Previous Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra has stacked acclaim on Islamabad United chief Shadab Khan for his splendid exhibition with the bat in the fifth release of HBL Pakistan Super League.
Shadab scored 263 runs in eight innings, which included three fifties, while averaging 37.57 at a noteworthy strike-pace of 159.39.
Chopra, in a Facebook video, said that the 21-year-old every single rounder wa the best player for him right now.
”Shadab Khan was player of the competition for me. Despite the fact that he took just eight wickets, yet he batted truly well, so very much done to Shadab and our Adaab to you,” Chopra said. ”Babar Azam has been totally splendid. He is scoring runs reliably and was the most elevated run-scorer right now.”
The 42-year-old likewise valued the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for their flexibility and adaptable methodology in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
”PCB did a great activity of changing the principles,” he said. ”They disposed of the end of the season games and rather chose to arrange two semi-finals in a solitary day so as to complete the competition as quickly as time permits. In any case, tragically it got delayed.”
At last, the previous cricketer was glad to see the whole PSL being arranged in Pakistan before stuffed arenas.
”I was extremely glad to see Lahore among the last four groups,” he said. ”In any case, the best thing was to see cricket return to Pakistan and the arenas were loaded up with observers. It was an occurrence free PSL which is such an incredible thing, as it would urge different groups to visit Pakistan.”