Last Update on: November 7th, 2019 at 06:17 pm
Currently, Mohammad Irfan of 7 feet 1-inch is the tallest cricketer in the game of cricket. Now, yet another lanky cricketer set to come from Pakistan with Muhammad Mudassar is on verge of signing a contract with Lahore Qalandars for the upcoming Pakistan Super League.
The 21-year-old spinner currently stands at a height of 7 feet 5 inches and comes from a poor family. He was also the centre of attention during the finals of the ‘Battle of Qalandars’. Mudassar is set to train at the Lahore Qalandars high-performance centre for the next year and work on developing his skills.
Muhammad Musassar might play in PSL 2020:
Muhammad Mudassar, who has a mammoth height of 7 feet and 4 inches is the latest find of Lahore Qalandars and he has got the opportunity to show his skills. Most probably, Lahore Qalandars would take the opportunity to bag him for the upcoming PSL.
The young and lanky spinner wants to play for Pakistan after being represented in Pakistan Super League. Speaking further, he quoted that picking right shoes has always been a tough job for him while he is also concerned about his health and fitness issues, which may occur because of his height.
— Saj Sadiq (@SajSadiqCricket) November 6, 2019
The sixth edition of Pakistan Super League will begin next year from February 20 onwards and unlike previous editions, the upcoming season will be the first in tournament’s history to be held entirely in Pakistan.
The month-long event will feature six teams, including reigning champions Quetta Gladiators. The final match will be played on March 22. Well, it will be interesting to see whether the foreign cricketers turn out to play the game in Pakistan or not.
Recently, they hosted Sri Lanka in an ODI series and also managed to get the trust of Sri Lanka, as they will tour once again for a Test series. They are also hoping to get positive results from the meetings with other nations as well.