Shakib Al Hasan set to CPL return with Barbados Trident

Shakib Al Hasan set to CPL return with Barbados Trident

The number one allrounder Shakib Al Hasan has joined Barbados Trident for the remaining CPL matches to replace leg spinner Sandeep Lamichhane. Who has to leave CPL for the national duty. Shakib is set to join the team prior to their game against St Kitts & Nevis Patriots in Bridgetown on September 28. Also Read

Shakib has featured in CPL in three editions before –  in 2013, 2016 and 2017.where his performance with the bowl is more vibrant than the bat.

He has scored 253 runs at an average of 18 and took 26 wickets. His 6/6 against the Trinbago Knight Riders is one of the greatest & memorable t-20 spells of all time.

Shakib Al Hasan batting & bowling Performance in CPL

FormatMatchesRunsAvgSR100s50Best
CPL2424322.095.30154
FormatMatchesWicketsAvgSR5WEconomyBest
CPL242516.422.5116.46/6

Shakib Al Hasan batting & bowling Performance in World Cup 2019

Tournament MatchesRunsAvgSR100s50Best
Cricket World Cup 2019860686.5796.0325124
Tournament MatchesWicketsAvgSR5WEconomyBest
Cricket World Cup 201981136.2740.3615.395/29

Currently, he is having a dream run with the bat particularly. In the 2019 world cup, he has invented himself as a top-order batsman with lots of authority in his game. He scored a total of 606 runs at an average of 86. Which include two tremendous century against England & Westindies.

Moreover, he also showed some magic with the bowl as well. where he took 11 crucial wickets at an average of 36. His spells  5/29 against Afghanistan was the best performance from the spinners in the tournament.

Followed by the match-winning performance in the tri-nation t-20 against Afghanistan. He will look to stretch his good time to help this CPL franchise.

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