Pakistan’s younger quick bowler, Shahnawaz Dahani, has been some of the thrilling kids to emerge from this 12 months’s Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) 6. He witnessed a meteoric rise as he completed the match because the main wicket-taker.
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Former Pakistan captain, Shahid Afridi, believes that he has unearthed yet one more quick bowling gem. Afridi took to Twitter to disclose that Dahani’s younger brother is simply as gifted as him, if not higher. Afridi stated that he was actually impressed with the younger pacer and there’s some critical quick bowling expertise within the Dahani household.
Actually impressed by this younger quick bowler who’s brother of Shahnawaz Dahani, critical bowling expertise within the household! There may be actual cricket expertise in inside Sindh, ideally gamers should not have to journey to Karachi, we have to produce high quality services throughout inside Sindh. pic.twitter.com/E8y8okY4Bx
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) July 8, 2021
Afridi added that Pakistan must spend money on areas like inside Sindh as the realm has lots of gifted cricketers. He stated that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants to offer top-level services in inside Sindh as such gamers need to journey to Karachi to coach in such services.
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Dahani, who himself hails from a small village close to Larkana in inside Sindh, has additionally talked in regards to the lack of services within the space quite a few instances. He revealed throughout an interview that he used to work as a farmer and cultivated wheat and rice in his village previous to starting his cricketing journey.
The younger quick bowler shared the dressing room with Shahid Afridi for Multan Sultans within the first part of this 12 months’s PSL. Sadly, Afridi was not accessible for the Abu Dhabi leg resulting from an harm. Dahani, however, was influential for Multan Sultans as they lifted their first-ever PSL title.