In a remarkable turn of events that left cricket fans awe-struck, Multan Sultan’s leg-spinner, Usama Mir, etched his name in the annals of Pakistan Super League (PSL) history.

In a stunning display of spin bowling mastery, Mir became the first spinner to claim six wickets in a single PSL match, surpassing the legendary Shahid Afridi’s iconic record.

Shahid Afridi held the record for the best bowling figures by a spinner in PSL for his 5-7, which he claimed in the inaugural season of PSL in 2019. However, Usama Mir broke Afridi’s record while playing against the team led by Afridi’s son-in-law Shaheen Afridi.

The historic moment unfolded during the 14th match of PSL 9, where Multan Sultans clashed with Lahore Qalandars in a high-stakes encounter. Mir’s mesmerizing spell of 6/40 dismantled the Lahore Qalandars’ batting lineup, leaving them reeling and reinforcing Multan Sultan’s dominance in the league.

Notably, Mir became only fourth bowler to take a six-fer in PSL history, prior to him, Ravi Bopara, Faheem Ashraf and Umar Gul achieved the historic feat.

Mir’s journey to glory wasn’t without its challenges. After conceding 16 runs in his initial over, he showcased remarkable resilience and skill to orchestrate a stunning comeback. His strategic bowling and crucial breakthroughs turned the tide of the game decisively in favor of the Multan Sultans.

As Multan Sultans solidified their position at the top of the league standings, Mir’s six-wicket haul served as a testament to the team’s unwavering determination and prowess on the field.

For Lahore Qalandars, the defeat marked a continuation of their struggle in the tournament, with Mir’s brilliance adding to their woes.

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