‘Papa are you happy?’: Mohsin Khan’s video call to his father after helping LSG beat MI | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Pacer Mohsin Khan’s father Multan Khan was lying on his bed, but his eyes were glued to the television screen, waiting to see his son in action. Multan was in intensive care for 10 days due to a stroke. He had returned home on Monday 15 May – a day before the LSG vs MI shock. The stroke left him partially paralyzed. But his energy and enthusiasm to see his son perform in the IPL was second to none.
When Mohsin, who made his return to the IPL in the second half of the tournament after injury, was given the last to defend 11 points, and that too against hard-hitting hitters Tim David and Cameron Green, the whole family started to applaud for the leader.


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The pressure was on Mohsin as Naveen-ul-Haq conceded 19 points (0, 6, 2, NB4, 0, 0, 6) in the penultimate to bring the equation to 11 out of 6 for the Mumbai Indians , who were favorites to win at this point.
The lad from Sambhal, Uttar Pradesh played a tight game and defended 11 points in style, giving up only 5 points (0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 2) to give LSG a thrilling victory in five dots. With this win, LSG moved one step closer to the IPL playoffs.

“I am so proud of him. May Allah bless him always. Match jita diya usne (he won the match for the team),” Multan Khan said in a shaky voice while speaking to TimesofIndia.com.
Multan, who was advised by doctors to stay in bed, passed the phone to his son and Mohsin’s brother, Armaan.
“Bhai made us all proud. He is a champion bowler. Dad is very happy. He is recovering and he looked so excited when the match started. We had no idea the match would turn out like this and that Mohsin bhai would upset the final and win the game Their batsmen (Mumbai Indians) were dangerous 11 runs are nothing (Cameron) Green and Tim (David) are well known and game changing big hitters but Mohsin bhai played special moves deliveries. We are all so happy,” said Mohsin’s brother Arman, TimesofIndia.com.


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After Mohsin guided LSG to a magnificent victory, he made a video call to his ailing father and spoke to him.
“Bhai was happy and was trying to make our dad feel better. He said he won the game for him. In fact, he asked – ‘Are you happy dad?’ Our dad responded by saying – yes and he was smiling,” Arman added.
24-year-old left-arm pacer Mohsin, who was retained by LSG for the 2023 IPL season, has had an impressive 2022 season. He bagged 14 wickets in 9 games last year, with best figures of 4/16. But the 24-year-old has missed the entire domestic season and most of the IPL this year due to a left shoulder injury.
He was only playing his second game of IPL 2023 and the fact that he was able to defend 11 points against five-time IPL champions Mumbai Indians in the final showed how well he controlled his nerves. .


Mohsin and his brother Arman (Image credit: Special Arrangements)
Mohsin, in his post-match chat, said he narrowly avoided a possible amputation of his bowling arm after approaching the doctor just in time.
“It was a very difficult period for him (Mohsin). He was in pain. But I have never seen a stronger person than him. He is a real fighter. He underwent the operation. worked so hard, both mentally and physically, to get back on the court. He wasn’t even able to raise his hand, forget about bowling at that point, after the surgery,” the later shared the brother of Mohsin with TimesofIndia.com.


Mohsin Khan (Image credit: special arrangements)
“He is a fighter and a champion bowler. His captains Krunal Pandya and KL Rahul were very supportive. He also has a lot of support from Gautam Gambhir sir. Dad’s only dream is to see him in the colors of India. I’m sure he will make this dream come true one day,” Arman signed.


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