Saim Ayub: This shot of Pakistani Sam Ayub remains a topic of discussion among fans.

New Delhi:


In the last few years, with the passage of time in T-20 format, the level of this game has increased very rapidly.

The situation has changed rapidly.

Especially batting has become as if it has become less of a left-handed game!

Batsmen are hitting such shots that fans and pundits are wondering how this is possible, but the young batsmen are making the impossible possible with their hard work.

And something similar was seen on Monday during the match played between Islamabad United and Babar Azam's team Peshawar Zalmi in the ongoing Pakistan Super League.

And this shot was seen from the bat of Peshawar Zalmi's lefty opener Sam Ayub, which surprised everyone.

And fans are watching this video again and again

Saim Ayub, that is ridiculous

— Wisden (@WisdenCricket) February 26, 2024

Lefty Sam Ayub Ayub, who had played one test match for Pakistan, came out to open the innings with captain Babar.

And together they gave a fast start to Peshawar.

Lefty Tymal Mills came in with the fifth over.

And his very first ball was towards the leg stump and middle stump.

Was getting up, but there was less space.

But Sam played a no-look flick-scoop shot and sent the ball over long-leg for six runs.

Along with Babar standing at the non-striker's end, the commentators were completely surprised as to which shot this was.

Sam's confidence was so much that he did not even look at the ball.

And he came into 'photo pose' mode as soon as the ball met the bat.

Sam's style has fascinated the fans and they are watching this video again and again. 

more than ridiculous

That's more than ridiculous

— Dr Safi (@drmudsafi) February 26, 2024

special talent

This kid is something else.

— Jibran T. Siddiqui (@jibransiddiqui) February 26, 2024

No-look shot!

No Look Shot @saimAyub

— Sajid Ali (@SajidAl59578091) February 26, 2024