“Those 1 Or 2 Years Were Very Difficult”- Mohsin Khan Opens Up On His Struggles Before Becoming Match-winner For LSG In IPL 2022

Lucknow Super Giants have done a fantastic job in their debut IPL season. Playing in the 2022 edition of the Indian Premier League, the Lucknow-based franchise finished third on the points table with nine wins from 14 matches. They will be in action soon, taking on the fourth-placed Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Eliminator match. One of the best players for LSG this year has been uncapped fast bowler Mohsin Khan.

Not many fans knew about the left-arm fast bowler from Uttar Pradesh before the 2022 edition of the Indian Premier League. He was with the Mumbai Indians for a couple of seasons but did not make his debut. Even at the Lucknow Super Giants, he warmed the benches for a few games before making his debut.

Mohsin has been quite impressive this season. The opposition batters have found it difficult to score big off his bowling. The left-arm fast bowler has already won a Man of the Match award in his career. In an interview with Dainik Jagran, Mohsin opened up on his initial struggles and said:


“The best part is that my parents have always supported me a lot. Talking about the struggle, I got injured after playing under-16, those one or two years were very difficult for my life. During that time, my parents and brother supported me a lot. Everyone used to say that one day you will play.”

Can Mohsin Khan help Lucknow Super Giants win IPL 2022?

IPL 2022 is the first time a team from Uttar Pradesh is participating in the league. The Lucknow-based franchise has some big names on their team, and they are one of the contenders to win the title this season.

Mohsin’s performance will play an integral role in the Lucknow Super Giants’ success in the playoffs. It will be exciting to see how the left-arm fast bowler performs in the next few games.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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