The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 mini public sale on Friday (December 23) will witness one of many youngest participant in 15-year-old Afghanistan spinner Allah Mohammad Ghaznafar. He’s the youngest of the 405 members on this public sale and ‘Mr IPL’ Suresh Raina believes that the child has the potential to be one of many ‘superstars’ of the mini public sale.
Raina shared his ideas on the who might be the highest uncapped gamers to be careful for through the IPL 2023 Participant Public sale. First up, the previous Chennai Tremendous Kings batter picked Jammu and Kashmir left-arm pacer Mujtaba Yousuf, who had performed towards and even dismissed Raina previously.
Raina additionally felt that Saurashtra’s Samarth Vyas, who had an impressive Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy and hit essentially the most sixes within the match (22), might be one to be careful for. He additionally scored a double century through the lately concluded Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022 and performed a key position in Saurashtra profitable the title. Raina spoke extremely of 15-year-old Afghanistan spinner, who’s the youngest within the public sale.
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“I played with Mujtaba (Yousuf) in the Syed Mushtaq Ali. As a left-arm fast bowler, he has a good action, and a good control on swing. Then you have Samarth Vyas from Saurashtra who has scored at a strike rate of over 150 and was among the top five run-getters in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, and just won the Vijay Hazare Trophy,” Jio Cinema professional Suresh Raina mentioned.
“He is a very good future prospect. But watch out for Allah Mohammad. At 6ft 2inches and 15 years old, he is an off spinner with a big heart. A lot of talent coming from Afghanistan,” Raina added.
Who’s Allah Mohammad Ghaznafar?
After enjoying native U-16 tournaments, Ghaznafar began to coach with the Afghanistan Beneath-19 group and made his debut within the Shpageeza League for Mis Ainak Knights. He claimed 5 in his first three matches together with a 4/15 in his second match towards Hindkush Stars.