Adil Rashid is a leg spinner in team England. With roots in Pakistan, he grew up as a Yorkshire kid. He marked his first-class debut claiming six wickets against Warwickshire in 2006. As a county cricketer for Yorkshire, Rashid impressed his peer. His international test debut was against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi. He took five wickets in the first inning without giving a single run to Pakistan. In his latest series against India in 2016-17 season, his stance was gloomy. In limited overs cricket, Rashid is among the strongest bets for England.
As an under-19 player, Rashid took eight wickets in a test against India. In 2007, he came up with the maiden Championship century against Worcestershire. In the end of the year, he was named as the Young Cricketer of the Year by Cricket Writer's Club.
In 2008 season, Rashid tallied 62 wickets in county championship. In 2009, he scored a total of 545 runs including two centuries. In first-class, he picked up 31 wickets at an average of 36.6. In an ODI against Australia he scored 31 at the Oval. The following tournaments in 2009-10 season were gloomy. It lost him the spot in the ODI squad.
In 2010, Rashid was back with Yorkshire scoring 732 first-class runs at an average of 45.75. He also took 57 wickets at an average of 31.29. He transformed as one of the strongest all-rounder of England. In 2011, his tally was 39 wickets, but for a higher average. In 2012, his tally dropped down to 16 wickets. Since 2015, the bowler has been with the national side. In June 2016, he debuted T20 at the World Cup. In the season, he played as a crucial bet for England. In 2017, he was with the team playing limited format series against West Indies, which England won.