Lahore Qalandars had yet another season to forget in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) as they finished last for the fourth year in a row. However, the sparkling performances of Nepalese leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane, Lahore Qalandars’ join-highest wicket-taker, adorned their PSL campaign to an extent.
An inspiring journey for a cricketer from an Associate nation trying to make it big on the international stage, Lamichhane recently spoke about his PSL experience.
Just 18 years of age, Lamichhane’s exceptional use of different variations brought him much success in the lucrative league as he finished the tournament with 11 wickets in 7 games.
“Playing the Pakistan Super League has been a great opportunity for me, as this has given me the experience to play in different conditions,” he said. The teenage spin prodigy also declared that it is tough for someone like him from an Associate nation to progress in international cricket.