PSL Special

PSL continues its tradition of giving rise to emerging bowlers


The Land of Pakistan has been known for producing bowlers who are great on the field. From Wasim Akram to Shaheen Shah, we have witnessed numerous pacers, spinners and swingers stun everyone with their performances. Pakistan Super League, season six is no different. There are already names who have been getting recognition worldwide. Let’s review some of those names.

Shahnawaz Dhaani- Multan Sultans
Belonging to Larkana, he made his first-class debut on 25 November 2019, for Sindh, in the 2019–20 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. In this edition of PSL, he is representing Multan Sultans. A right-arm medium-fast bowler. Till now Dhaani has been successful in taking 2 wickets in each match he has played for his team. Azhar Mehmood and Wahab Riaz appreciated the bowler. His overall body language on the ground is quite humble too.

Muhammad Wasim- Islamabad United
Wasim started his career in north Waziristan but it reached new heights once he settled in Peshawar. Till now has 4 wickets in his record with three of them coming in the opening game. He however went wicketless against Karachi Kings. His long-term aim is to play as an all-rounder in Pakistan National Cricket Team.

Muhammad Imran- Peshawar Zalmi
A 20 years old bowler who has made his debut in this season of PSL. He was awarded the cap by the former captain and current coach Darren Sammy. He has not been able to get a huge number of wickets, just two till now but his economy seems pretty good.

The future of bowling looks bright for Pakistan and as many would say these players are actually the “Future of Pakistan” If they are provided proper coaching and grooming, they will surely be able to wear the jersey of the national team at the international level.

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