Shan Masood brilliant performance in county cricket, scoring two centuries and 3 half-centuries. Despite being dropped from the Pakistani cricket team, opener Shaun Masood is returning home after impressing with his performance in the English County Championship.
At the start of the year, he was the vice-captain of the Pakistan ODI team, but he was stripped of the ODI vice-captaincy as well as a place in the team. Also not included in the 15 players of the World Cup.
Headingley scored 131 runs off 123 balls with 15 fours in his last match for Yorkshire in Leeds to lead his team to a 6-wicket win.
Under the captaincy of Shaun Masood, Yorkshire achieved three victories.
Due to his engagement with the Pakistan team in Sri Lanka, Shaun joined the team late, in his absence Saud Shakeel was given the opportunity. Shaun Masood scored 720 runs in seven county matches, including two centuries and three half-centuries, at a batting average of 60.
He was the third most successful batsman in the English county of Yorkshire. Adam Leith scored 1019 runs and Finley Baines scored 983 runs.
Among the Pakistan batsmen who participated in the English county, Shaun’s performance was the best. Former captain Azhar Ali scored 612 runs in 14 matches for Worcestershire and was ranked 37th.
Hyder Ali of Derbyshire came in at number 47, he scored 481 runs in 10 matches. Gloucestershire’s Zafar Gohar scored 391 runs in 13 matches, Leicestershire’s Umar Amin scored 108 runs in four matches and Yorkshire’s Saud Shakeel scored 71 runs in three matches.
The English County Championship was won by Durham with 233 points.