"It is a huge honour to be a part of such a great tournament and even more of an honour to be the first Afghanistan player to participate on the BBL stage".
Afghanistan's spin sensation Rashid Khan will play for the Adelaide Strikers in Australia's Twenty20 Big Bash League later this year, the club said on Thursday.
"Rashid has set the world alight in T20 cricket. he has some great variations, can bowl stump-to-stump and can be very hard to pick", Gillespie said in a statement. "I look forward to linking up with my Strikers team-mates and backroom staff", ESPNcricinfo quoted Rashid as saying.
Strikers coach Jason Gillespie said the team is delighted to procure the services of the legspinner, who is the second overseas player on board for Strikers, after hard-hitting South African Colin Ingram.
Khan along with former skipper Mohammad Nabi for first time made it into a major worldwide sporting event, Indian Premier League, in February this year.
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Rashid was signed by Sunrisers Hyderabad this year in the Indian Premier League, and starred with 17 wickets at 21.05 and an economy rate of 6.62.
Afghanistan's Rashid Khan has gone from strength to strength impressing all.
Having become the first Afghan signing in BBL history, Khan will be looking forward to producing performances similar to those at the IPL and CPL.
Rashid Khan has been roped in by Adelaide Strikers for 2017-18 edition.
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