Azam has been part of PSL, CPL and LPL beforehand.
Former wicketkeeper-batter Moin Khan’s son Azam Khan has b.nete the primary Pakistan recruit on the highly-anticipated UAE’s Worldwide League T20 (ILT20). Azam has been roped in by the Desert Vipers for the inaugural version of the event. The Desert Vipers is owned by an MNC named Lancer Capital, which can be the proud proprietor of the 13-time Premier League champions Manchester United.
In the meantime, Azam is a comparatively inexperienced, having performed simply three T20Is for Pakistan. Nonetheless, the 24-year-old has expertise of enjoying varied franchise leagues throughout the globe. The teenager has performed for a number of franchise groups like Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators within the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL), Galle Gladiators within the Lanka Premier League (LPL), and Barbados Royals within the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).
Taking to their official Twitter deal with, the Desert Vipers launched their model new signing Azam Khan saying, “Pakistan keeper-batter Azam Khan is an thrilling addition to Desert Vipers! He is without doubt one of the world’s finest gamers of spin in T20 cricket, averaging 35 with a strike charge of 160 towards slower bowlers – Azam is ideally suited to attacking these center overs for #DesertVipers. “
Pakistan🇵🇰 keeper-batter Azam Khan is an thrilling addition to Desert Vipers!
He is without doubt one of the world’s finest gamers of spin in T20 cricket, averaging 35 with a strike charge of 160 towards slower bowlers – Azam is ideally suited to attacking these center overs for #DesertVipers. pic.twitter.net/hZ0Uica2Zv
— Desert Vipers (@TheDesertVipers) August 19, 2022
So far as a few of their prime officers are involved, seasoned coach Tom Moody shall be serving the Desert Vipers because the director of cricket, with James Foster appointed as the pinnacle coach. Different notable signings by the franchise embody the likes of West Indies left-arm pacer Sheldon Cottrell, English gamers Tom Curran, Ben Duckett, Alex Hales, and Benny Howell, and the Sri Lankan spinner Wanindu Hasaranga.
In the meantime, the Indian-owned groups have.netpletely shunned signing any Pakistani gamers because of the worry of going through penalties again residence because of the ongoing strained political relations between each nations. There are 5 Indian-owned groups within the ILT20 – the MI Emirates, Abu Dhabi Knight Riders, Sharjah Warriors, Gulf Giants, and Dubai Capitals.
Desert Vipers Squad: Sam Billings (England), Sheldon Cottrell (West Indies), Tom Curran (England), Ben Duckett (England), Saqib Mahmood (England), Alex Hales (England), Wanindu Hasaranga (Sri Lanka), Benny Howell (England), Azam Khan (Pakistan), Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal), Colin Munro (New Zealand), Sherfane Rutherford (West Indies) and Ruben Trumpelmann (Namibia)