With cricket all but in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is one of the few tournaments still taking place – albeit behind closed doors.
The PSL 2020 is almost at an end with just the two semi-finals followed by the summit clash remaining for the T20 competition to conclude. Meanwhile, on Sunday, Aussie master blaster Chris Lynn resurrected ‘Lynnsanity’ with an incredible century to guide the Lahore Qalandars to the finals.
It’s the first time the Qalandars have made the finals, having claimed the wooden spoon every year since the league was launched in 2016.
Lynn slammed 113 not out off 55 balls to help the side to their first-ever PSL final as well as claiming the franchises first century in the tournament.
The Brisbane-born was at his destructive best with eight sixes and 12 fours as he hit the biggest century of the season, reaching to the triple figures off just 52 balls.
Here’s the video:
THE LYNNSANITY CONTINUES
Chris Lynn and his fantastic innings today against the Multan Sultans. What a powerful innings and that too at a stage where it was needed the most.
— PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) March 15, 2020
Australian T20 star Lynn is now heading home from Pakistan in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. He will need to spend 14 days in self-isolation when he arrives in Australia, with the government enforcing tighter border security laws for anyone landing in the country after Monday midnight.