IPL 2022 Mohsin Khan, Another Young Left-arm Indian Pacer

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IPL 2022 - Mohsin Khan Another Young Left Arm Indian Pacer

Lucknow Super Giants picked up Mohsin Khan for twenty lakhs. The pacer hails from Moradabad and has already played two matches for the franchise‚ taking one wicket. Despite his limited playing time‚ Khan has already shown his potential for the future. Read on to learn more about Mohsin Khan. This article will also discuss Mark Wood‚ Kieron Pollard‚ and Quinton de Kock.

Mohsin Khan

The Lucknow Super Giants have picked up the promising pacer Mohsin Khan for just Rs 20 lakh. In his two games for the team‚ Mohsin has picked up one wicket. Although his first IPL game will not be for Mumbai Indians‚ his performance against the Gujarat Titans showed that he has a bright future. In this article‚ we'll take a look at why Mohsin is an interesting prospect for the future of Indian cricket. In the IPL 2022 mega auction‚ LSG signed Mohsin for Rs 20 lakh. So far‚ Mohsin has played two matches for the team and has taken one wicket. His promising debut in the upcoming IPL 2022 could be a big boost for LSG. The youngster is idolized by Zaheer Khan and is confident of making a strong impact in the league. Mumbai Indians are in need of a left-arm Indian pacer. They were very disjointed against the Lucknow Super Giants last season‚ and Sunil Gavaskar criticized their performance. This season‚ Mumbai Indians have the chance to pick a young left-arm Indian pacer and hope that he can take the team to the playoffs.

Mark Wood

After a dismal outing in the recently concluded IPL 2019 and a lacklustre performance against the Lucknow Super Giants‚ the Mumbai Indians have opted to add another young left arm Indian pacer to their squad in the coming IPL. Mohsin Khan will be another young left arm pacer who will look to take the game to the next level. IPL 2022 Mohsin Khan is another young left arm Indian pacer who has recently shown glimpses of his ability. In an impressive spell against the Mumbai Indians‚ Mohsin managed to bowl a perfect spell‚ picking up four wickets in two overs against Kieron Pollard. His figures were superb‚ 4-0-27-1. In addition‚ he has a promising future ahead of him. Mumbai are batting first after electing to field. Rohit Sharma has opted to field in the first game but has retained his squad despite missing out on Avesh Khan with a niggle. In the absence of Avesh Khan‚ Mohsin Khan is expected to make his debut. If the Mumbai team needs to make a run chase‚ they will need to break the partnership between Holder and Varma. Earlier‚ Mumbai were 130/4 in eight overs.

Quinton de Kock

The IPL auction has brought a number of new players to the IPL. Chris Lynn‚ Mohsin Khan‚ and Nathan Coulter-Nile have been brought in by the Delhi Capitals. Navdeep Saini‚ meanwhile‚ has been brought in by the Rajasthan Royals for Rs 2.60 crore. With these additions‚ the IPL 2020 team is all set for the next season. The match starts on the crease‚ with a brief stay in the middle. The former MI boy Rohit goes for a slog over deep midwicket. The ball settles into the hands of a fielder at short third man. Krunal is then dismissed for a duck. Another young left arm Indian Pacer is named in the squad‚ Mohsin Khan. Mumbai Indians are in need of 39 runs to win. However‚ their openers are in trouble. Ishan Kishan managed to get just eight runs off his first two overs. After that‚ Dewald Brevis was run out cheaply. Mumbai Indians are left to bat against the Lucknow Super Giants. Jasprit Bumrah gave them their first breakthrough‚ dismissing Quinton de Kock for 10 off just 22 balls.

Kieron Pollard

Mumbai Indians have shocked all by retaining Kieron Pollard for the IPL 2022 season. The franchise opted to let go of young Ishan Kishan and retain Suryakumar Yadav‚ but the team didn't hesitate in retaining Pollard‚ who has been with the franchise for the last decade. He's now reportedly worth INR 6 crore and is sure to have a promising future in the coming seasons. Mumbai Indians have packed their squad with left-hand all-rounders. The left-hand combination has been used successfully in the past and the Indian domestic players lack experience. However‚ one of the Indian left-arm pacers to get the most playing time is J. Unadkat‚ who enjoyed a great SMAT 2021 season. He is likely to prove to be useful against RCB. Another Indian left-arm pacer is Ishan Kishan‚ who will open the batting alongside Rohit Sharma. He will keep wickets as he is the only WK in the team. Mohsin Khan is another young Indian pacer who has impressed in the IPL. His two overs against Kieron Pollard were excellent. Mohsin finished with figures of 4-0-27-1. He has a solid temperament under pressure. The left-arm Indian pacer Mohsin Khan showed on Wednesday night‚ showcasing his potential.

