Quetta Gladiators’ 18-Year Fast Bowling Sensation is Making Headlines
The Pakistan Super League (PSL) has uncovered various youthful nearby gifts, Fakhar Zaman and Shadab Khan being the most unmistakable ones.
These noticeable players are currently a fundamental piece of Pakistan’s national group and PSL assumed a tremendous job in their profession movement. Thus, different models incorporate hard-hitting Asif Ali, Shaheen Shah Afridi, and Faheem Ashraf, who were additionally part of the local cricketing circuit yet PSL gave them the spotlight they merited.
There is by all accounts an extensive rundown of players which have profited by performing at the enormous phase of PSL.
This year, PSL the board has underscored on advancing increasingly neighborhood ability and therefore, a Replacement Draft was held where each establishment was offered to pick one homegrown ability.
Mohammad Hasnain — Quetta Gladiator’s Future?
As the objectives of the PSL the executives, the proprietor of Quetta Gladiators — Nadeem Omar — is likewise enthusiastic about putting nearby ability first. In earlier years, Quetta has advanced Hassan Khan through the positions, who was likewise the commander of Pakistan’s U-19 group. He highlighted normally with any semblance of Kevin Pietersen and Sarfraz Ahmed.
This year, Quetta Gladiators have marked Mohammad Hasnain, who appears to be the genuine article. He was a piece of Islamabad United in the past crusade, be that as it may, he was discounted for most of the competition because of shoulder damage.
Just 18-years old, Hasnain is equipped for bowling at 140kph as of now. He was reserved as a potential genius by none other than Waqar Younis.
Here is a look with respect to what Quetta Gladiator fans and PSL fans can anticipate from this youthful speedster:
Hasnain took 31 wickets in only 6 coordinates in the Regional Inter-District Under-19 competition in 2017/18, to oblige 14 wickets in 4 coordinates in the Inter-Region Under-19 Three Day Tournament 2017/18.