England's explosive opening batter Jason Roy returned to Quetta Gladiators with a bang against Peshawar Zalmi in Rawalpindi on Wednesday.
Roy, who rejoined Gladiators after representing his country in ODIs against Bangladesh, smashed a century off just 44 balls, the second-fastest in the Pakistan Super League (PSL)'s history.
The right-handed batter smashed Zalmi bowlers all around the park to set up a perfect show after his team was set to chase mammoth 241 runs in 20 overs.
His mind-blowing took social media by storm.
Here's how fans reacted to this masterclass:
Roy just missed a chance to score fastest PSL century. The record remained with Multan Sultans' Rilee Rossouw who scored the century off 43 balls against Quetta Gladiators in 2020.
The English batter also became the only foreigner to score two centuries in PSL. In 2022, he scored 116 against Lahore Qalandars in Karachi.