Rashid Khan helicopter shot with Golf Stick: Rashid Khan had to play Dhoni’s trade mark shot with golf stick, Peterson trolled


  • Spinner Rashid Khan has taken a total of 370 wickets in 265 T20 matches.
  • Rashid Khan has 140 wickets in 74 ODIs
  • Afghanistan’s spin bowler first hit helicopter shots with the bat

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leg of afghanistan spinner rashid khan (Rashid Khan) has been playing international cricket for 6 years. He has taken a total of 370 wickets in 265 T20 matches. During this, his name included 4 wickets 6 times and 5 wickets Hall 3 times.

The 22-year-old Rashid is at number six in the list of all-time highest wicket-takers in T20 cricket. In this list, West Indies experienced all-rounder Dwayne Bravo is at number one with 527 wickets. Bravo has taken 10 4 wickets and 2 5 wickets in 482 T20 matches.

Rashid is also known for bowling as well as for batting down the order. This right-handed lower-order batsman has crossed his team’s line many times with batting instead of bowling. Rashid also plays the trademark helicopter shot of former Indian team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni helicopter shot).

Recently, Rashid has shared a video on his social media Instagram account in which he is trying to make a helicopter shot with a golf stick in a brilliant way.

Rashid wrote the caption of the video, ‘Have you ever tried a helicopter in golf.’ Fans are very fond of this video of Rashid on social media. Former England captain Kevin Pietersen jokingly wrote in the comment box, ‘Switch hit?’

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Not only this, England women’s cricketer Daniel Waite has also posted a laughing emoji on Rashid’s video. Rashid recently played for Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League 2021. Rashid Khan is currently in England where he will be seen playing for Sussex in T20 Blast and Trent Rockets in The Hundred.


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