It was an incredible moment to wait for cricket fans to see the legends of Pakistan cricket in Mets ground, New York City for the first match of the Sachin Vs. Warne T20 series.
When the Warriors chose to bowl, Wasim the “Sultan of Swing” was ready to show off his skills first time after his retirement in 2003. Many criticized that these players are retired and this isn’t going to be as exiting as it used to be. But the player proved them wrong!
Over 1: 1-1-2-4-0-0
Over 2: 0-2-0-0-0-1
Over 3: 1-1-1-1lb-0-1
Over 4: 1-0-0-0-0-0
At the economy of 4.00 he conceded 16 runs off 4 overs and helped the Warriors to control the Blasters scoring.
Over 1: 0-0-2b-4-0-1
Over 2: 0-4-0-0wd-W-0wd-W-0
Over 3: 4-0-W-0wd-0-1-0
Over 4: 0-1-0-0-1-6
In 4 overs he conceded a total of 26 runs and taken Hayden and Sangakkara’s wicket.
After his retirement in 2011, he’s still got his famous aggressive speed which got him the name “Rawalpindi Express”! He helped the Sachin’s Blasters to an extent and did his part to support the team. But at the end Ricky Ponting and Sangakkara’s partnership helped the Warriors get away with 1-0 lead in the Cricket All-Stars series’ first match.