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IPL 2019: Story of SRH Cricketer Who Once left his country & Flew to Pakistan Before Becoming Star | This cricketer, who had once left his country and fled to Pakistan, is today the property owner of crores

                                                                
                            Sports desk In the IPL, Sunrisers have a star spinner in the team, whose personal life is also interesting with their cricket life. This is Star Spinner Rashid Khan, who once left his country and fled to Pakistan. The 20-year-old superb baller is from a country suffering from extreme poverty and Afghanistan, like Afghanistan. His childhood has passed through many kinds of difficulties and problems. However, due to the IPL today the Rashid is the owner of crores property. For this reason, Pakistan had to run …

– Rashid Khan was born on September 20, 1998 in Nangarhar, Afghanistan. They come from Jalalabad in Afghanistan and they are one of 10 brothers and sisters. When Rashid was young, he was struggling for civil war due to the Taliban in Afghanistan. After which his family had to leave the country and run away.

– The family of Rashid Khan ran away from Afghanistan to Pakistan. After this, Rashid's family stayed in Pakistan for a few years and after the civil war ended, he returned to Afghanistan. After this Rashid started his normal life and schooling.

Rasad is the fan of Virat
 Rashid Khan is also a big fan of Shahid Afridi with Virat Kohli. Rashid explains that he has five brothers and all play cricket. Playing with the older brothers, he always lived in pressure. That is why today they handle pressure in such a nice way.

IPL made millionaires
In 2017, Rashid Khan's fame sparked and he got him Rs 4 crore in the IPL auction with Hyderabad. The special thing was that Rashid's base price was only Rs 50 lakhs in that auction. After becoming the first millionaire in one stroke, Rashid did not believe that he had got such a high price. After this, in the auction for the IPL 2018, he had bought Sunrise Hyderabad's team for Rs 9 crore.
                                                            

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