Rashid Khan to play for Gujarat Titans in IPL 2022. The fifteenth edition of the Indian Premier League will be started on March 26, 2022. Specifically, the tournament is supposed to start on April 2, 2021, which is just two weeks away. For the first time in IPL history, each team has been given a chance to take five players in the main eleven.
Even though it will make the tournament more competitive, there have still been some problems, especially with local players. A few were kept away from the final selection. Rashid Khan to play for Gujarat Titans in Indian Premier League 2022.
Rashid Khan, one of the regular performers of the local cricket arena and IPL, found it hard to get a team even though he is indeed a proven performer. After a long wait, the batsman has managed to find a team. In IPL 2022, the spinners will be playing for Gujarat Titans. The CEO of Gujarat Titans, Vacant, has confirmed that they have selected Rashid Khan for the upcoming edition of the tournament.
About Rashid Khan
Rashid Khan is a regular performer in domestic cricket. Earlier, he has also played well in IPL 2022. He clinched a one-wicket in an international match against Bangladesh a few days ago. He has played 57 T20 matches so far, in which he has taken 104 wickets with an economy of 6.33. It was surprising that a player like him found it so hard to manage a team.
However, he finally got the chance and expressed his gratitude for the franchise as he said, “I am very much happy to be selected for a good franchise like Gujarat Titans. I want to give something back to them.”
IPL Career of Rashid Khan
Gujarat Titans in IPL 2022
Gujarat Titans have formed a very strong team squad, selecting Hardik Pandya as the captain. The team has Indian Shubman Gill, Mohammed Shami, Abhinav Sadarangani, and Rahul Tewatia. Their overseas player’s collections have been so good that they have signed Jason Roy, Lockie Ferguson, Alzarri Joseph, Matthew Wade, David Miller, and others.
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