Rashid Khan Reveals 3 Best Wickets Of His Career

Rashid Khan, the star player of Sunrisers Hyderabad impressed one and all with his impeccable performance in the just concluded season of Indian Premiere League. Although, Sunrisers Hyderabad lost the finale match to Chennai Super Kings who won by 8 wickets. It was Rashid Khan’s performance throughout the season which won everyone’s heart.

I m Really Really sorry to @sunrisershyd fans for not being champions this year iPL2018 is over now had some wonderful memories great performances for each and everyone. I think one of the best IPL I have ever seen and had very close games full entertainment thanks to the management coaching and most importantly to the Fans Everywhere in India for the support and Love . Can’t wait for next Year to start INSHALLAH @sunrisershyd @iplt20

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The Afghanistan leggie, Rashid Khan made the top batsmen run for money with his sensational bowling. He became a star and was one of the reasons for his team’s success this year. Sunrisers Hyderabad was leading the score tables since a very long in the season, however, couldn’t make it to lift the trophy.

The young spinner is incredibly talented, and not just with bowling but in all the departments of the game. In the Qualifiers, we got a glimpse of his destructive batting skills when he scored 34 runs in only 10 balls. It was an eye-treat to watch him play at the tournament.

Coming to his bowling, he took the wickets of almost every top player in the tournament. He dismissed Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers in a single match and made his team win the match. He took 21 wickets in 17 matches he played.

Recently, in an interview Rashid Khan was asked about his best wicket so far, to which Rashid Khan said “The wickets of Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers and MS Dhoni are the best wickets of my career”

Well, Rashid Khan is a powerhouse of talent, we can’t wait to watch him at the tournament next year.

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