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England’s Middlesex Re-Signs Afghan Cricket Star

Middlesex has re-signed Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman for the 2021 T20 season, according to Crickbuzz’s report. 

"The 19-year-old spinner previously represented the club in the 2019 edition of the tournament, claiming 7 wickets from 10 appearances at an economy of 7.23 helping the Lord's-based team to progress past the group stages," said Crickbuzz.

"I had a very enjoyable time at Middlesex in 2019 and I am pleased to be coming back to play, especially at Lord's. Let's hope we can do well," Mujeeb said. 

Mujeeb will be available for all of Middlesex's group matches next year and the knockouts should the team qualify, said the news report.

Since last representing Middlesex, Mujeeb has earned a reputation as one of the world's finest short-format bowlers and is ranked second only to compatriot Rashid Khan in the ICC rankings for T20 bowlers. 

Mujeeb also played for Kings XI Punjab in Indian Premier League, the Bangladesh Premier League for Comilla Warriors, the Caribbean Premier League for Jamaica Tallawahs. 

Currently, in the Big Bash League, Mujeeb is representing Brisbane Heat. 

England’s Middlesex Re-Signs Afghan Cricket Star

"I had a very enjoyable time at Middlesex in 2019 and I am pleased to be coming back to play," Mujeeb said. 

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Middlesex has re-signed Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman for the 2021 T20 season, according to Crickbuzz’s report. 

"The 19-year-old spinner previously represented the club in the 2019 edition of the tournament, claiming 7 wickets from 10 appearances at an economy of 7.23 helping the Lord's-based team to progress past the group stages," said Crickbuzz.

"I had a very enjoyable time at Middlesex in 2019 and I am pleased to be coming back to play, especially at Lord's. Let's hope we can do well," Mujeeb said. 

Mujeeb will be available for all of Middlesex's group matches next year and the knockouts should the team qualify, said the news report.

Since last representing Middlesex, Mujeeb has earned a reputation as one of the world's finest short-format bowlers and is ranked second only to compatriot Rashid Khan in the ICC rankings for T20 bowlers. 

Mujeeb also played for Kings XI Punjab in Indian Premier League, the Bangladesh Premier League for Comilla Warriors, the Caribbean Premier League for Jamaica Tallawahs. 

Currently, in the Big Bash League, Mujeeb is representing Brisbane Heat. 

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