“I’m just delighted he’s fit now and available for selection,” Morkel said, acknowledging the importance of Khan’s progress in his career. He added: “For him to advance in his career is a big step forward.”
Morkel hailed Khan’s remarkable composure and composure on his return, despite the challenges he faced. “Coming back without any cricket and with a handful of training sessions and then playing the IPL where the margins are so small, to show the composure and composure was nice,” Morkel remarked.
Impressed by Khan’s inspiring journey, Morkel highlighted the magnitude of his achievements after overcoming a serious injury. “I’m very impressed with Mohsin. He almost lost his arm to the injury, losing a year and coming back to bowling like that was inspirational,” Morkel said.
Recognizing Khan’s potential and the impact he can have on Indian cricket, Morkel stressed the need to support and protect him. “It’s exciting not just for our franchise but for Indian cricket. They have a real gem of a cricketer and someone to look after,” Morkel said.
Additionally, Morkel praised the leadership qualities of Krunal Pandya, the alternate captain of the Lucknow Super Giants. He described Pandya as an exceptional leader who leads from the front and acts crucially under pressure. “He’s a guy who can fit into the team well. He’s a strong leader. You need a strong and powerful leader in the knockout stages because there will be crucial moments,” commented Morkel.
As a former player under Gautam Gambhir, Morkel recognized Gambhir’s invaluable experience and understanding of the game. “, acknowledged Morkel. He also expressed his willingness to share his own experiences as a bowler, hoping their collective knowledge and insights would help the team win.
Overall, Morkel’s admiration for the talent and resilience of Mohsin Khan, along with his praise for the leadership skills of Krunal Pandya, highlights the aspirations and determination of the Lucknow Super Giants as they struggle to succeed in the IPL.
(With PTI entries)