Imad Wasim has been impressive since he won the youth world cup in 2006, and now after heading to the national team, he is showing his potential to be the next all rounder, which Pakistan team has been lacking since long.
The left handed spinner, who once wanted to be Wasim Akram, is now one of the most preferred spinner in ODIs and T20Is after departure of Saeed Ajmal from the side.
Nowadays Wasim is busy playing Caribbean Premier League (CPL), and with two games so far he has proved himself as integral part of the Jamaica Tallawahs (JT).
Amid all this, Imad Wasim have refused to wear beer logo on front of kit of Jamaica Tallawahs, and in both the games he covered the main beer logo. After doing this over religious belief, has has joined South African captain Hashim Amla and Pakistani-born Australian spinner Fawad Ahmed, who also have earlier refused to wear any such shirts.
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Before going for the CPL journey Imad Wasim told that it will be a lot learning experience for him.
“It’s my first journey to the Caribbean so it would be a good learning curve for me and I’m looking forward to the challenge,” Imad told the CPL website in an interview. “As a cricketer, you always need different challenges to grow and progress, and this is what I want. I’m working hard to keep proving my credentials.”