Rohit Sharma And David Warner Most Difficult to Bowl to: Shadab Khan
CRICDOT DESK : Pakistani weirdo Shadab Khan has been very impressive at the international level in recent years. After his international debut in 2017, the 23-year-old not only solidified his position with accurate performance, but also became the team’s deputy captain with a white ball.
Shadab recently had a question and answer session with fans. Asked for the name of the toughest batter he has ever counterattacked, Pakistani stars chose India’s Rohit Sharma and Australia’s David Warner.
Shadab also revealed the story behind his nickname “Shady” during the session, and
said it was former captain Sarfaraz Ahmed who gave him the nickname.
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Shadab chose three wickets in the recent T20 series against the West Indies when the host registered 30 clean sweeps in the semifinals. Shadab finished the tournament with nine wickets.
Pakistan had an impressive campaign at the T20 World Cup before losing to Australia in the semi-finals. The Pakistani team advanced to the semi-finals after winning all group stage games, including winning 10 wickets against rival India in the opening game. This was Pakistan’s first victory over India in a World Cup match. Since its debut at
, Shadab has represented Pakistan with 64 T20Is, 48 ODIs and 6 tests, choosing 62, 73 and 14 wickets, respectively.
He is also a practical lower butter of over and has been internationally for six and a half centuries. Shadab is part of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) Islamabad United starting in January.