Senior left-arm spinner Abdur Rehman recently called curtains over his international cricket career after being constantly overlooked for selection. Nevertheless, he has vowed to continue playing first-class cricket till his fitness permits and despite being 38 years of age, Rehman is putting in some magical performances.
Representing HBL, the orthodox finger spinner turned the heat on in the encounter against Karachi Whites. Rehman picked up 8 wickets for 70 runs in the second innings, finishing the match with 14 wickets.
Bringing up his 6th 10-wicket haul in a match, the veteran campaigner is only getting better with age. His performance enabled HBL to trounce the opposition by 9 wickets.