He’s got ice in his veins, Azhar Ali mightily impressed with Pakistan player who hit game-winning six off last ball

Azhar Ali believes Danish Aziz has ice in his veins for leading Sindh to victory over Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with a last-ball six

Azhar Ali: “What a knock from the young Danish Aziz, great game awareness, didn’t panic [and] well supported by Anwar Ali”

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Pakistan Test captain Azhar Ali believes batting all-rounder Danish Aziz has ice in his veins after he didn’t panic and led Sindh to victory with a last-ball six in their National T20 Cup match against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Aziz hammered an unbeaten 72, which came off 47 balls and included eight boundaries and four sixes.

The 24-year-old was well supported by Anwar Ali, who struck a 32-ball 33 late in the game, which included three boundaries.

“What a knock from the young Danish Aziz, great game awareness, didn’t panic [and] well supported by Anwar Ali,” Azhar said on Twitter.

Aziz has now scored 162 runs in six games, which includes two half-centuries, at an average of 162 and a strike-rate of 163.63.

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