Ghazanfar started out as a pacer but grew into a spinner over time.
Allah Mohammad Ghazanfar is a spinner from Afghanistan who is 15 years old.
The right-arm offspinner became the youngest player to register for the IPL auctions, which will take place in Kochi on December 23.
The tweaker, who is from the province of Paktia and stands 6 feet 2 inches tall, had registered for the Big Bash League auctions but was unsuccessful.
His bowling style is said to be similar to that of Afghani Mujeeb Zadran,
But the Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin is, according to the Afghani, his inspiration.
“I like Ashwin’s variations, and he has been a champion spinner for India.
From Kabul, Ghazanfar spoke to Sportstar
“I have always considered him to be my inspiration.”
The spinner acknowledged that he does not know much about Hindi.
But he assured that he would have no trouble communicating with people from different cultures.
I’ve played some junior cricket, and my ultimate goal is to represent Afghanistan.
I am extremely excited about the opportunity to learn a lot from both Indian and international players, which will help me improve my game.
Ghazanfar began the race as a pacer but gradually switched to spinning under Dawlat Ahmadzai, a former captain of Afghanistan.
He made his debut in the Shpageeza League for Mis Ainak Knights after shining at the local U-16 tournaments.
He then got the chance to train with Afghanistan’s U-19 players and won the Shpageeza League.
In his second match against Hindkush Stars, he picked up 4-15 after taking five wickets in three matches.
Ghazanfar, who later played in the Junior Pakistan Super League, stated, “I love challenging the batters with my spin, and the experience of playing in the Shpageeza League has been immensely valuable.”
On December 23
The IPL auction is scheduled to take place in Kochi, and a man from Afghanistan might make all the news, but not for starting a bidding war!
In point of fact, Allah Mohammad Ghazanfar has the potential to become the youngest player to be purchased during the IPL auctions.
He is only 15.
For the time being, he has enlisted for the most anticipated barters in establishment cricket and desires to luck out come the D-Day.
In this context,
It is necessary to mention that he submitted his name for the Big Bash League auctions but was unsuccessful.
The 15-year-old is about 6 feet 2 inches tall and lives in the province of Paktia.
He has set himself a base prize of 20 Lakh in his registration.