There are only 3 days left in the start of the IPL and before that Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) is expected to get a big setback. What is related to this, the whole news will give you complete information about it. But, before that talk about the performance of this franchise in the first phase, it was a very poor performance. In such a situation, the new update coming in the second phase can also create a big problem for this team.
This player can miss the opening match
In fact, before the start of the second season, such news is coming out that, Afghanistan’s star spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman may miss 2 matches of the beginning. Afghanistan has been occupied by the Taliban. In such a situation, Mujeeb ur Rehman is stuck in trouble. According to the reports coming from the media, so far he has not got a UAE visa to participate in the second half of IPL 2021.
Almost all the players to participate in the second phase of this league have reached the UAE. But, he is yet to come to UAE. Even if he reaches the start of the tournament, he will not get a chance to join Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) immediately. Before this, they will have to go through a 6-day quarantine process. At present, a big update has come out quoting a source.
Franchisees doing their best to bring Mujeeb Ur to UAE
According to a source, the Afghanistan spinner has no fixed date yet to join the team. The young player has not got a visa. Therefore, at least initially, they will not be able to participate in the matches against Delhi Capitals (DC) and Punjab Kings (PBKS). Talking about this, an official associated with the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) team has also said that nothing can be said on Mujeeb’s play yet.
However, Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) is making full efforts to bring Mujeeb ur Rahman to the UAE. Such information has been given by the team that, “Nothing can be said clearly about Mujeeb Ur’s play. We are trying our best to connect with the team, but nothing is confirmed about it as of now.” At present, Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi have reached UAE on Tuesday.