Paras Khadka to play Legends League Cricket

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Paras Khadka, the former Nepal Cricket Team Captain is all set to feature in the upcoming second edition of Legends League Cricket in India.

World Giants, Asian Lions, and India Maharajas battled for the trophy in the first edition in Oman, where Darren Sammy led World Giants clinched the trophy. Legends League Cricket is a Global League with former Cricketers playing competitive cricket.

50 legends around the globe are all set to play in the tournament after eight players were confirmed today, 24th July.

Khadka will be seen in the field alongside some famous cricketers like England’s Eoin Morgan, South Africa’s Dale Steyn, Jacque Kallis and Jonty Rhodes. India’s Harbhajan Singh along with Australia’s Shane Watson, Mitchell Johnson and Brett Lee will be featuring in the league.

After bidding adieu to International cricket last year, Paras has not played any competitive cricket since representing Bagmati Province in Kathmandu Mayors Cup 2021. The 34 years old has played 10 ODIs and 33 T20Is for Nepal before announcing a retirement on 3 August 2021.

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