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My software has been updated: Mohammad Haris

Peshawar Zalmi’s opener batter Mohammad Haris was shocked after seeing his bat broken into pieces after facing Shaheen Afridi in yesterday’s PSL biggest clash.

Before the match against Lahore, Mohammad Haris was having a funny chit-chat with an interviewer when skipper Shaheen Afridi passed by him.

Shaheen asked Haris, “What did you say about Ihsanullah?”

Mohammad Haris laughed after hearing this and instantly replied, “my software has been updated and I take my words back.”

During Zalmi’s clash with Multan Sultans earlier in the tournament, Haris played a blistering knock of 40 runs from 23 balls, but only faced two deliveries from Sultans’ lanky pacer, Ihsanullah.

“The way ball was coming onto my bat, Ihsanullah is lucky to escape. I understand him since I have kept wickets to him. We play together in KPK team, so I had an idea what he would bowl next.  I had planned for him, but unfortunately I was only able to face two deliveries from him,” Haris said in post-match press conference.

In yesterday’s clash with Qalandars, Shaheen Afridi was in his beast mode when he broke the bat of Mohammad Haris in the very first ball of the second innings. Then in the very next delivery, Haris was dismissed with a searing yorker for a duck.

Shaheen picked up a five-wicket haul to help his team register a 40 run-win over Zalmi.

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