Three most promising youngsters to follow in PSL 3
Pakistan Super League has unrooted some great young talent for Pakistan in its last two seasons. International Cricket deprived nation was unable to see their favorite heroes in front of them. Because of this lot of youngsters were unable to get highlighted. When international teams came to any country, local talent gets a chance to play with them in nets. It makes them a better cricketer and helps them to evaluate themselves and become a better player.
This issue was resolved by the happening of the Paksitan super league, Local talent got a chance to share a dressing room with International Stars and get to know things in a far different way. Sharing the same dugout with international stars brings a different kind of talent out of players.
In PSL 1 Rumman Raees was a talent that has got the eyes of everyone and creates a huge buzz among cricketing circles. His spot on Yorkers and variations in bowling makes him difficult to deal at a pitch.
PSL 2 unravel more stars like Fakhar Zaman, Hassan Ali and Shadab Khan. All of these three went to play the highest level of cricket for Pakistan and were a part of a team which won Champions Trophy for Pakistan. There are high hopes for Pakistan Superleague season 3 that it will bring a new talent from behind the curtains. We have a compiled the most promising 3 young players those will be part of their respective teams.
Hard Hitting 21 years old opening Batsman from Charsadda has all eyes upon him. People in the cricketing circle are closely watching his emergence and calling him a player to follow. He will be seen playing for Islamabad United. After the suspension of Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif, Islamabad United needed a hard-hitting opener that can score runs at a rapid pace.
Shaheen Khan Afridi
17 years old fast bowler will be playing from Lahore Qlandars. Shaheen who was also a part of National under 19 team which was participating in under 19 world cup that was held in Newzealand recently. He has impressed everybody with his skills of fast bowling. Even the great wall Rahul Dravid came to Pakistan Team coach Nadeem Khan and said Shaheen has all the skills those are needed in the highest level of international cricket. He was also a part of tournament playing XI. Having a high arm action makes him difficult to judge and his left arm angle creates plenty of difficulties for a batsman to play.
Hasan Mohsin Who was a captain of Pakistan under 19 team an allrounder for Karachi. He has impressed his team captain Imad Wasim with his all-around abilities. Hasan Mohsin was one of the highlighted players of Under 19 world cup. He has bowled some great spells up front and scored the substantial amount of runs. He was referred as a player who can be sought the fast bowling allrounder problem of Pakistan.