Afghanistan’s cricket legspinner Rashid Khan has broken another record, this time in the Guinness World Records.
Khan has taken 176 wickets in the international matches under the age of 20 and thus got his name in the Guinness World Records.
Previously Pakistan’s cricket start Waqar Younus held the record.
And last year Khan became the fastest bowler reaching the milestone of 100 ODI wickets, doing so in 44 matches, which is eight fewer than the previous record holder, Australia’s Mitchell Starc, who took 52 matches to break the 18-year-old record in 2016.
Also, on September 26 the International Cricket Council (ICC) named Rashid the No. 1 bowler in the Twenty20 International formation.
Rashid is one of the most creative sports stars of Afghanistan and has played in cricketing leagues around the world over the past couple of years.