A sports management company sponsored Sarfaraz Khan's Brother for exposure tour in England
Sarfaraz Khan has already shown his batting potential during the IPL 2015 playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Now, his 10 year old brother Musheer Khan is taking giant stride as a Dubai based cricket management company “Cricket for Care” has decided to sponsor Musheer’s nine month exposure tour in England.
Syam Bhatia, the owner of “Cricket for Care” will take the teenage cricketer to England in August. Musheer will be part of the G-Force Cricket Academy team from Dubai. Musheer’s father Naushad is happy as his younger son will get a new experience. He said this tour will give crucial for Musheer. There is also a chance Musheer may play at the Lord’s ground. “These exposure trips are very important. If you get them at such young age, nothing can be better. Not only will they play matches but also get to learn a lot of things. They might also get to play at the Lord’s Cricket Ground and Musheer is very excited,” added Naushad.
Musheer is excited about the England tour, he said he can’t wait to hop on to the UK bound jet. “I have only seen Engalnd on the TV when the Ashes is going on. I want to see the London Bridge,” he told DNA. Musheer also enquired about the conditions in England to Sarfaraz. “ Bhai told me that the weather there will be cold and the ball will swing a lot, while the spinners will get a little turn. So, my aim would be to bowl a basic line.” Musheer England tour is giant stride for Mumbai’s Khan family as Sarfaraz Khan a couple of days ago signed a two crore deal by Sunil Gavaskar owned PMG.
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