Mohammad Hasnain has selected for the 2019 World cup team:
Australia’s former allrounder, Shane Watson, has acknowledged that Mohammad Hasnain is the most difficult Pakistan bowler he ever faced in nets. Hasnain plays with Watson in the Pakistan Super League 2019 for Quetta Gladiators. In the last season, Hasnain’s three wickets had helped for his eight wickets victory against the Peshawar Zalmi in the final match of PSL.
After that, the home series, which is held in the Arab Emirates at Sharjah against Australia, was his debut One-day International match. He had selected for the 2019 World cup team but didn’t play a single match. But Hasnain earned a CPL contract for the Trinbago Knight Riders team.
Hasnain bowls very sharply, and that bowling mesmerizes the very experienced Watson. He has quoted in the Pak Passion that, “Previous year facing Mohammad Hasnain in the nets was not at all comfortable. In the last season, he was one of the star performers for the Gladiators. He took 12 wickets in seven games at an average rate of 17.58”.
Shane Watson has already reached Pakistan For PSL 2020
Watson has been one of the key players for the Gladiators in the last few years. In the previous season, he has got the player of the Series award. Watson is a right-handed batsman. In 12 matches, he scored 430 runs at an average rate of 43 and a strike rate of 143.81. Against Zalmi, Watson scored four half-centuries with a highest score of 91.
For the PSL 2020 season, Watson has already reached Pakistan. Sarfaraz Ahmed is leading the Quetta Gladiators. On 20th February, they are scheduled to play the opening match of the series against Islamabad United, which is led by Shadab Khan at the National Stadium in Karachi. Watson recently played in the BPL series for the Rangpur Rangers team. Before that, in the Abu Dhabi T20 League, he represented the Deccan Gladiators.