Afghanistan’s spin sensation Rashid Khan has made progress by leaps and bounds. But, he was nowhere near his best in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament as the adroit leggie claimed only 6 wickets in 9 games at a shoddy bowling average of 69.33. Moreover, his economy of 5.79 spoke about his ineffectiveness in the mega-event being played in England and Wales.
Nevertheless, Rashid is still a force to reckon and this notion was recently endorsed by Pakistan’s all-rounder Imad Wasim who recorded a breathtaking performance against Afghanistan to seal a memorable victory for the boys in green. During his innings, the dexterous cricketer was found constantly struggling against Rashid as he remained lucky despite looking baffled against the Nangarhar born player.
Recently, the 30-year was found in awe of Rashid Khan as Imad termed him as the most difficult bowler he faced in World Cup. Sharing his views on the duel against the spin wizard, the Wales born added that Pakistan made a concrete plan to tackle Rashid, but he gave a lot of tough time to all the batters. Moreover, Imad shared disappointment on Pakistan’s early exit from the 50-over competition.