Imran Khan Snr, the right-arm medium-fast bowler, has designed his success story himself – from being known as a red-ball specialist bowler and facing hefty criticism for being in limited-overs squads, he has bestowed his worth with dynamic performances by the white ball too…
The national call for him is gradually speculated as a reward for his extremely consistent showcases in the recently coiled-up limited-over tournaments. Starting as a red-ball bowler and turning massively thyself into a pro shorter format’s chap has been something extraordinary to accomplish for him.
Considering his campaign from the National T20 Cup to the Pakistan Super League, the course holds a lot of enthusiasm behind it. Shockingly, he has been a part of the winning teams of all the domestic tournaments tenuring from 2020 to 2021.
Imran played under Mohammad Rizwan for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the National T20 Cup following his PSL 6 campaign under the leadership of the same captain. Seemingly, the two lads have been serendipitous for the corresponding teams to crown them the Champions.
Metamorphosis of Imran Khan Snr into a limited-over cricketer
The objective of writing is to let the readers recognize Imran’s unfolding as a limited-overs cricketer rather than just finding him a red-ball perfectionist. For your better understanding, here are the stats:
Imran Khan Snr in PSL 6:
Imran Khan Snr in Nt20 2020: