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​UAE ILT20: Azam Khan, the son of former wicketkeeper-batter Moin Khan, has been brought in as the first Pakistani player for the much awaited UAE International League T20 (ILT20).

The Desert Vipers have enlisted Azam for the inaugural edition of the league. Lancer Capital is an MNC that owns the Desert Vipers. Additionally, it is the ecstatic owner of Manchester United, the 13-time champions of the Premier League.

Azam is currently a player with a lot of inexperience. The 24-year-old has played for Pakistan in just three T20Is so far in his career. However, the youngster has participated in a number of franchise leagues around the world.

The youthful player has expertise with a few franchise teams from the Pakistan Super League (PSL), including Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators. He has featured in Lanka Premier League (LPL) games with the Galle Gladiators. He has also played for the Barbados Royals in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

UAE ILT20: Azam Khan Is the First Pakistani Recruit At the Competition
UAE ILT20: Azam Khan Is the First Pakistani Recruit At the Competition

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Azam Khan Is the First Recruit From Pakistan At the UAE ILT20 Competition

The Desert Vipers unveiled their newest signee, Azam Khan, on their official Twitter account. A brief description of the type of profile they were looking for in their new player was provided in the tweet.

“Pakistan keeper-batter Azam Khan is an exciting addition to Desert Vipers! He is one of the world’s best players of spin in T20 cricket, averaging 35 with a strike rate of 160 against slower bowlers – Azam is ideally suited to attacking those middle overs for #DesertVipers,” they tweeted.

The Vipers have done excellent work with their recruitment as far as some of their top officials are concerned. The director of cricket for the Desert Vipers will be seasoned coach Tom Moody. James Foster was subsequently hired as the team’s head coach.

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Sheldon Cottrell of the West Indies, English stars Tom Curran, Ben Duckett, Alex Hales, and Benny Howell, as well as Sri Lankan spinner Wanindu Hasaranga, are among the franchise’s other prominent acquisitions.

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Meanwhile, the Indian-owned teams have abstained from recruiting any Pakistani players at all. This was due to the existing tense political relations between the two countries. Moreover, it goes without saying that this made them afraid of the effects at home.

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The ILT20 consists of five Indian-owned teams. MI Emirates, Abu Dhabi Knight Riders, Sharjah Warriors, Gulf Giants, and Dubai Capitals are among these teams. The stage has been set for the tournament to make its name among the world’s best. Nevertheless, it will be intriguing to see how the event unfolds in the future.

​UAE ILT20: Azam Khan, the son of former wicketkeeper-batter Moin Khan, has been brought in as the first Pakistani player for the much awaited UAE International League T20 (ILT20).

The Desert Vipers have enlisted Azam for the inaugural edition of the league. Lancer Capital is an MNC that owns the Desert Vipers. Additionally, it is the ecstatic owner of Manchester United, the 13-time champions of the Premier League.

Azam is currently a player with a lot of inexperience. The 24-year-old has played for Pakistan in just three T20Is so far in his career. However, the youngster has participated in a number of franchise leagues around the world.

The youthful player has expertise with a few franchise teams from the Pakistan Super League (PSL), including Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators. He has featured in Lanka Premier League (LPL) games with the Galle Gladiators. He has also played for the Barbados Royals in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

UAE ILT20: Azam Khan Is the First Pakistani Recruit At the Competition
UAE ILT20: Azam Khan Is the First Pakistani Recruit At the Competition

READ MORE: Asia Cup 2022: 3 Records That Might Get Broken In This Edition of Asia Cup

Azam Khan Is the First Recruit From Pakistan At the UAE ILT20 Competition

The Desert Vipers unveiled their newest signee, Azam Khan, on their official Twitter account. A brief description of the type of profile they were looking for in their new player was provided in the tweet.

