Rashid Khan praises MS Dhoni-Virat Kohli and Yuvraj Singh in one word, who knows

Given the contribution of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh and Virat Kohli to Indian cricket, it is not easy to praise anyone in one word. But Afghanistan’s star leg spinner Rasheed Khan was no less, and he won the hearts of Indian fans by saying a lot. He praised these legendary players during his Friday Questionnaire on his Instagram. He was asked here about Dhoni, to which he replied that one word is not enough.

During this time, Rashid was asked about the sixes king of the world, in response he named Yuvraj Singh, who set a record of hitting six sixes in a single over. Yuvraj achieved this feat against England fast bowler Stuart Broad in the 2007 T20 World Cup. Moreover, Indian captain Virat was asked to praise in one word, in response Rashid wrote ‘King’.

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Talking to fans at the conference, Rasheed said he liked the pull shots of Rohit Sharma and Kevin Pietersen of England. In addition, fans have also been asked the question of whether they want to bowl among cricket’s greatest former players. In response, Rasheed was named after batsman Sachin Tendulkar. Many fans are certainly not surprised by his answer.

Rashid Khan had accepted an offer to become captain of Afghanistan’s T20 format a day earlier, which was rejected by the star spinner. He said, ‘If he takes over the leadership, it could affect his game. For him, team performance is more important. Let’s just say that Afghanistan made changes to their leaders last week. He appointed Hamshamatullah Shahidi as the Test and One Day captain. However, Afghanistan has not yet announced the name of the T20 captain.

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