Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan is good to go to join the Lahore Qalandars by and Rashid Khan Pakistan Super League 2021 in Abu Dhabi. The famous spinner played just two matches during the primary leg of the competition, which had begun in Pakistan in February. He needed to leave the competition for his global responsibilities for the Afghanistan group, which needed to play against Zimbabwe.
Half a month prior, Qalandars had joined Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan as the swap for Rashid Khan. PSL had directed a unique draft to fill in the spots in every one of the groups that had unfamiliar players passing up a great opportunity. In a fascinating new development, Shakib pulled out of the competition, which brought Rashid back in the image.
The leg-spinner discussed his energy to be back with the establishment. I’m eager to be back with PSL and Lahore Qalandars,” Rashid said to Cricbuzz. “I a few decent games with them prior and the group headed out to a decent beginning, I am cheerful to help them proceed with the force.”
Rashid Khan to venture out to England for T20 Blast just after PSL 2021
Discussing the PSL 2021, the competition had begun on February 20 and was going on in Karachi. Every one of the vital advances were taken and a bio bubble was set up. In any case, because of a penetrate, the competition must be stopped after only 14 matches. This version will presently be totally played in Abu Dhabi beginning from June 1, with the last to be played on June 20.
Rashid Khan has additionally pursued another T20 responsibility after the PSL. He will fly straightforwardly to England, where he should be with the Sussex County Cricket Club for the T20 Blast 2021. Rashid said, “I’m truly anticipating getting together with my colleagues at endless supply of the PSL. While the movement limitations set up have been a major factor in deferring my appearance, it is lucky I am as yet ready to play some undeniable level cricket prior to making a beeline for Hove later in June.”
Rashid Khan planned to be played from June 9. Sussex’s first match will be played on June 11. Subsequently, Rashid will miss a few matches toward the start of the mission. Sussex has Travis Head and David Wiese to fill in the abroad spaces before the star leg-spinner shows up in the competition.