Destruction in 20 balls : Rashid Khan bowled eight strikes in 20 attempts. He captured 3 important wickets while conceding 25 runs. Not a single border was specified.
Rashid Khan is having fun before the Asia Cup. By stunning the opposition with his incredible form, he is demonstrating his bowling wizardry.
Before three matches, this player’s backstory was different. But this Afghan player is now seeking retribution. He has been getting wickets in a row.
This has been taking place since the previous three matches. An English 100-ball tournament called The Hundred provided a recent illustration of this.
Rashid Khan grabbed wickets there one after the other to help his team win. He completed all of this with only 20 balls, though.
The London Spirit and Trent Rockets squared off in the game. In this game, Rashid Khan is a member of the Trent Rockets. In The Hundred’s second season, Rashid Khan’s first match is this one.
But when he stepped on to the field, he appeared to resume where he left off in The Hundred after regaining the form he had lost in Ireland.
The bowling of Rashid Khan was destructive.
Rashid Khan only faced 20 balls for Trent Rockets against London Spirit. He bowled 8 deliveries in 20 pitches, contributing 25 runs and picking up 3 wickets.
It also includes a player’s wicket, such as Kieron Pollard’s. Rashid also got rid of Jordan Thompson and Dan Lawrence, in addition to Pollard.
The fact that he took these three wickets with a clean delivery is astonishing.
Don Lawrence was the first victim of Rashid Khan’s wicket streak in this game. The wicket was then taken by Kieron Pollard. Jordan Thompson then exited.
capturing successive wickets.
In the last three games in a row, Rashid Khan has taken wickets. He had been observed battling an issue earlier.
He is fighting for each and every wicket. However, such was not the case in the last three games.
Before reaching The Hundred, he got 3 wickets in the final two games of the T20 series against Ireland.
Rashid Khan’s comeback before the Asia Cup is definitely good news for Afghanistan, but it’s bad news for other teams, especially India.