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Pakistan unearth another fast bowler with serious pace

The youngster has been snapped up by Islamabad United in PSL.

Mohammad Hasnain
Mohammad Hasnain. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Pakistan is the factory where the greatest bowlers in the world are produced and this time they have unearthed another bowler into the scene. The likes of Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Shoaib Akhtar and Imran Khan used to bamboozle the batsmen with their pace and swing. Also currently Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali, Rumman Raees, Wahab Riaz, Usman Khan Shinwari among many others are ruling the world with their skills. However, Muhammad Hasnain is the new fast bowler who has been unravelled by Pakistan.

Men in Green has been in the middle of the dream run in this year which started with the triumph in ICC Champions Trophy in June. They continued the momentum by whitewashing Sri Lanka in the recently concluded ODI and T20I series. Hasan Ali especially has rejuvenated his career with some breath-taking spells in England and is now the number 1 bowler in the ICC ODI rankings. Though Pakistan Cricket Boards (PCB) needs to take care of these world-class bowlers and keep them away from injuries.

Islamabad United snaffled Hasnain

Muhammad Hasnain is the part of the U-19 squad of Pakistan and was recently snapped up by Islamabad United franchise in the players draft event of Pakistan Super League (PSL). The video of the youngster bowling with fierce pace has been uploaded to Youtube. It could be seen in it that the right-arm fast bowler is bowling with pace and is making the batsmen struggle to pick him. In the video he has also castled a couple of batsmen, first, the middle-stump and then the off-stump goes for a walk.

Watch the video here:

Hasnain looks an exciting prospect for the future of Pakistan cricket and he would look to perform well for Islamabad United in the third edition of PSL. The next season is all geared to commence in February-March in 2018. It remains to be seen if he would make it to the national side which is already filled with the amazingly talented bowlers.

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