As soon as tomorrow, Rashid Khan, the team’s outstanding all-arounder from Afghanistan, will join, Lahore Qalandars are expected to see a significant boost. In Lahore’s upcoming match against the Quetta Gladiators on February 21 at the National Bank Cricket Arena in Karachi, Rashid will be available for selection.
The talented all-rounder has been a crucial part of Lahore for a number of years and helped the team win their maiden PSL championship last season.
Rashid played the most of the competition even though he wasn’t accessible in the later stages of the competition, where he confused the opposing hitters. In the nine games Rashid played in the competition last year, he took 13 wickets with an average of 17.30 and an economy rate of 6.25.
One of the top T20 bowlers in the world will now be at Lahore, one of the tournament’s most feared bowling groups. The Qalandars defeated Multan Sultans in their opening game of the competition by a single run. Their second tournament game is scheduled to take place tonight against the Karachi Kings.