Mohammad Amir asks Luke Ronchi to be ready for face-off when reminded about previous match

Mohammad Amir asks Luke Ronchi to be ready for face-off when reminded about previous match

The southpaw is one of the most-feared bowlers in the world.

Mohammad Amir
Mohammad Amir. (Photo Source: Instagram)

The Dubai leg of Pakistan Super League (PSL) ended after Islamabad United thrashed Karachi Kings in the qualifier round of the tournament. The winner of the qualifier goes straight to the finals while the loser side goes on to play the winner of eliminator 1 in the second eliminator of the tournament.

Karachi Kings led by Eoin Morgan posted 154 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in the 20 overs. However, Islamabad United opener Luke Ronchi had different plans for the day it seemed when he started blasting the Karachi bowlers to every corner of the ground. Ronchi’s 94-run innings came off just 39 where he smashed 12 fours and 5 sixes which routed Karachi flat to the ground. All the Karachi bowlers gave away runs at more than 10 runs per over. Ronchi’s blitz meant that Islamabad chased down the target in just 20 overs.

However, being second on the points table, Karachi got another opportunity to have a sigh at the finals. The first eliminator of the match went to the wire as the winner was declared on the last ball where Quetta Gladiators failed to get 3 runs off the last ball.

Amir having fun on Twitter

Pakistan Pacer Mohammed Amir took to Twitter where he tweeted about the exciting game. However, one of the users replied Amir on his tweet where he said that Luke Ronchi is waiting for them in the finals once again.

Amir responding the tweet, said that ask Ronchi to be ready for the face-off.

His tweet:

Sadly, for the fans, the face-off won’t be possible as Karachi Kings were smashed by another wicket-keeper batsman Peshawar Zalmi’s Kamran Akmal in the 2nd eliminator of the tournament. Akmal blasted 77 runs in just 27 balls which included 8 sixes. Karachi Kings failed to chase down the total and eventually went crashing out of the tournament.

However, Mohammad Amir was the only bowler who managed to stay away from the firepower of Peshawar Zalmi as he gave just 16 runs in his 4 overs.