Rashid Khan sets new world record in T20 cricket
Rashid Khan’s Twenty20 career is only 5 years. The peddler of franchise Twenty20 cricket is now this Afghan. The world is now fascinated by his leg-spin magic. He is writing his name in one record after another. Rashid Khan sets a new world record in the history of T20 cricket.
This time he entered the elite club formed with Shakib Al Hasan, Lasith Malinga, and Shahid Afridi. Rashid Khan is the eighth bowler in the history of T20 to take 300 wickets with fewer matches played.
The leg-spinner, who played for Barbados Trident, touched the milestone in Thursday’s Caribbean Premier League match against St. Lucia. This was the 213th match of his T20 career. Rashid was 21 years and 335 days old when he touched the 300-wicket milestone by dismissing compatriot Mohammad Nabi. He has built such a reputation as the youngest bowler. He also played fewer matches to enter this club than anyone else.