Asia Cup 2018: 5 youngsters to watch out in the tournament

The Asia Cup 2018 tournament starts with Sri Lanka taking on Bangladesh in the opening match.

IMAM-UL-HAQ (PAK)
IMAM-UL-HAQ | Getty
Imam-ul-Haq has been a revelation for Pakistan scoring four centuries in his first 9 ODI matches, scoring 544 runs at an average of 88.31. He is yet to replicate that performance in Test cricket. He gets his cricketing acumen from his uncle, former Pakistani captain and one of the greatest batsmen of his time, Inzamam-ul-Haq.

Left-handed Imam scored a century in his ODI debut and as an opener, brings a calming yet stylish approach to his game for his team. Though he is not a big hitter of the ball, his expertise at finding the gaps in the fields and getting boundaries makes him unique and a player to watch out for in the upcoming Asia Cup 2018.


By Jatin Sharma - 14 Sep, 2018

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