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‘Teach Me,’ Sarah Taylor Bold Over By Rashid Khan’s Helicopter Shot

The all-rounder from Afghanistan Rashid Khan is setting the Twittersphere on fire with his all-round show in the T20 leagues across the globe. Recently, the 22-year-old left former England cricketer Sarah Taylor in awe with a helicopter shot he played during the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Rashid recently showed his batting skills in the Lahore Qalandars victory over the Peshawar Zalmi side in the ongoing PSL 2021. Rashid finished the match with an incredible flick of his wrists – the much famous ‘Helicopter shot’ to sent the ball sailing over the deep mid-wicket fence for six.

Sarah Taylor urges Rashid Khan to teach her the helicopter shot

The shot quite evidently caught the attention of all cricket lovers across the globe. The official Twitter handle of Pakistan Super League (PSL) tweeted about his shot, and captioned it “SO STYLISH”.

And now, it has been impressed legendary England wicket-keeper batsman Sarah Taylor, who expressed her wish to learn the shot from Rashid Khan. The Afghan cricketer was also spontaneous to reply to Sarah Taylor agreeing to teach Taylor the shot which earned fame after MS Dhoni made it his trademark shot.

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Speaking about Rashid Khan, he is already a well-known star in Afghanistan cricket and has also led the national side. He has already played 48 T20Is for his country and picked up a colossal of 89 wickets, He averages just 12.63 in the format with the ball, and also gives away runs at a miserly economy rate of 6.14.

Rashid is also famous for his antics in the IPL plying his trade for Sunrisers Hyderabad. He has played 62 matches in IPL, and has scalped 75 wickets at an excellent strike rate of 19.68.

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