Muttiah Muralitharan in an interview given to the official broadcaster star sports activities revealed that they didn’t wish to let go of Rashid Khan.
Khan performed 76 matches for Sunrisers Hyderabad and picked up 93 wickets for them since making his debut within the 2017 season of the Indian Premier League.
Rashid Khan Was Not Retained By Sunrisers Hyderabad
Forward of the mega auctions in 2022, there have been speculations that Rashid Khan may not be retained by SRH. Rashid needed to be retained as the primary participant however SRH administration went in with Kane Williamson who took over the captaincy from David Warner final 12 months throughout midseason.
Khan was purchased by SRH in 2017 for 4 crores after which within the 2018 mega auctions he went for as excessive as 9 crores, highest bidder throughout that point was Kings XI Punjab. However SRH used their Proper to Match card to accumulate his companies once more.
In 2022, although, issues didn’t work out properly between SRH and Rashid Khan.
SRH’s CEO in an interview on Star Sports activities in December final 12 months had mentioned, “It’s a troublesome determination but when a participant desires to be within the public sale due to the value, we undoubtedly respect his alternative. We’ll attempt to match it and see if we are able to decide him up with the proper value on the public sale.”
SRH although didn’t get the prospect to bid for Rashid as he was picked up by the Gujarat Titans within the participant’s draft.
Within the recreation between Titans and SRH Muttiah Muralitharan was requested about the identical and he mentioned, “We didn’t wish to go away Rashid, however we simply couldn’t afford him.”
SRH retained 3 gamers, together with their captain Kane Williamson and two uncapped India gamers, Abdul Samad and Umran Malik.
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