Pakistan's fast bowler Mohammad Haas Nine was immediately asked to return from the CPL. He originally went to the West Indies, where there was no objection to be able to do a full tournament of Trinbago Knight Riders, but was canceled by the PCB to bring the 19-year-old back to Quaid. -e-Azam Trophy.
Hasnain played two first-class games earlier this year but became famous earlier this year when brought by Quetta Gladiators. The reason is that teens consistently started hitting 150kph, ending with 12 turnstiles in 28 overs, with an economic ratio of 7.5. This resulted in a virgin call to Pakistan's day team in March and the World Cup spot in July (even if no one played).
It was not surprising that TKR called, but the fact that one of Pakistan's most promising bowlers missed the first round of the Quaid-e-Azam trophy, where they played T20 cricket abroad, was especially struck by the views of other senior Pakistanis. It was. The bowlers are doing the same. Mohammad Amir retired from test cricket earlier this year, and Wahab Riaz decided to take an indefinite break from first-class cricket. These events, and perhaps a test tour in Australia in November, allowed PCBs to send Haas Nine back home to hone their long-length skills.
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