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“Fantastic advertisement for the PSL and Twenty20 cricket,” Jason Roy said after his record-breaking PSL performance.

"Fantastic advertisement for the PSL and Twenty20 cricket," Jason Roy said after his record-breaking PSL performance.

Match 25 of the Pakistan Super League was played on March 8 at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium. Quetta Gladiators won thanks to Jason Roy’s unbroken 145-run knock as they pursued a difficult 241-run goal set by Peshawar Zalmi (PSL).

Throughout the match, records fell when the Englishman Roy stormed the opposing team and helped them pursue 241 runs. Following the match-winning innings, Roy deemed his performance to be his “best.” Roy scored an undefeated 145 off of 63 balls with five sixes and 20 fours. This surpasses Colin Ingram’s 2019 undefeated 127 for Karachi Kings, which was previously the best score in PSL history.

“Without a question, this is my finest Twenty-20 innings. I am certain that this will go down in history as one of the greatest, and I will remember it for a very long time. This is my favorite innings in T20 cricket because I was present until the conclusion. Amazing is the only word that adequately describes it. It’s a fantastic advertisement for the PSL and Twenty20 cricket,” Roy said during the post-game presentation.
One evening, two magnificent tons – Jason Roy eclipses Babar Azam.
Interestingly, two remarkable century were recorded during the contest. Zalmi skipper Babar Azam scored his maiden century (115 runs off 65 balls) in a losing cause, whereas the other innings concluded in a winning cause.

Roy bestowed additional accolades on Babar’s innings during the post-match presentation. Babar amassed 15 fours and three sixes to assist his team in reaching a record 240 runs.

“This was a magnificent sight to behold, but sadly it was against us. It was incredibly great to see Babar in person, although he could have gotten a little less to make things easier for us,” added Roy.

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