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'Musheer Khan Might Go Ahead Of Sarfaraz': Ex-India Star's Strong Claim For U-19 World Cup Hero

Former Indian opener Aakash Chopra said that India's U19 sensation Musheer Khan could outshine his elder brother and domestic cricket star, Sarfaraz Khan. In India's run to the U19 World Cup finals, Musheer's performance was one of the high points for the young Indian side. In seven innings, Musheer scored 360 runs at an average of 60.00, with two centuries and a fifty. His best score was 131. He is the only Indian, besides Shikhar Dhawan, to score two or more hundreds in a single U19 World Cup tournament.

Speaking on his YouTube channel, Chopra predicted a bright future for Musheer, saying that he has got a "gift of timing".

"I liked Musheer a lot. When their careers finish in the end, the younger brother might go ahead of the elder one. The good thing about him (Musheer) is that he has got the gift of timing," said Aakash.

Aakash said that Musheer can play spin really well and can play some unconventional shots too.

"He plays very well on his legs and plays well straight too. Whenever the ball is in that range, he plays extremely well. The kid plays spin very well and plays some good unconventional shots too," the former India opener added.

In 14 Youth ODIs for India, Musheer has scored 554 runs at an average of 61.55 and a strike rate of over 91. He has got two tons and two fifties in 13 innings. His best score is 131. A useful left-arm spinner, he also has 13 wickets, with the best figures of 5/38.

However, Aakash cautioned that the young batter will have to work on his backfoot game.

"He will have to work on one thing. The backfoot play is slightly weak. He got a life in the final and got out in the slips in the semi-final as well. If you have to play long, you will have to work hard on your game against the short