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Mohsin is a gem, one for future: Morkel
5/20/2023 10:59:54 PM
NEW DELHI, May 20: Former South Africa pacer Morne Morkel feels uncapped India left-arm pacer Mohsin Khan is a gem of a bowler and said the 24-year-old is one for the "future and should be looked after well".
The UP pacer continued from where he left last season, despite being out of action for 12 months with a serious injury that could have forced him to amputate his bowling arm if he was late for treatment.
"For him, moving forward in his career is a big step," Morkel said.
"I'm just excited that he's fit now and available for selection."
Mohsin successfully defended 11 runs in the final over in their match against Mumbai Indians to seal a dramatic five-run win.
"To come back without any cricket at all and with handful of training sessions, and then play the IPL where the margins are so small, to show that composure and calmness was pleasing," said Morkel, who is the bowling coach of LSG.
"I'm very impressed with Mohsin. He almost lost his arm due to the injury, being a year out of the game and coming back bowling an over like that has been inspirational," he said.
Having bagged 14 wickets in nine matches with an economy rate of 5.97 in his debut IPL season in 2022, Mohsin suffered a serious shoulder injury with blood clots in his bowling shoulder. Forget bowling, he was not able to lift his bowling arm following the surgery.
After being ruled out of the initial phase, Mohsin played only his second game against MI and returned with figures of 1/26 from three overs.
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