Saqlain Mushtaq to conduct training camp in Nepal
Former Pakistan international cricketer Saqlain Mushtaq will conduct a week-long training camp at the Wai Wai Great Himalaya Cricket Academy in Nepal.
Saqlain, regarded as one of the best spin bowlers in the history of cricket and the inventor of doosra, will lend cricketing lessons to the Nepali players from April 14-21 at the newly-built facilities.
“The Masterclass with Saqlain Mushtaq event is aimed at providing the aspiring cricketers with international-class training and all the interested players can take part in the camp,” said GHCA President Sudeep Sharma in a statement. “We also have residential facilities for the players who come from outside the Kathmandu valley.”
Saqlain played 49 Test matches and 169 One Day Internationals for Pakistan between 1995 and 2004. He took 208 Test and 288 ODI wickets and was the fastest to reach the milestones of 100, 150, 200 and 250 wickets in ODIs.