Melbourne: Promising Afghanistan spinner Zaheer Khan has been signed by Melbourne Renegades for the Big Bash League season 11 (BBL-11), which begins on December 5. After spending the final two seasons with Melbourne Stars and Brisbane Warmth, Zaheer Khan joined Renegades. Left-arm wrist spinner Zaheer has a diverse repertoire and has already made his mark within the BBL. In his 16 matches, he has 14 wickets to his identify and an economic system charge of 6.76.
In an announcement issued on Friday, Zaheer mentioned, "I adore Big Bash and look forward to joining this wonderful event in its third season." "I am grateful that Renegades has given me the opportunity to show me what I am capable of." Zaheer has agreed to play for your entire competitors.
BBL head coach David Sacker commented, "We are excited to welcome Zaheer Khan to our Renegades program." "In the last two years, he has shown some good signs in the Big Bash. He is a skilled bowler with tons of variations, and he is a young talent who will only get better." Saker mentioned, "Zaheer bowls with a lot of intensity and we are sure he will give a different dimension to our bowling attack."
Zaheer was joined by an Afghan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi, an English quick bowler Reece Topley and an Indian batsman Unmukt Chand as overseas signings. As per Friday’s information, the Renegades’ enjoying roster for BBL-11 is now full. John Holland, a Victorian spinner, and the membership have mutually agreed that he might be dropped from the checklist.
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