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Most Successful Players of PSL & Amazing Records

Most Successful Players of PSL | PSL 4th season is started now. Excitement of Cricket lover’s is on peak.

Everyone is busy to supporting any PSL team,

however if we talk about previous 3 PSL there are some amazing records, that you never ever seen in the world.

So let’s talk about Most Successful Players of PSL and his performance records.

Highest Score Record in PSL

So that, the amazing Player of all PSL’s is Kamaran Akmal.

Kamran Akmal played 34 matches in PSL and made 929 runs which is highest score of any player in all PSL Editions.

Centuries.

Total 3 centuries were done in PSL and 2 whom were Kamran Akmal.

Most Half Centuries in PSL

Babar Azam made most half centuries in all previous PSL editions, he done 7 half centuries.

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Boundaries

Kamran Akmal has done highest boundaries in PSL, he made 85 fours and 49 sixes.

Catches

Most interesting thing is about Kamran Akmal in all previous 3 PSL editions he took highest catches behind the wicket. He took 15 catches in 20 matches.

Out Without score

Kamran Akmal was more often out without score in PSL, he was out 5 times in PSL.

Most Sixes in PSL

Most sixes record is in hand of Umer Akmal , who is brother of Kamran Akmal.

Most Successful Players of PSL as a Bowler

If we talking about most successful bowler in Pakistan super league, than Wahan Riaz has a great record, he took 48 wickets in 31 matches.

Most Successful Team of PSL

Islamabad united is most successful team of Pakistan Super League, they won 2 PSL championships (2016 & 2018). Peshawar Zalmi won 1 Season in 2017.

4th season is on its peak and fighting for winning the tournament.

Loser Team

Lahore Qalandars is one and only PSL team who face most defeats in all PSL seasons.

Let’s see who will win this PSL , and how many new records PSL 4 will make this year.

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