West Indian players are known for their big-hitting capabilities and it was once again on display during the ongoing Pakistan Super League. This time it was former West Indies captain Darren Sammy who stunned the full house to power Peshawar Zalmi to a thrilling win against Quetta Gladiators.

It was not the audacious hitting that grabbed eyeballs. But, it was an injured Sammy, hopping on one leg lit the fireworks.

Needing 16 off the final seven balls, a hobbling Sammy smashed an unbeaten 16 off just four balls to win the game for Peshawar with two balls to spare.

SIX! 18.6 Rahat Ali to Darren Sammy
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- PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) March 1, 2018

SIX! 19.2 Anwar Ali to Darren Sammy
Watch ball by ball highlights at https://t.co/OhOiaZDLRV#QGvPZ #HBLPSL #Cricingif #PSL2018 pic.twitter.com/YSFjnypFKZ

- PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) March 1, 2018

Darren Sammy scores the match-winning 4 for Peshawar Zalmi !
Watch ball by ball highlights at https://t.co/OhOiaZDLRV#QGvPZ #HBLPSL #Cricingif #PSL2018 pic.twitter.com/1uXUfcUZkN

— PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) March 1, 2018

"I just went out there thinking I could hit three sixes and win the match. I backed myself and I did the job that the team needed," Sammy said after his match-winning knock.

Watch: Sammy's match-winning blitz on one leg!

Last Updated: Fri, Mar 02, 2018 20:06 hrs
Darren Sammy

West Indian players are known for their big-hitting capabilities and it was once again on display during the ongoing Pakistan Super League. This time it was former West Indies captain Darren Sammy who stunned the full house to power Peshawar Zalmi to a thrilling win against Quetta Gladiators.

It was not the audacious hitting that grabbed eyeballs. But, it was an injured Sammy, hopping on one leg lit the fireworks.

Needing 16 off the final seven balls, a hobbling Sammy smashed an unbeaten 16 off just four balls to win the game for Peshawar with two balls to spare.

"I just went out there thinking I could hit three sixes and win the match. I backed myself and I did the job that the team needed," Sammy said after his match-winning knock.

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