First Chinese to Play at Big Bash League

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Sunday, November 29th, 2015 | 0

Ming Lee is the first Chinese, who have get chance to play at Australian domestic cricket league Big Bash League 2015-16. The 24- years old Ming Lee signed up for Sydney Sixers at last Saturday.

Leg Spinner Ming Lee says “I have grown up after saw video of Shane Warn at YouTube” and the dream come true that he gave up at signing chance as leg spinner of Sydney Sixers.

Ming Li

Ming is also the first player of his country how was on field for playing an International T20I match, He was turned out for Hong Kong at 2012 World Cup Qualification and played against Afghanistan on that tournament.

Ming had took cricket ball first time at 2004 after watching Shane Warn’s video at online and fueling his love of this games.

Last Monday Lee said “I intend to utilize in best way of this great and rare opportunity.”

My aim is to be the one of the greatest cricketer in Hong Kong cricket history and keep going forward with taking challenge and gather experience which will help me to achieve my cricketing goal.

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