Lahore (Monitoring Desk) Ehsanullah, the fastest bowler of the eighth season of Pakistan Super League (PSL), was also discussed in the Indian media. According to Indian Express, Ehsanullah, who is part of Multan Sultans, is a resident of Matta, a small village in the Swat Valley. He was a tape ball cricketer. Once his uncle saw him playing cricket and was impressed by his bowling speed.
Ehsanullah’s maternal uncle convinced his father to send his son to learn cricket. After receiving permission, Ehsanullah took part in the Pakistan Cricket Board trial held in Mardan. There, Ehsanullah bowled at a speed of 140 kilometers per hour.
He was then shortlisted for the stage 2 camp in Multan where the coaches started teaching him. There, Ehsanullah bowled at a speed of 144 kilometers per hour. Ehsanullah’s journey starting from there has brought him to the Pakistan Super League where he has become the fastest bowler of season 8 and probably the honor of the bowler who took the most wickets in this season will also go to him. In the recent match. He dismissed Pakistan’s famous batsman Sarfaraz Ahmed by throwing the ball at a speed of 150 kilometers per hour. In a match against Quetta Gladiator, Ehsanullah took 5 wickets by giving only 12 runs in his 4 overs.