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In PSL 2019 Quetta Gladiators’ 18-Year Fast Bowling Sensation is Making Headlines

Quetta Gladiators’ 18-Year Fast Bowling Sensation is Making Headlines

The Pakistan Super League (PSL) has discovered several young local talents, with Fakhar Zaman and Shadab Khan the most prominent.

These prominent players are now an integral part of Pakistan’s national team and the PSL has played a very important role in advancing their career. Like other Asif Ali, Shaheen Shah Afridi and Faheem Ashraf, who were also part of the cricket court, they received PSL’s attention.

In PSL 2019 Quetta Gladiators’ 18-Year Fast Bowling Sensation is Making Headlines

In PSL 2019 Quetta Gladiators’ 18-Year Fast Bowling Sensation is Making Headlines
In PSL 2019 Quetta Gladiators’ 18-Year Fast Bowling Sensation is Making Headlines

There seems to be a long list of players who took advantage of the big stage of PSL.

This year, PSL management highlighted the promotion of more local talent, and as a result, a replacement concept was held where every franchise was offered to choose a homemade talent.

Mohammad Hasnain — Quetta Gladiator’s Future?

Just like the goals of PSL management, Quaid Gladiators’ owner, Nadeem Omar, is also interested in putting local talent first. In previous years, Quetta Hassan Khan was promoted by the ranks, which was also the captain of Pakistan’s U-19 team. He appeared regularly like Kevin Pietersen and Sarfraz Ahmed.

This year the Gladiators of Quetta Mohammad Hasnain rented, which seems to be the right one. He was part of Islamabad United in the previous campaign, but he was thrown away in most of the tournaments due to a shoulder injury.

With only 18 years of age, Hasnain is already capable of playing tricks at 140 km / h. He was named a potential superstar by none other than Waqar Younis.

Here’s a look at what Quetta Gladiator and PSL fans of this young sprinter can expect:

Hasnain has 31 wickets in just 6 games in the Inter-Regional District U-19 tournament in 2017/18, with 14 wickets in 4 games in the three-day Inter-regional tournament between 2016 and 2017/18.

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