Thu. Dec 1st, 2022
MELBOURNE: Fair RasheedEngland’s groundbreaking performances in the T20 World Cup winning campaign could certainly make it a hot property at the upcoming IPL auction on 23 December in Kochi.
Rashid, who literally suffocated India and Pakistan in the semi-finals and finals, with a high-profile scalper like Suryakumar Yadav and Babar AzamHe can be seen once again wearing the IPL team jersey after his stint with the Punjab Kings.
“Yes, this time I will put my name on IPL auctions,” Rashid told PTI after Sunday’s World Cup final.
When asked if he had met with any team, he replied in the negative.
While Rashid could only have four rooks in six games, he completed his full quota with an economy rate of 6.12 in all games.
And what may be of interest to franchisees is the speed of bowling, which potentially makes it more effective than ever at tracks like Eden Gardens, Chepauk or Uppal.
He explained how he lowered his speed and took more flights like googly to fool the Pakistani captain. Babar azam.
“Baba joker, I don’t know if the match was a turning point, but I was definitely making a comeback. I don’t know. Shadab Khan or Liam Livingstone.
“I was bowling a little slower today and big legs (leg fractures) got in my way. Normally I bowl a little bit faster and a little bit shorter. For me that was my game plan and that’s how I bowl,” Adil said. strategy.
Duration sedab and Livingstone (when bowling in the leg turn) is much faster in the air, Rashid believes in taking the opposite route.
“Shadab and Liam shoot a little faster and everyone has their own way. For me, the slower I play, the better.”
remained true to British philosophies
The tremendous transformation of the England team over the past seven years has been debated to the death, but Rashid believes they are not only trying to win cricket games but to entertain the audience as well.
“For the last seven to eight years, we’ve taken the approach of being positive. Being fearless with the stick and the ball, having fun but also being true to ourselves. Two World Cups and it works well for us,” said Rashid.
The multicultural inclusive nature of the British locker room in Eoin Morgan’s time helped Rashid develop as a wrist-turn practitioner.
Born in the Yorkshire town of Bradford, which many refer to as ‘Mini Pakistan’, Rashid’s ancestral roots lie in Mirpur in Pakistan’s Occupied Kashmir (PoK) region.
A Pakistani reporter laughed when he spoke chastely in Punjab and asked for autographs.
Did she and another Pakistani actress, Moeen Ali, face pressure from friends and family in their hometown (British Pakistanis)?
β€œYes, when we return home, we may have many supporters whose family background is related to Pakistan.
“Both me and Moeen know deep down we have a lot of fans and friends who support our competition well.”
The county Rashid comes from, the Yorkshire CCC, has become one of the most notorious counties in the English county circuit and has faced accusations of institutional racism.
But internationally, Rashid is a beloved and respected member of the British order.
“We definitely got along pretty well. We helped each other, we’ve all had our ups and downs, but we’ve all moved in one direction with positivity and togetherness on and off the court.”