Abrar Ahmed selected in Test team against England
These days the name of mystery spinner named Abrar Ahmed remains in the most discussions in Pakistan cricket. The 24-year-old Abrar Ahmed, one of the mystery spinners in Pakistan’s domestic cricket, has now been picked by the Pakistan Cricket Board for the upcoming Test series against England. The three-Test series against England will begin on December 1. The three Tests will be played in Rawalpindi, Multan and Karachi.
Has taken 43 wickets in Quaid-e-Azam Trophy
Let us tell you that Abrar Ahmed remains a mystery spinner in Pakistan’s domestic cricket. So far, getting him to play in domestic cricket has been a tough task for the batsmen. Abrar Ahmed, who plays for Sindh, has taken 43 wickets in the current season of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. He has played 6 matches of this tournament so far. Out of these 6 matches, he has made a record of taking five or more wickets five times in five matches.
Selectors expressed happiness over Abrar’s selection
Pakistan Cricket Board’s chief selector Mohammad Wasim has praised Abrar Ahmed, saying that this bowler was on the radar since his first first-class season, but he has performed brilliantly this season, so he has been selected in the international team. We are hopeful that the youngster will use his experience and his talent for the upcoming series against England.