Rashid Khan gets guard of honor at PSL!
CRICDOT DESK : Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan has left the Pakistan Super League (PSL) cricket tournament at least three days ago. Because Bangladesh will face Afghanistan in the first of the three-match ODI series on February 23 in Chittagong.
Rashid Khan left PSL to take part in the series. That is why Saturday night’s match against Islamabad United at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore was Rashid Khan’s last match of the year.
That is why the Afghan Legion has been given a guard of honor on the field by his teammates of Lahore Calendars.
On leaving the field at the end of the day, the players of Lahore came together and gave guard of honor to Rashid. He then went on to celebrate his trademark with Harris Rauf. At the end of all, captain Shahin Shah Afridi hugged Rashid.
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Rashid Khan has taken 13 wickets at an economy rate of only 6.25 in 9 matches in this year’s PSL. Fawad Ahmed will play as Rashid’s replacement in the remaining matches of the tournament.
Incidentally, the Afghanistan cricket team is in Bangladesh to play a series of three ODIs and two T20 matches. The series will start with ODI on February 23 in Chittagong. The second and third ODIs will be played in the port city on February 25 and 26, respectively.
Then Afghanistan will come to Dhaka. They will play a T20 match against the Tigers here on March 3 and 5.