Ihsanullah Biography and Cricket Journey

Ihsanullah is a famous Pakistani cricketer born on Friday 11th October 2002 at Khyber Agency, Pakistan. Find Ihsanullah age, wife, net worth, weight, height, career, family, bio picture and more. Get Information about important achievements or achievements of Ihsanullah.

In a land rich with overwhelming speed bowling. A medium-speed treadmill, 140 km/h, unique. But the ultra fast Ihsanullah was slowly turning his head. Stumps broken one by one. Multan Sultan’s Pacer, PSL’s fastest bowler, could also be the top scorer.

Like many Pakistani cricket tales. The story begins with a broken stump, about 4 years ago, in the village of Matta, in the Swat Valley, in the mountainous region of the Swat Valley, the kind Mamu was invited to see his grandson’s bowl on the rolling field. a spiral that rose up on the rocky banks of a squealing river to tape a game of cricket-ball that day. Break the stick behind the batsman. It was a time when families were convinced that their son was special and needed expert care.

Mamu will convince his father who has decided to take the teenager to the Pakistan Cricket Board’s remote talent-hunting trials in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Mardan town. The trip doesn’t go according to plan. The two-hour journey between the mountains delayed their arrival to the ground. However, this young boy’s generous PCB scouts The boy would whisper the word ‘Dua’ under his breath and give him everything. Gun speed shows 140 km/h.

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He will be recruited for Camp Stage 2 in Multan where the coach will further hone his skills on the final day after weeks of training with the region’s fastest young athletes. He will face another speed test. Under his breath the boy would whisper one more dua and give it all to him. This time it was reading 144km/h. Still, the Swat Valley lad is still one of the many who isn’t good enough to be part of Pakistan’s U-19 team.

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