In search of a bright future in cricket, Hunain Shah, the brother of Naseem Shah, a fast bowler for Pakistan, has joined Lahore Qalandars. Hunain expressed his excitement about playing for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) champions in a video that the team shared, and he praised Lahore Qalandars for giving young cricketers a great platform.
Young fast bowler Hunain stated that Lahore Qalandars is a fantastic opportunity for up-and-coming athletes like him. He expressed his appreciation for being a member of the team and emphasized how supportive the group was of developing young talent. Hunain’s bowling motion is strikingly similar to that of his brother Naseem, a vital member of the Pakistan men’s team at the moment. Hunain stated that Naseem offers him helpful advice and motivates him to bowl faster, both of which he works to improve.
Hunain and his brother have played cricket together since they were young, and he hopes to one day follow in their footsteps and play for Pakistan. He expressed his resolve to put in the necessary effort and establish himself in the sport.
Young players from both Pakistan and abroad have benefited from opportunities thanks in large part to the Lahore Qalandars. While competing for the team, players like Haris Rauf, Tahir Baig, and Zaman Khan demonstrated their abilities and potential. Lahore Qalandars, led by Shaheen Shah Afridi, was the first PSL team to successfully defend their championship during the most recent season. They twice defeated Multan Sultans to win the PSL championship.
The Lahore Qalandars’ dedication to developing young talent and their pursuit of ongoing success in the PSL are strengthened by the addition of Hunain to the team.
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