PSL 2022: Rashid Khan receives guard of honour from his teammates after his last match for Lahore Qalandars
Rashid Khan and left-arm pace bowler Shaheen Afridi hugged each other, as all the other players continued clapping.
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Lahore Qalandars’s spinner Rashid Khan will leave the Pakistan Super League (PSL) as he will now go on national duty to represent the Afghanistan side in their limited-overs assignment against Bangladesh, which begins on 23rd February 2022 in the city of Chattogram.
And, after his final match of the season for the Lahore Qalandars outfit in PSL 2022, all the players formed a guard of honour for Rashid Khan. And then, came the moment when Rashid and left-arm pace bowler Shaheen Afridi hugged each other, as all the other players continued clapping.
You can see the video of Rashid Khan getting the guard of honor from his teammates below
The way Shaheen hugged him😭😭pic.twitter.com/U8nurlrE1N
— Labeed (@Labeed_Siddiqui) February 19, 2022
Khan once again produced a superb performance with the ball in the encounter against the Islamabad United outfit. In the 4 overs that he bowled, Khan scalped 2 wickets and also gave away just 19 runs in the process as well.
Rashid Khan was outstanding with the ball for the Lahore Qalandars in PSL 2022
Rashid Khan was exemplary with the ball in the 2022 edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). In the 9 matches that he played, Khan scalped 13 wickets and picked them up at a superb average of 17.30.
While he picked his wickets at a strike rate of just 16.60, Khan also leaked runs at a miserly economy rate of 6.25 per over in the tournament. Rashid Khan will also qualify as the greatest bowler produced by the Afghanistan side.
Khan is the 4th highest wicket-taker in the history of T20I cricket and has scalped a whopping 103 wickets in just 56 matches. He has also taken 2 five-wicket hauls in T20I cricket. The leg-spin bowling wizard is also the highest wicket-taker for the Afghanistan side in ODI cricket as well and has picked up 146 wickets in just 77 matches at an average of 18.49. Khan has also taken 34 wickets in Test match cricket for the Afghanistan cricket team as well.