Adil Rashid Net Worth 2022

Adil Usman Rashid commonly known as Adil Rashid is an English cricketer. Adil is mainly a Pakistan descent English Cricketer. He played for England in the 2019 Cricket World Cup. Adil also played for the England Under-19 cricket team.

Rashid is a right arm leg break bowler and a right handed batsman who can bat in the lower orders.

Rashid plays for the Yorkshire County Cricket Club in domestic cricket. David Parsons described Rashid as one of the most talented young leg spinners back in 2006. Eoin Morgan described Rashid as a valuable asset for England in ODIs.

In 2007 Rashid was awarded as the Young Player of the Year.

Rashid made his debut for Yorkshire back in 2006 and in the second innings he took six wickets.

With all the success he also gained a good amount of fortune. In 2021 it is estimated that Rashid’s net worth is around USD 1.2 million.

Adil was once a regular player for England cricket team. He helped them to win many crucial matches from time to time. Now a days he plays for England occasionally. He is not bound to England’s cricket board with any contract nowadays. But if he plays any match for them he gets the following payment he will get around USD 26K for each Test match, USD 15K for each ODI and USD 7K for each T20.

Rashid is a key player for Yorkshire County Cricket Club and they pay him around USD 250K for each season. He also gets some bonuses based on individual performance.

Rashid also played for West End Redbacks an franchise cricket team from Australia and he played there for one season. He got around USD 150K for that season. He played for Adelaide Stricker’s another franchise cricket team from Australia. He layed for this team only one season and got USD 250K fr that season.

Rashid started his Bangladesh Premier League career back in 2017 with the team called Dhaka Dynamites and he is currently bound to the team with a contract according to which he gets around USD 150K for each season.

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