Rising to fame through the laudable platform of Lahore Qalandars Player Development Program (PDP), paceman Haris Rauf didn’t shy away from making his prowess known to the world. The exceptional bowling talent of Pakistan, after going big in the last edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), recorded supreme bowling outings in the ongoing season of the Big Bash League (BBL).
While he had to miss few BBL games because of national duty and International stars’ quota of the team, Haris made the most of the opportunity. Playing 8 games, Haris claimed 17 wickets at 12.58 whilst maintaining an economy rate of 6.94. With an elite show, it was natural to see him getting named in BBL team of the tournament, which has been picked by the coaches of the franchises.
Haris’ teammates Marcus Stoinis and Glenn Maxwell also made it to this unit. Wicket-keeper batsman Josh Inglis and Mitchell Marsh were picked from Perth Scorchers while Jonathan Wells, Rashid Khan and Peter Siddle got inducted in BBL’s team from Adelaide Strikers. Matthew Wade from Hurricanes, Tom Curran from Sixers and Daniel Sams from Thunder also impressed to join this team.