Rashid Khan has claims to the best teenage cricketing of his time. Rashid made his one-day international debut against Zimbabwe in Afghanistan in October 2015 and urged to make his T20 International debut facing the same contestant later that month. Modern face with trendy marketing leg-spin, Rashid outnumbers leg breaks with googlies, something he’s mastered into a reliable and very retaliatory arm and executes it without ever becoming so obvious.
As much as his noticeable profile can believe, Rashid is an agile fielder who is well able to put in the dives and then excels at clearing the wide ropes in the slog overs to top it all off. His growing all-round skills pave the way for him to trail around most international sides, pitting him as someone ready to hunt Afghanistan into better times. And he can only get better and more firmly from eighteen onwards.
An influence player, Rashid Khan, is a multi-dimensional player. Khan is holding the record for being the youngest player in Test cricket to lead his country. He has picked up 23 wickets in four Tests. The average bowling score is 21.08. Well, that sounds like an excellent start to his Afghan red-ball career.
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