Pakistan Pacer Sohail Khan Reveals His Proudest Moment in International Cricket
Sohail Khan, the fast bowler from Pakistan, has recently revealed his proudest moment since making his debut while playing for his country.
Meanwhile, Sohail shot to fame during the 2015 World Cup when he took five wickets against India, including the prize scalp of Virat Kohli. So far, he has represented Pakistan in 9 Tests, 13 ODIs, five T20Is.
Furthermore, his aggressive style of bowling also saw him pick five wickets in an innings in the 4th Test at The Oval in 2016. However, since then Sohail Khan has struggled to find a place in the Pakistan side.
Recently, in a candid chat with PakPassion.net, the 34-year-old opened about on different aspects of his career. Moreover, he also seemed confident to continue playing for Pakistan even at this age. Speaking on his proudest moment in Pakistan jersey, Sohail Khan there are few.
“There are a few memorable moments that I cannot forget as they brought me so much joy. The first was the time when I took 5 wickets against India in the 2015 World Cup game in Adelaide. This was special because I had challenged myself and others to accomplish this task and I was able to do it and also picked up the prize wicket of Virat Kohli as well. In the same tournament, I claimed the crucial wicket of AB de Villiers which was important for our victory in that game.
Then, of course, the performance in the 4th Test at The Oval against England in 2016 where I took 5 wickets in England’s first innings is also a proud moment for me. It was even more special because not only did my performance help in squaring the series, it also contributed towards Pakistan’s rise to the number one position in the ICC Test Rankings,” he concluded.
Meanwhile, Sohail Khan last represented Pakistan in September last year against the World XI side.
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