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| On Updated : Feb 29, 2020 3:52 PM IST

Watch: Bizarre! Chris Lynn’s head releases steam; fans shell-shocked

The Pakistan Super League is up and running with games coming thick and fast. There is no shortage of drama for the fans who have thronged the stadium in large numbers. This edition of the Pakistan Super League has been highly entertaining so far and we have just had 10 days of the action so far.

Truly a bizarre moment!

Among the many moments that had the fans praising the players for their brilliance, one moment had the fans scratching their heads. Chris Lynn was chasing for Lahore Qalandars in the second innings and he was visibly upset after giving away his wicket.

He was literally upset with himself after getting out and there was a video clip that went viral all over social media that shows steam releasing from his head. Such was the amount of heat in the ground that had players head heated up to the extent of releasing smoke.

The viral video

The viral video was circulated in social media especially in Twitter. The fans also commented on the incident to add to the fun by associating Chris Lynn with Brisbane Heat franchise and that being the reason for the steam releasing from his head.

Earlier in the evening, Lahore Qalandars opted to bowl which is always the norm in case of a rain affected match and allowed Peshawar Zalmi to score 132 runs in their allotted 12 overs. It was some serious hitting by the likes of Tom Banton and Haider Ali at the top with Lewis Gregory chipping in at the death with a couple of sixes.

Lahore Qalandars struggled to chase a steep target in spite of brisk start by openers Fakhar Zaman and Chris Lynn. Lewis Gregory halted the momentum by picking up two wickets in the same over and Lahore Qalandars never recovered from that blow as they ended up 16 runs short of Peshawar’s total at the end of 12 overs.

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