A big loss has befallen the Quetta Gladiators, as all-rounder Muhammad Nawaz has been hurt before their opening encounter of the second leg of the Pakistan Super League. The Quetta Gladiators have named Hassan Khan as their substitute for Shahid Afridi, who has been ruled out of the remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League 7.
Muhammad Nawaz has been diagnosed with a navicular bone fracture, according to sources. Muhammad Nawaz was a valuable member of the Quetta Gladiators’ batting and bowling lineups, and his departure is a significant blow to the squad. Muhammad Nawaz was a key member of the Gladiators’ side, scoring rapid runs at the conclusion of games and taking critical wickets in the process. The 27-year-old was also included to the Test team for England’s historic home series against Australia this summer. He will, however, be unable to participate in the series owing to a fracture in his foot.
Hassan Khan, on the other hand, is a young left-arm spinner who had a respectable first season with Quetta Gladiators in 2017 and has potential. The change has been cleared by the technical committee, and the Quetta Gladiators will be hoping for a spark from the youthful spinner in the second round of the Pakistan Super League 7.
Noor Ahmed, a 17-year-old Afghan cricketer, has also joined the Quetta Gladiators, according to the team’s website. As a result, Quetta Gladiators will enter Gaddafi Stadium with a fresh group of youthful players when they face Islamabad United in the second round of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) tomorrow. The Quetta Gladiators are now in fourth place in the points standings after winning two of their last five matches.