T10 League 2018: Maratha Arabians vs Pakhtoons — Afghanistan cricketer Rashid Khan once again impressed with the bat as he played a 7-ball 21 cameo to help Maratha Arabian’s post 125 in their stipulated 10 overs. But what stole the show was Rashid’s helicopter shot of tall Mohammed Irfan. The bowler was coming round the wicket and Rashid got into a very good position to launch the helicopter shot, he got the timing right and hit it for a six. His shot seemed to have flummoxed his own teammates sitting in the dugout.Also Read - MS Dhoni Helps Rishabh Pant With Wicketkeeping Drills While Virat Kohli's India Take on Australia in Warm-up Game, Video Goes Viral | WATCH

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The helicopter shot is a signature shot of the former India captain MS Dhoni, but lately, many cricketers have tried it, some have done it successfully, whereas some have failed. It is a very effective shot to counter a full-length yorker in the death overs of a match.

Despite Rashid Khan’s brilliance, Maratha Arabians lost the match by eight wickets.

Pakhtoons Squad
Playing XI
Andre Fletcher, Colin Ingram, Muhammad Kaleem, Cameron Delport, Shafiqullah Shafiq (wk), Shahid Afridi (c), Gulbadin Naib, Liam Dawson, Sohail Khan, Mohammad Irfan, RP Singh

Maratha Arabians Squad
Playing XI
Hazratullah Zazai, Alex Hales, Najibullah Zadran, Kamran Akmal, Brendan Taylor (wk), Dwayne Bravo (c), Rashid Khan, James Faulkner, Roelof van der Merwe, Zahoor Khan, Richard Gleeson