Afghanistan’s pacesetter Naveen-Ul-Haq had his eyes on television screens during the IPL auction despite the late night in Australia, where he currently plays for the Sydney Sixers of the Big Bash League. . The right-handed pacesetter never lost hope despite being ignored by the franchise in the first round.
Ultimately, Lucknow his super his Giants won him with his base prize of INR 50,000. “Every player has a dream to play in his IPL, but more than mine, it was my parents’ dream to see me play in his IPL. is.”
“I was in Australia around 1am watching an auction. When my name was called for the first time, it was unsold. There was another round, and I was still sitting, but there was hope (that I would be chosen), and by the grace of Allah it has come true,” he said.
Naveen, who previously told Cricbuzz in an interview that it’s not the end of the world for pacemakers because Afghanistan is known for producing world-class spinners, said his participation in the IPL would appeal to a younger generation. , thinks it will help you keep bowling. More serious.
Unlike in the past when the IPL team was only interested in Afghan cranks, now his two pacesetters from the region, Naveen and Fazalhaq Farooqi, are in the tournament. Tempo Aside from his duo, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Rashid Khan and Noor Ahmed were in the tournament, leaving more experienced fighters like Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Mohammad Nabi out.
“Yes, it’s a good sign to have his two pace his bowlers from Afghanistan join his IPL,” he said. “Because the former weirdo [from Afghanistan] was playing everywhere. As more of his Seam bowlers enter tournaments like the IPL, there will be more interest at home,” he said, referring to Lucknow’s conditions. I added that it would give me an advantage because of my familiarity. “You see, I played in Lucknow, so I had a series against the West Indies in Lucknow, and I played there, so I have very few clues. Knowing the conditions is always helpful. If I had the opportunity, they showed me I want to live up to that trust with 110 percent.Sure, playing in different franchise leagues helps me absorb the pressure of the IPL, but the IPL is the biggest league in the world and the experience of playing there will definitely help me in the future.”