Usman Khan’s record-breaking 100 was a “natural game”.

Multan Sultans opener Usman Khan speaking to in Islamabad on March 13, 2023. — Presented by the reporter

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Super League (PSL) has forgotten several cricketers since its inception and brought them into the limelight.

Usman Khan, who was previously unheralded, rose to prominence this year after his blistering century against Quetta Gladiators, which came off just 36 balls, the fastest in PSL history.

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The Sultans of Multan made an opening speech Geo news After his exploits and he said he never dreamed of scoring a 36-ball century in T20 cricket and it just flowed.

“It was something I never thought I would do, I just played my natural game and it just flowed. It wasn’t what I planned,” Khan said.

Usman said that he started his cricket in Sheikhupura but moved to Karachi to get a bigger platform, where he was first spotted in the Ramzan Cricket Tournament. He got a chance to feature in Sindh’s 2nd XI but never got a chance in the first XI.

This made Usman think of trying his career in another country and he moved to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Usman continued to play in the UAE. He was chosen first Gladiators of Quetta In the 2021 season and for them, he scored 81 goals in his debut, but did not get a proper run there. He has also played in T10 and Bangladesh Premier League.

His century in the PSL may have put him in the limelight, but Usman wants to continue trying his luck in the UAE.

“You know the situation in Pakistan. You play one season, you play the next. I will continue to play in the UAE because I believe I will get an opportunity to play international cricket from the UAE,” he said.

“I have no regrets or complaints. “I don’t know what will happen if I get the right opportunity here,” said Usman.

The player said he is enjoying his time at Multan Sultans and is grateful to the franchise for the opportunity.

“I know the other players in the side are much better than me, I waited for my chance, in the previous game I was unlucky, but yesterday my hard work paid off for me,” he said.

“Rizwan gave me confidence and told me to continue playing naturally. I was in the 80s and he told me to calm down, but I told him to let me stream,” Usman said.

The cricketer said that he never thinks about records and only gives his best for the team when he comes to bat.

“Records have to be broken, I’m happy to score the fastest century in the PSL, but I will erase this game from my memory when I come out for the next game. “I don’t keep the past in my mind, I look to the future,” he says.

“A lot of people talk about Shahid Afridi, but I’m not close to him, he’s a legend,” Usman said.

Answering a question, the cricketer said that his job is to practice for at least five hours a day and when a player gives such time to the ground, he is usually perfect in his shot selection.

“The only thing in my career is to be a good cricketer and be remembered with good words,” concluded Usman.

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