Wahab Riaz amazes all with five failed run-ups in a row
Pakistan fast bowler, whose mesmerizing spell to Shane Watson during a Pakistan-Australia match in 2015 rose him to fame, is again talk of the town, but not for a good reason this time.
He has set a new record of forgetting run-up for five times in a row against Sri Lanka. He took around seven and a half minutes to complete this over.
This caught coach Mickey Arthur off guard and he sunk his head in his hand amid mix feelings of embarrassment and annoyance then he brisked walk out of the pavilion.
Captain Sarfraz Ahmed behind the wickets was also left dumbstruck to see Riaz taking five failed run-ups in an attempt to bowl fifth ball successfully.
— Tahir Ibn Manzoor (@TahirIbnManzoor) October 7, 2017
Sri Lanka opener Dimuth Karunaratne’s career best 196 has put the visitors in command at 461-7 in the second day-night Test in Dubai on Saturday.
This is pertinent here to mention that cricket gurus had held Wahab Riaz responsible for Pakistan’s humiliating defeat at the hands of India in their first encounter in Champions Trophy 2017.
Here is the highlights of Wahab Riaz’s fiery spell: