Video: Lynn emits steam during PSL 2020

Pakistan Super League might not be popular when compared to the Indian Premier League but it hits the headlines for all the reasons. Be it right, wrong or hilarious, this edition has certainly been an entertaining package to the cricket fans from across the world.

Video: Lynn emits steam during PSL 2020
Chris Lynn emits steam

This time around, there was another reason which lit up the league. A video surfaced online is doing the rounds on social platforms show that Australia batsman Chris Lynn emitting steam from his head. The atmosphere was so hot that Chris Lynn’s head appears to have steam coming out of it.

While chasing a target of 133 in 12 overs, Lahore Qalandars’ opener Chris Lynn lost his wicket in the fifth over itself. When Lynn made his way back to the pavilion, the smoke rose from his head when he took his helmet off.

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As soon as he removed his helmet in frustration, his head released steam. Netizens seemed to enjoy this particular moment as they had some fun on social media by sharing the picture of Lynn emitting steam.

Meanwhile, Qalandars were restricted by Zalmi to 116 for the loss of six wickets. Samit Patel remained not out on 34 off 15 balls and was the top-scorer for Qalandars. Chris Lynn scored 30 off 15 balls while Fakhar Zaman chipped in with 22. Peshawar Zalmi registered a 16-run victory in a rain-curtailed encounter at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.

Continuous rain and a wet outfield led to a delay in the start of the match and because of which it resulted in a 12-over aside game.

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