In the 2022 Indian Premier League, a slew of new stars will make their mark. While Umran Malik’s incredible pace took the season by storm, sportsmen like Arshdeep Singh and Tilak Varma also wowed the crowd. As a consequence of their great performances, India picked up Umran and Arshdeep for the five-match T20I series against South Africa. Mohsin Khan was one of those young bowlers who went above and beyond for his side.

Mohsin made nine appearances for the Lucknow Super Giants in the IPL 2022, taking 14 wickets at a 5.96 economy rate. Mohsin Khan is only second to Sunil Narine of the Kolkata Knight Riders among bowlers who have bowled over 30 overs this season. Mohsin was chosen by the LSG for his base price of INR 20 lakh in the auction, and his coach, Badruddin Siddiqui, who previously worked with Mohammed Shami, came out about the young bowler and described his conversation with Shami about Mohsin.

“During the auction, I was sitting with Shami at his farmhouse.” Both he and Mohsin were picked. Following that, we had a debate about him. ‘Give me four months and I’ll make him into India’s best all-rounder,’ Shami promised. He is a fantastic batsman. And even KL Rahul has previously stated that he knows a lot about the game,” Siddiqui claimed in an interview with Sports channel. Mohsin hasn’t got many opportunities to wield the bat in his cricket career. In the IPL, he was usually a no.10 for the Lucknow Super Giants. According to Siddiqui, Shami is always prepared to help young people.

“You may have a large number of bowlers, but you must have a firm grasp on the game.” You must be aware of the pitch to throw at the batter. Shami has become a dangerous bowler. “However,” the coach remarked, “he is always eager to help the up-and-coming kids.”