Shadab Khan has been suffering from a bout of inconsistency in international cricket lately. The leg-spinner was touted as Pakistan’s aggressive wicket-taking option when he first arrived in the international arena.
In a positive development, Shadab picked up three wickets in Northern’s clash against Sindh in the ongoing National T20 Cup.
The 21-year-old revisited memories of his sharp turn and bamboozling variations with tight lines and lengths to restrict the batting charge of Sindh and halt their progress.
Shadab dismissed the dangerous batsman Ahsan Ali and set the template for a dominant win for Northern. This is a good sign overall for Pakistan cricket as they are set to tour Australia next month for three T20Is and three Tests.