Krunal Pandya

After Krunal Pandya‚ another young left arm Indian pacer‚ Mohsin Khan is another promising young bowler. He was picked up for a base price of 20 lakhs by Mumbai Indians in the IPL mega auction. His impressive figures were 4-0-27-1. His strike rate was also impressive at over 80. Moreover‚ he is the third highest wicket-taker for MI this season. The former MI spin all-rounder‚ Krunal Pandya‚ could be Lucknow's second spin option after Bishnoi. He can also play key knocks in this position‚ while batting down the order. His batting skills also lend themselves to the PP overs‚ which are crucial in any game. Meanwhile‚ Jason Holder is an explosive West Indian who can play big shots and get the desired sixes. He could also be a match-winner if he bowls well. Earlier in the day‚ Mumbai Indians lost to Lucknow Super Giants by 36 runs. In their first innings‚ Mumbai Indians were 129/8‚ and Krunal took 4 wickets. Against Lucknow Super Giants‚ Mumbai Indians were unable to score more than 132 runs‚ losing their first match in a row. With five wickets in the second innings‚ Mumbai Indians ended their match at 132/8‚ which was 36 runs less than their target.

Jason Holder

Currently‚ India's cricket team is amidst a tumultuous situation with their top order lacking experience. Mohsin Khan and Jason Holder have been on the radar of the team for a long time. While the former has a bright future as a fast bowler‚ both are expected to improve with time. In fact‚ the former is expected to be one of the top three all-rounders in the world by March 2022. Currently‚ India's fast bowling department consists of largely right-hand pacers. However‚ with the retirement of Zaheer Khan and Asish Nehra‚ India is in need of a left-arm pacer with the ability to swing and control the ball in both directions. With the departure of these two key players‚ India has been in search of quality left-arm fast bowlers for the upcoming World Cup. A left-arm quick bowler‚ Natarajan was purchased by the Sunrisers Hyderabad team last year and has since proven his worth in the IPL. His blazing pace and deadly tow-crushing deliveries have garnered the attention of selectors‚ cricket experts‚ and even captain Virat Kohli. He has been named among the leading contenders for the Indian team in the T20 World Cup.

Ravi Bishnoi

With the Indian pace attack looking like a mixed bag of young‚ experienced and veteran performers‚ Ravi Bishnoi‚ Mohsen Khan‚ and Ashish Nehra are the next names on the radar of selectors. Ravi Bishnoi has a promising wrist-spin arm and has already impressed fans with his performance in the T20I series against West Indies. If he can sustain his good form‚ he could even make it to the national team. Mumbai: After losing a wicket to Tilak Varma‚ Mohsin Khan has a good chance to make the scoreboard tick. Mohsin Khan has taken three wickets in four overs‚ and Ravi Bishnoi has conceded 27 runs from nine overs. Ravi Bishnoi has taken two wickets with an economy rate of 7.3 and has conceded six boundaries. Meanwhile‚ Mumbai are at 54/2 at the close of the eighth over‚ which is still quite decent. Other players worth watching out for are the likes of KL Rahul‚ AB de Villiers‚ and Keemo Paul. They all have the potential to play a pivotal role in the Indian Test team. They are also capable of challenging top-tier teams. The newcomers have a slight advantage over established teams‚ which is good news for the Indian pace attack.

Yash Gowtham

After Yash Gowtham‚ Mohit Sharma‚ and Yash Raj Singh‚ the Indian pacers have some young talent to work with. Yash Gowtham is a right-handed batsman with an unorthodox swing. Mohsin Khan has been a right-handed spinner with some good form‚ but he has yet to make his mark in the first-class. The young right-armer Gowtham was bought by CSK last year for a bargain 9.25 Cr. He uses his long handle to good effect‚ and can slot into the number eight spot. Similarly‚ Delhi's Yash Gowtham is a good option at number seven and eight. Mohsin Khan can fit in at number three or four if he can make an impact in the middle order. The Delhi Capitals have bought Chetan Sakariya for Rs 4.20 crore‚ while the Rajasthan Royals have spent Rs 5.25 crore for Khaleel Ahmed. Another Indian left arm pacer‚ Navdeep Saini‚ has a price tag of Rs 2.60 crore. The Australian quick is expected to contribute to the Royal Challengers Bangalore attack.