Canada Global (Web News) In cricket’s shortest format, Shadab Khan, a Pakistani all-rounder who is now playing for Sussex in the T20 Vitality Blast, has accomplished yet another feat.
At 24 years and 247 days old, Shadab is currently the second-youngest T20 cricket player to complete 250 games. He participated in a match earlier this week against Middlesex when he attained the milestone.
In 250 games, the right-handed batter scored 2408 runs, including eight 50-run games. As a bowler, he put out a great showing, taking 280 wickets, including a five-wicket haul.
In a Vitality Blast match against Middlesex, he struck a blazing 59-run knock from only 30 balls, including five sixes. He also bowled an economical session, allowing only 30 runs in four overs. Later, he was named match winner.
Rashid Khan of Afghanistan is the youngest cricketer to have played 250 shortest-format matches.