The left-handed fast bowler Jinned Khan did not give a chance to play a series of five-one against South Africa, but it would not be easy to ignore them in the future.
Recently, Jadeed Khan, 29, of the Bangladesh Premier League, scored the wicket of Animam ul Haq’s selection committee in the 7 matches, with 7 runs in Jeddah Khan, Mohammad Amir on the South Africa tour. Prior to that, only 2 wickets could take place in the three-one match.
After the performance of Mohammad Amir, who cuts five-year ban in spot-fixing case, the case has been very weak and Javed Khan has become the center of attention again.
Junaid Khan, who joined the ‘C’ category of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s central category, went out on November 7, 2018, after being scored 56 runs in nine overs against Abu Dhabi in 9 overs in the next two-day matches.
On the question of Junaid Khan’s involvement in South and Club Karachi, wicketkeeper and suspended captain Sarfraz Ahmed said that there was no doubt about Jeddah Khan’s ability and ability, but the selection committee and team management believed that the fitness problems Javed Khan, who left the Domestic competition for Habib Bank, flew to Dubai and after Abu Dhabi’s first one day, his old engineer did not leave them again.
However, after the non-continuation of Mohammad Aamir bowling, Jeddah Khan is now showing a strong possibility of being played with Australia in the series with 5 overs after the Pakistan Super League, and Jeddah’s performance is being played in his world. The importance of getting into the cup is being considered as important.
Junaid Khan, who took 8 wickets in 71 and 9 T20 matches in 22 test matches, will show play for Multan Sultan in 2019.
Junaid Khan, who played the first one-day international against Zimbabwe on September 1, 2011, was involved in the national team in the tenth World Cup led by Shahid Afridi in 2011, but he did not have the opportunity to play a single match.
He was also part of the ICC Champions Trophy-winning squad led by Sarfraz Ahmed in 2017.
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