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Watch: Hilarious incident as Chadwick Walton ends in awkard position trying to catch the ball

By Balaji
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The Pakistan super league has been a massive success and the Pakistan fans have been presented with some scintillating performances of non-stop cricketing action.

The cricket being the number 1 sport in the country, there is no surprise that they turned the PSL into a huge success which is happening on the shores of Pakistan for the first time in their cricket history. Another 2 weeks of action is remaining in PSL which means that the tournament has neared its end. The teams are fighting hard for a place in the playoffs.

Ben Dunk shocked with Chadwick Walton’s behavior

Lahore Qalandars is one of the worst teams in the PSL history. They don’t have a great track record in PSL and more often than not they have ended up at the bottom of the table. They have started in no different way this season around but to everybody’s surprise they are starting to win games in a sound manner and turning the tables on their head.

While defending 187 runs, the Karachi Kings’ captain Imad Wasim gave the ball to the part-timer Cameron Delport to stop the raging Ben Dunk.

The batsman while trying to reverse sweep, missed the ball and the ball went in the air. The wicket-keeper Chadwick Walton tried to catch the ball but ended up at an awkward position which no cricketer wants to be in.

Lahore Qalandars slowly moving up the ladder

All of a sudden, the points table has opened up big time and Lahore Qalandars’s 3 wins has put them in the contention for the playoffs. Lahore Qalandars are playing some fearless cricket at the moment thanks to the Australian Ben Dunk who is tearing apart the opposition bowling attacks to smithereens.

The southpaw is in the form of his life as he rose to 3rd in the list of highest run-getters with 250 runs from just 5 innings at an average of 83.

Balaji

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