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Rising Pak batsman Sharjeel vows to 'keep batting aggressively' in T2OIs

Islamabad, Dec 3 : Pakistani batsman Sharjeel Khan has vowed to continue his aggressive batting if got a chance to represent his nation in the playing eleven in T20s against Afghanistan and Sri Lanka at United Arab Emirates (UAE) later this month.


According to the Dawn, the left-handed opener while talking to Pakpassion.net said that he has always promised myself that if he gets the chance to play for his country, he will play in the same aggressive way that he always has from junior cricket to First Class.

He added that he does not think one should drastically change his batting approach from domestic cricket to international cricket.

Born in Hyderabad, Sindh, the talented left-hander made his first foray into the domestic scene with a debut in the ABN-AMRO Cup in 2006 for the Hyderabad Hawks, the report said.

--ANI (Posted on 03-12-2013)

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