CPL Associate Watch, Day 8: Ali Khan exits injured after first over

Ali Khan CPL TKR
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - AUGUST 26: Rahkeem Cornwall (R) of St Lucia Zouks runs off Ali Khan (L) of Trinbago Knight Riders during the Hero Caribbean Premier League match 13 between St Lucia Zouks and Trinbago Knight Riders at Queen's Park Oval on August 26, 2020 in Port of Spain, Trinidad And Tobago. (Photo by Randy Brooks - CPL T20/CPL T20 via Getty Images)
Ali Khan
TKR bowler Ali Khan of USA (Photo: CPL)

Ali Khan was the only Associate player in action today in CPL, and he wasn’t in the action for long. After bowling the first over conceding six runs and looking dangerous swinging the ball away, Ali left after two balls in the second over. At one point reaching behind himself and touching his lower back, Ali walked off somewhat stiff, as the comms crew opined a lower back injury. He did not return to the action.

TKR has looked very strong this CPL season, and it’s difficult to argue that they aren’t the favourite. Surely much of their success is due to their power play bowling, which has put them on the right foot in nearly every game. There’s no question they’re a stronger team with Ali in the lineup, so they’ll be hoping for the best.

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