- Zahid Mehmood assured of a comeback by Quetta Gladiators in PSL regardless of a poor begin
- Mehmood says Ramzan tournaments helped him develop as a cricketer
- “I aim to do well for my team and make Quetta Gladiators win with my performance,” he says
KARACHI: Leg spinner Zahid Mehmood, hailing from Dadu, has credited participation in conventional Ramzan tournaments in Karachi for his development.
The 32-year-old spinner made his T20I debut for Pakistan earlier this yr throughout collection in opposition to South Africa and impressed everybody with the best way he introduced his arrival in his first recreation.
In Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL), Mehmood is taking part in for Quetta Gladiators and is assured of an excellent present and a comeback by his crew within the event regardless of a poor begin.
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“We are working hard and there is no reason why can’t we come back; we all are eager to do well and have our eyes set on qualifying for the final of PSL,” he mentioned about his aspect’s possibilities within the PSL after two defeats in two video games in opposition to Karachi Kings and Lahore Qalandars, respectively.
Mehmood was born in Dadu and was picked to signify Hyderabad in first-class cricket in 2009. Since then, in 49 first-class matches to this point, he has picked up 144 wickets, with 5 five-wicket hauls. He has picked up 45 wickets in 31 Record A matches.
When requested about his journey from Dadu to the nationwide aspect, the cricketer mentioned that it wasn’t a straightforward journey as a result of there have been no services within the rural space of Sindh.
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He, nevertheless, mentioned that taking part in Ramzan cricket in Karachi helped him.
“To come from Dadu and play for Pakistan wasn’t an easy journey. Playing Ramzan cricket in Karachi has helped me because there were no facilities in Dadu. I used to come to Karachi for competitive cricket, and playing in traditional Ramzan tournaments has helped me a lot,” he mentioned.
Having already made his debut for Pakistan, Mehmood has now set his eyes on serving to his PSL aspect do properly within the event.
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“I aim to do well for my team and make Quetta Gladiators win through my performance,” he concluded.
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