His arrival in world cricket is like a holder of the leg-spin industry. After his debut with the most artistic and challenging talent of cricket, he has been fascinated by the fans. Many batsmen also have to struggle to play him. However, Afghan star Rashid Khan mentioned the names of some batsmen who are difficult to bowl.
The young Afghan leg-spinner said it was difficult to bowl against anyone. In an Instagram live chat with Indian leg-spinner Yuzbendra Chahal, Rashid Khan said Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers, Chris Gayle, and Andre Russell had problems getting the ball. Especially in small fields.
The Afghan star also said that he dreamed of playing in the IPL, one of the best franchise leagues in the world. Speaking on the IPL issue, he also mentioned the point of playing in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). Rashid said, ‘I played in Bangladesh Premier League before IPL. The experience of IPL is different.
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‘It was my dream to play in IPL, and I grew up watching it on TV. All-star cricketers play in this league. The coaching staff is also high. He added that this leg spinner is currently at the core of interest in all the franchise leagues in the world.
Rashid Khan mentioned the name of some of the batsmen and said it was difficult to bowl against them, “It’s challenging to bowl Virat Bhai (Virat Kohli), ABD (Villiers), Russell (Andre Russell) and Chris Gayle on a small field. You won’t get too much support from the wicket. The boundary is minimal, so you have to keep these in mind before the match.
Sunrisers Hyderabad has been playing in the IPL since the 2017 season. He has already taken 55 wickets in 48 matches. Describing his experience of his first IPL match, Rashid added,
‘My debut was against you (Royal Challengers Bangalore). I give the boundary with the first ball. It was hard for me because of the fog on the field. I was a little nervous. I became confident after getting the first wicket (Mandeep Singh). I started enjoying getting the second wicket (Travis Head). ‘