Ali Khan, Dwayne Bravo, Denesh Ramdin and Brendon McCullum of Trinbago Knight Riders appeal during the Hero Caribbean Premier League match between Trinbago Knight Riders and St Kitts and Nevis Patriots at Queen's Park Oval on August 11, 2018 in Port of Spain, Trinidad And Tobago. (Photo by Ashley Allen - CPL T20/Getty Images)

USA’s Ali Khan maintains his growth curve on the upwards as he registered his best bowling figures in 2018 Caribbean Premier League so far by lending a great helping hand in Trinbago Knight Riders victory over Guyana Amazon Warriors in the 27th match of the tournament.

Ali Khan made early in-roads into Guyana’s batting line-up, picking up the crucial wickets of former New Zealand player Luke Ronchi and Windies player Shimron Hetmyer in his first two overs to derail Guyana’s chase of 170/7 set by Trinbago Knight Riders.

He came back towards the end to pick up Guyana’s final wicket of Proteas player Imran Tahir to finish with a match haul of 3/22 in his 3rd over. Khan has already picked up two 3-wicket hauls against SKN Patriots and Jamaica Tallawahs earlier in the competition and now has 13 wickets from 8 matches for TKR in 2018 CPL.

Ali Khan currently is #4 in the top wicket-takers list in the tournament so far and few more good results will surely help his case in a big way to get more opportunities in other T20 leagues across the globe.

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