Rashid Khan’s entrance into County cricket hold adult due to doubt over work visa

rashid khan, afghanistan, afghanistan cricket, afghanistan rashid khanrashid khan, afghanistan, afghanistan cricket, afghanistan rashid khan Rashid Khan was partial of Sunrisers Hyderabad in a Indian Premier League 2017. (Source: AP/File)

English County teams are reported to be perplexing to get Rashid Khan to pointer for them. The Afghanistan spinner is ranked eighth and fourth on a ICC ODI and T20I rankings respectively. He is hence rated aloft than any England bowler in a dual formats. But his signing might face problems that aren’t utterly associated to his peculiarity on a field.

According to UK laws, usually those players deemed to competing during an ‘elite level’ are authorised to work visas to play County cricket. In cricket, a tenure might be in anxiety to either a general side is authorised to play Test cricket. Afghanistan was recently postulated a standing of ICC Full Member that in spin gives them accede to play Test cricket. According to DailyMail, a England and Wales Cricket Board has contacted UK’s Home Office for construction on a issue.

Apart from this, Rashid fulfills a simple particular gift of being compulsory to play 15 general matches. He has taken 63 wickets in 29 ODIs and 42 in 27 T20s. Rashid was also partial of a Sunrisers Hyderabad in a Indian Premier League 2017. He took 17 wickets in 14 matches for SRH and was regarded as one of a finds of a season. He was also recently a arch designer of Afghanistan’s win over West Indies in a latter’s home ground. Rashid took 7 wickets and conceded only 18 runs in a match.

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