Young Fast bowler Junaid Khan For Pakistan

PESHAWAR: promising and talented left arm Junaid Khan, the village of Matra village of Swabi district on Thursday, expressed his willingness to do for the country for the next World Cup. Talking to APP in the village where his father Zahir Khan and his friends were partying joy by distributing sweets, and Junaid Khan learned to replace the pacemaker left arm Sohail Tanvir as not having recovered from knee surgery. Khan is from the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province and has built up an impressive domestic career with Abbottabad, for whom he debuted in January 2007. The record acquires greater sheen given that Abbottabad are among the weaker sides on the circuit. Those performances have led him to Pakistan A selection, for whom he has been impressive in two series now, never less than when taking nine wickets in a 'Test' against Sri Lanka A in Hambantota in September 2010. Since his first class debut in January 2007, Abbottabad, Junaid has scalped 29 wickets in his first six games in an impressive average of 18.79. It took an e-match, 13 to 77 against Peshawar in November 2007 and even scored 71 against subsequent Rawalpindi.



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