APL 2018: Rashid Khan helps Erin Holland spy on boyfriend Ben Cutting
Cutting lost the game against Rashid's Kabul Zwanan the other day.
Published - Oct 10, 2018 10:57 am | Updated - Oct 10, 2018 10:57 am
Australian all-rounder Ben Cutting is currently plying his trade in the Afghanistan Premier League (APL). The 31-year-old is leading the Nangarhar Leopards in the tournament. His team has won one game and lost the other two in the three encounters they’ve played thus far. Although it has been a short while since Cutting has left for the UAE, his girlfriend and TV Presenter, Erin Holland seems to be missing him quite much.
The IPL anchor is keeping a close track on Ben Cutting’s progress on the field. With the bat, the Queensland all-rounder scored 71 off just 39 balls in the game against the Paktia Panthers. He has had a dream run with the ball as well. With eight wickets, he is presently the leading wicket-taker in the tournament. Ben Cutting also picked a five-wicket haul against the Kandahar Knights which included a hat-trick.
Erin has been sharing all of these updates on the micro-blogging site Twitter and is definitely proud of her boyfriend. At the same time, she also struck a deal with Rashid Khan earlier. She requested the leggie to look after Cutting in the Afghanistan Premier League. Rashid assured her to do the same and also asked her to tell Cutting not to sweep him too much in the tournament.
— Rashid Khan (@rashidkhan_19) October 2, 2018
Rashid stands by his word
Rashid Khan stood by the promise he made to Erin earlier. He has helped the TV presenter have a close watch on Ben Cutting while he was off the field. The ICC No. 1 T20I bowler turned into a spy. He got the pictures of Cutting while he was working out at the gym secretly and shared them with Erin.
Erin Holland took it to Twitter to share the same. “When you’re wondering how @Cuttsy31 is doing over at @APLT20official, so you send @rashidkhan_19 into spy #gotcha,” she wrote in her tweet.
— Erin Holland (@erinvholland) October 9, 2018
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