Multan Sultans in-form batter Shan Masood has made a spectacular start to the seventh edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
After scoring a 50-ball 83 against Lahore Qalandars, Shan Masood scored 88 runs in just 58 balls to help a struggling Multan Sultans steer to a 174-run target.
With his 88-run innings, Shan became the highest run-scorer in the ongoing PSL and received the "Hanif Mohammad" cap from Sultans' coach Andy Flower.
The left-handed batter's form has been a cause of concern for the selectors and fans, who criticized him for his inconsistency, but Shan has replied to his critics with two world-class performances in the first two matches of the PSL.
Fans on Twitter praised the 32-year-old for his exceptional knock against Quetta Gladiators.
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