zaman Khan's fielding mishap costs the team 2 runs

Sikandar Raza
Sikandar Raza. (Image Source: X)

In a highly-competitive T20 cricket era, wins don’t come that easy. If the team were to get over the finishing line, the players will need to operate in collective rhythm and fire all the cylinders – batting, bowling and fielding respectively to sniff a chance of a win.

Talking about fielding, it is important for the players to remain alert on the field such that they don’t make mistakes but silly efforts by fielders could prove to be costly and the same was witnessed during the 14th match of PSL 2024.

The match between Lahore Qalandars and Multan Sultans saw two players making a complete mess on the field. Their fielding effort made the fans question their fielding standards but at the same time, the incident left the cricket fraternity in stitches.

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Jahandad Khan and Zaman Khan’s fielding mishap grabs everyone’s attention in PSL 2024

Multan Sultans’ wicketkeeper-batsman Usman Khan nudged Sikandar Raza’s length ball between the square leg and midwicket for a single. Meanwhile, the Lahore Qalandars fielders Jahandad Khan and Zaman Khan were sprinting towards the ball.

As it turned out, both the fielders ended up missing the ball completely as they ran exactly opposite to each other. Sikandar Raza who contained runs in his over was unhappy with the sloppy fielding effort by the duo.

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Their shoddy effort gave the opposition to convert a single to three runs. The video clip of the same has gone viral on social media. Meanwhile, Multan Sultans finished strongly as they garnered 214/4 in their quota of 20 overs.

Usman Khan was the pick of the batters as he chipped in with 96 off 55 balls including 11 fours and 2 sixes at a strike rate of 174.55. Apart from him, Iftikhar Ahmed provided fireworks in the fag end of the innings, scoring an unbeaten 40 off 18 including 2 fours and 3 sixes.

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