Rashid Khan expresses good wishes for Lahore Qalandars

By our correspondent
LAHORE: The world’s top leggie Rashid Khan of Afghanistan, who is missing the PSL due to back injury, has expressed his best wishes for his franchise Lahore Qalandars ahead of the start of the PSL-9 which kicked-off here at the Gaddafi Stadium on Saturday.
In a video message he wished good luck for his team and hoped that they would retain the title.
“I just wanted to wish my team Lahore Qalandars and captain Shaheen all the very best for the PSL 9,” Rashid said.
“I am sorry I would not be part of the PSL 9 because of my back injury. I am yet to recover. But my wishes are always for the team, everyone, Sameen bhai, Aqib bhai, all the best for the whole competition,” Rashid said.
“InshaAllah we will defend the title. Make sure you guys enjoy and have a fun and wish you the best and take care,” said Rashid.
Rashid was an integral part of the Lahore Qalandars.
He was part of the Lahore Qalandars squad for the PSL 9 but lower back surgery forced him to stay away of the event.
He used to play a key role for Qalandars with the ball in the middle overs as he is a sort of bowler who knows how to check the batsmen.

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