Parvez Rasool show continues in Bangladesh

SRINAGAR : J&K skipper Parvez Rasool's stint in Bangladesh for Gazi Group of Cricketers is getting better every match with the all-rounder exhibiting yet another all-round brilliance to script a victory for his side.

Ever since being snubbed by the IPL franchises, Parvez has been in superb form for GGC in Dhaka Premier League.

Parvez has been giving one winning contribution after another for Gazi proving to be a great signing for Dhaka based cricket club. Saturday saw Parvez-the batsman- exhibiting his talent smashing a solid 91 to drive his side to a score of 282 which proved to be a winning total.

Coming to bat with his side in a spot of bother at 94 for the loss of three wickets in the 20th over, the right handed batsman preferred aggression over rearguard, taking game to Abahani Limited bowlers.

The J&K star hit three sixes and seven fours in his 87-ball stay at the crease to give a good account of his batsmanship.

His time with the ball also yielded results giving just 46 runs in his alloted ten overs to go with a solitary wicket as well.

Parvez's side went on to win the game by 25 runs.

Parvez is having a fruitful time in Bangladesh shinning with both bat and ball. He announced his arrival for GGC with a brilliant fifty in his maiden appearance before showing his skills with the ball, taking four and three wickets in the second and third game with his tight off-spin.

Parvez would hope for a better show in the matches to come so that he is back among the contenders for top flight cricket.














































































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