Happy Birthday Afghanistan Cricketer Rashid Khan. Its full name is Rashid Khan Armaan, he was born on 20 September 1998 in Nangarhar, Afghanistan, Rashid is celebrating his 24th birthday.
Former Captain Of The National Team:-
Khan is an Afghan cricketer and former captain of the national team. In the franchise league, he plays for Gujarat Titans in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Plays for Adelaide Strikers in Australia’s Big Bash League (BBL), Lahore Qalandars in Pakistan Super League (PSL), and Band-e-Amir Dragons in Shapezza, Afghanistan.
Cricket League. He bowls leg spin with the right arm and bats with the right hand.
His Early Life:-
Rashid Khan was born in 1998 in Nangarhar, Eastern Afghanistan. He hails from Jalalabad and has ten siblings.
When he was still young, his family fled the Afghan war and lived in Pakistan for “a few years”. After they returned to Afghanistan, Rashid resumed his normal life as he continued his schooling.
Rashid grew up playing cricket with his brothers and idolized Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi, from whom he styled his bowling action.
Rashid has been Afghanistan’s first Global Superstar:-
Rashid Khan has been Afghanistan’s first global superstar. And the key to their successes in their early years in international cricket.
His extraordinarily effective leg spin has made him one of the greatest T20 bowlers ever. Among the first names on wishlists of teams in leagues all around the world.
The following year, he became the youngest cricketer to top the ODI bowling rankings. The youngest man to captain an international side, and the fastest to 100 ODI wickets.
In Afghanistan’s inaugural year in Test cricket. Rashid took five second-innings wickets in their first win, against Ireland. And six months later made an important fifty and took twin five-fors. Finishing with 11 wickets in a famous win over Bangladesh in Chattogram. In 2021, he took 11 again, this time in a win over Zimbabwe.
In his five seasons with Sunrisers, he was a totemic presence, taking 93 wickets at an economy rate of 6.33. When he moved to Gujarat Titans in 2022. He took 19 wickets in a run that led the side to the title.