Playing his debut edition of the highly celebrated Pakistan Super League (PSL) for Lahore Qalandars in 2019, paceman Haris Rauf has established his name in quick time. Despite being new to the trade, Haris bowled with a lot of valor to end up as the joint highest leading wicket-taker for Lahore with 11 wickets in 7 games, sharing the honor with Nepal’s spin sensation Sandeep Lamichhane.
Having fine skills both regarding swinging the new nut and then delivering those lethal yorkers in the business end of an innings, the 24-year old comes across as a white-ball specialist. After missing out on the chance of representing Pakistan in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament, the skillful cricketer is focusing on the next year’s T20 World Cup which is scheduled to be played in Australia.
Haris recently opened up about his future plans as he is aiming to go big in the domestic cricket and cement a spot for the forthcoming T20 frenzy in Australia. However, the Rawalpindi born contains limited experience as he only played 12 T20 games till date and unleashing him against some top batters of the game could be a risky affair. Nevertheless, the upcoming T20 games of Pakistan provides the management a chance to test the pace sensation of Lahore Qalandars.