Pakistan fast bowler Haris Rauf was spotted slapping
his teammate Kamran Ghulam while celebrating a wicket after the latter had
dropped a catch off his bowling two balls earlier during a Pakistan Super
(PSL) match on Monday.

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In the second over of the match, Rauf dismissed
Peshawar Zalmi’s Mohammad Harris off the fifth delivery of his over. As his
Lahore Qalandars teammates ran towards him to celebrate, the pacer was spotted
slapping Ghulam, who had dropped Hazratullah Zazai off the second ball of the
same over.

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Ghulam, 26-year-old, however, did not take it seriously and was
seen smiling and remained a part of the team huddle and the rest of the Lahore
Qalandars players also seemed to be unmoved by the action. Rauf could later
be seen hugging Ghulam and making up for the incident.

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During the match, Zalmi scored 158 for 7 and the
Qalandars seemed to be down and out in the chase when they were reduced to 94/6
in the 15th over. However, captain Shaheen Afridi played an unlikely cameo with
the bat to force the game into a Super Over.

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Mohammad Umar, who bowled the last over of the match,
bowled a delivery that was adjudged wide. After this, Afridi smashed the first
ball for four and the next two for consecutive sixes. Umar then managed to beat
Afridi in the next two deliveries but the pacer used his long handle to
dispatch the delivery for a huge six which resulted in a Super Over. He ended
the match with 39 runs off 20 balls, hitting two fours and four sixes.

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However, eventually, in the match, Peshawar Zalmi
emerged winners. Wahab Riaz gave away just four runs in the Super Over which
meant Zalmi needed just five runs to win the match. Shoaib Malik took them over
the line with ease.