National T20 Cup: Six players who can turn the tide of a match at any time

Here are six players who will have the eyes of the selectors of the national cricket team in addition to the opposing teams.

Around the world, playgrounds that have been emptied by the Corona epidemic are beginning to return to normalcy.

In this regard, the National T20 Cup is starting in Pakistan from September 30, in which many young players from across the country are eager to show the essence of their abilities.

Here are six players who will have the eyes of the selectors of the national cricket team in addition to the opposing teams.

Akif Javed

Akif Javed (Photo source: PCB)

First of all, let’s talk about 19-year-old Balochistan fast bowler Akif Javed who can be a big threat to the rival teams in the event due to his fast bowling.

Akif has so far taken 13 wickets in his short T20 career of 13 matches.

He also took nine wickets in seven matches while representing Balochistan in the T20 Cup last year.

He has also represented Pakistan Emerging Team in ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup and Islamabad United in HBLPSL this year.

Former Balochistan head coach Faisal Iqbal says he wants to give Akif Javed ample opportunity to showcase his talents.

According to him, the presence of two experienced bowlers in the squad in the case of Umar Gul and Ameed Asif will also be beneficial for Akif Javed.

Azam Khan

Azam Khan (source: Instagram)

Azam Khan, a batsman for the Sindh team and a middle-order batsman representing the Quetta Gladiators in the HBLPSL, has been given the opportunity to represent the Sindh Cricket Association in the National T20 Cup.

Azam, 22, has so far scored 162 runs in 10 T20 matches at a strike rate of 124.61.

Batsman Azam Khan, known for his aggressive batting, has also scored a half-century in his T20 career.

Former Sindh head coach and former Test cricketer Basit Ali says that a player like Azam Khan has the ability to turn the tide of the match at any time.

Qasim Akram

Qasim Akram (Credit: Geo TV)

Middle-order batsman Qasim Akram, 17, will play his first T20 match in the National T20 Cup at the Multan Cricket Stadium.

Qasim Akram got the attention of cricket fans and head coach Shahid Anwar thanks to his impressive performance in the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2020.

He scored 93 runs in five matches of the event at an average of 46.50, including a half-century.

Central Punjab head coach Shahid Anwar said that Qasim Akram is a talented cricketer and he has been included in the squad based on his impressive performance in the ICC Under-19 World Cup 2020.

Muhammad Mohsin

Muhammad Mohsin (Credit: PCB, ICC)

Muhammad Mohsin, a 24-year-old all-rounder from Swat, has so far scored 120 runs in 15 matches at a strike rate of 115.38.

In terms of bowling, he has shown the way to the pavilion 14 times so far.

Muhammad Mohsin, who became a part of PSL for the first time this year, was also made a part of Peshawar Zalmi’s team.

Former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa head coach Abdul Razzaq says he wants to see a talented all-rounder like Mohammad Mohsin in the national cricket team soon.

Zeeshan Ashraf

Zeeshan Ashraf (Credit: Twitter)

Zeeshan Ashraf, a 28-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman who has become the center of attention of cricket fans by scoring two half-centuries in Pakistan Super League 2020 league matches, will definitely prove to be a difficult batsman for rival teams in the National T20 Cup starting September 30. shall be.

Smoky batsman Zeeshan Ashraf has so far scored three half-centuries in 32 T20 matches. He has scored 538 runs in his T20 career.

The wicketkeeper-batsman, batting at a strike rate of 120.62, has hit 57 fours and 15 sixes in his T20 career so far.

Southern Punjab head coach Abdul Rehman says that Zeeshan Ashraf is a very talented and brilliant player.

He said that due to his excellent performance in the National T20 Cup Second XI tournament last year, top performer Zeeshan Ashraf was included in the First XI.

Zeeshan Malik

Zeeshan Malik (Photo credit: Pakistan cricket board)

Zeeshan Malik, a 23-year-old opener from the northern district of Chakwal in Punjab, has so far scored 158 runs at an average of almost 23 thanks to a half-century in seven T20 matches.

Right-handed batsman Zeeshan Malik won the hearts of fans last year with a brilliant 216-run innings against South Punjab in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 21-20.

Former Test cricketer Muhammad Waseem, the head coach of defending champion Northern Punjab, is hopeful that Zeeshan Malik will be seen in full action even in limited style cricket.