In the ongoing Vitality Blast 2023, Zaman Khan of Derbyshire has emerged as the second highest wicket-taker. Pakistani cricketers have been shining brightly in this tournament with their exceptional performances.
Shadab Khan, an all-rounder from Sussex, has been impressive with his batting and bowling skills. He has scored 240 runs in 12 matches, including two half-centuries, at a strike rate of 144.57. Additionally, he has taken 12 wickets with an economy rate of 9.33.
Haider Ali, a key batsman for Derbyshire, has amassed 335 runs at a strike-rate of 137.86, including two fifties.
However, Yorkshire’s captain, Shan Masood, has struggled to find his form, scoring only 189 runs in 11 matches at a strike-rate of 124.34.
Among the bowlers, Zaman Khan from Derbyshire has been outstanding. He has claimed 25 wickets in 14 matches with an economy rate of 8.28, making him the second highest wicket-taker in the tournament.
Shaheen Afridi, representing Nottinghamshire, has taken 22 wickets in 14 matches with an economy rate of 8.40. He shares the fifth position for the most wickets in the tournament.
Usama Mir, playing for Worcestershire, has claimed 17 wickets in 10 matches at an economy rate of 7.52.
Naseem Shah of Leicestershire has impressed with four wickets in five matches, maintaining an economy rate of 7.36.
On the other hand, Zafar Gohar, a spinner from Gloucestershire, has had a challenging tournament, securing only seven wickets in nine matches with an economy rate of 7.44.
Imad Wasim, who recently joined Nottinghamshire, has made an impact by claiming two wickets in just two matches with an economy rate of 7.81.