“Pakistan keeper-batter Azam Khan is an exciting addition to Desert Vipers! He is one of the world’s best players of spin in T20 cricket, averaging 35 with a strike rate of 160 against slower bowlers – Azam is ideally suited to attacking those middle overs for #DesertVipers,” they tweeted.

The Vipers have done excellent work with their recruitment as far as some of their top officials are concerned. The director of cricket for the Desert Vipers will be seasoned coach Tom Moody. James Foster was subsequently hired as the team’s head coach.

READ MORE: T20 WC 2022: Indian Predicted Playing XI In T20 WC 2022

Sheldon Cottrell of the West Indies, English stars Tom Curran, Ben Duckett, Alex Hales, and Benny Howell, as well as Sri Lankan spinner Wanindu Hasaranga, are among the franchise’s other prominent acquisitions.

Meanwhile, the Indian-owned teams have abstained from recruiting any Pakistani players at all. This was due to the existing tense political relations between the two countries. Moreover, it goes without saying that this made them afraid of the effects at home.

The ILT20 consists of five Indian-owned teams. MI Emirates, Abu Dhabi Knight Riders, Sharjah Warriors, Gulf Giants, and Dubai Capitals are among these teams. The stage has been set for the tournament to make its name among the world’s best. Nevertheless, it will be intriguing to see how the event unfolds in the future.

​UAE ILT20: Azam Khan, the son of former wicketkeeper-batter Moin Khan, has been brought in as the first Pakistani player for the much awaited UAE International League T20 (ILT20).

The Desert Vipers have enlisted Azam for the inaugural edition of the league. Lancer Capital is an MNC that owns the Desert Vipers. Additionally, it is the ecstatic owner of Manchester United, the 13-time champions of the Premier League.

Azam is currently a player with a lot of inexperience. The 24-year-old has played for Pakistan in just three T20Is so far in his career. However, the youngster has participated in a number of franchise leagues around the world.

The youthful player has expertise with a few franchise teams from the Pakistan Super League (PSL), including Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators. He has featured in Lanka Premier League (LPL) games with the Galle Gladiators. He has also played for the Barbados Royals in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

UAE ILT20: Azam Khan Is the First Pakistani Recruit At the Competition
UAE ILT20: Azam Khan Is the First Pakistani Recruit At the Competition

READ MORE: Asia Cup 2022: 3 Records That Might Get Broken In This Edition of Asia Cup

Azam Khan Is the First Recruit From Pakistan At the UAE ILT20 Competition

The Desert Vipers unveiled their newest signee, Azam Khan, on their official Twitter account. A brief description of the type of profile they were looking for in their new player was provided in the tweet.

“Pakistan keeper-batter Azam Khan is an exciting addition to Desert Vipers! He is one of the world’s best players of spin in T20 cricket, averaging 35 with a strike rate of 160 against slower bowlers – Azam is ideally suited to attacking those middle overs for #DesertVipers,” they tweeted.

The Vipers have done excellent work with their recruitment as far as some of their top officials are concerned. The director of cricket for the Desert Vipers will be seasoned coach Tom Moody. James Foster was subsequently hired as the team’s head coach.

READ MORE: T20 WC 2022: Indian Predicted Playing XI In T20 WC 2022

Sheldon Cottrell of the West Indies, English stars Tom Curran, Ben Duckett, Alex Hales, and Benny Howell, as well as Sri Lankan spinner Wanindu Hasaranga, are among the franchise’s other prominent acquisitions.

Meanwhile, the Indian-owned teams have abstained from recruiting any Pakistani players at all. This was due to the existing tense political relations between the two countries. Moreover, it goes without saying that this made them afraid of the effects at home.

The ILT20 consists of five Indian-owned teams. MI Emirates, Abu Dhabi Knight Riders, Sharjah Warriors, Gulf Giants, and Dubai Capitals are among these teams. The stage has been set for the tournament to make its name among the world’s best. Nevertheless, it will be intriguing to see how the event unfolds in the future.

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