Jason Roy scored the highest score in PSL history

Pakistan Super League (PSL) team Quetta Gladiators’ Jason Roy has become the highest individual scorer in the history of PSL

In the match, Jason Roy of Quetta Gladiators made a new history of individual score in PSL by playing 145 off 63 balls with the help of 5 sixes and 20 fours against Peshawar Zalmi.

Earlier, the record for scoring the most individual runs was held by Colin Ingram of Karachi Kings, who scored 127 runs at Sharjah in 2019.

Apart from this, Jason Roy has also become the first foreign cricketer to score two centuries in PSL, he also scored 116 runs against Qalandars last season.

Jason Roy completed a century in 44 balls for Quetta against Peshawar, while Multan Sultans’ Rilee Rossouw scored the fastest century in 43 balls and Lahore Qalandars’ Harry Brooks scored a century in 48 balls.

In the match played in Rawalpindi, for the first time in the PSL, two centuries were scored in a match and the biggest chase of the league was made.

Peshawar Zalmi scored 240 runs for the loss of two wickets in the 25th match of the eighth season of the HBL PSL, chasing target, Quetta Gladiators achieved the target on the second ball of the 19th over at the loss of two wickets.

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