Left-handed opener Sharjeel Khan banged with a comeback century in a club match in Karachi on Wednesday, ARY Sports reported.
Khan scored 116 runs off 49 balls and partnered with Azam Khan (114), son of former Test cricketer Moin Khan, to help his club PCA post 271-2 in 20 overs.
His powerful performance pulled the attention of cricket fans towards him as the fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is just around the corner.
It must be noted here that Khan is currently under the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s rehabilitation program. He has been included in the gold category for the PSL 5 but his participating will depend on the completion of the program.
Khan served a 2.5 years ban by the PCB for being involved in the spot-fixing scandal along with two other national cricketers Khalid Latif and Nasir Jamshed during the second season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in 2017.