Hong Kong Cricket Team Best Players of All Time

The Hong Kong National Cricket Team is a proud representation of the independent spirit, tenacity and talent that exists in this great city. Founded back in 1866, they have been an associate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 1969 and have made their mark on international cricket with some impressive performances. After achieving ODI status in 2014 following a third-place finish at the ICC World Cup Qualifier tournament, Hong Kong has continued to make strides forward as one of Asia’s leading cricketing nations. From taking part in prestigious tournaments such as The Asian Games to hosting premier events like The West Indies tour and more recently playing against sides like Zimbabwe – it’s clear that Hong Kong is determined to make its mark on world cricket.

1. Babar Hayat

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 22: 34: 6: 53, Runs scored: 784: 799: 712: 1,806, Batting average: 39.20: 28.53: 71.20: 39.26, 100s/50s: 0/8: 1/4: 3/1: 1/14, Top score: 89: 122: 214*: 135, Catches/stumpings: 11/–: 21/–: 7/–: 19/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 22: 34: 6: 53
  • Runs scored: 784: 799: 712: 1,806
  • Batting average: 39.20: 28.53: 71.20: 39.26
  • 100s/50s: 0/8: 1/4: 3/1: 1/14
  • Top score: 89: 122: 214*: 135
  • Catches/stumpings: 11/–: 21/–: 7/–: 19/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 3 September 2022

Babar Hayat made his international debut for Hong Kong in May 2014, and has played 11 ODIs so far. He is a right-handed batsman who bowls Right-arm medium.

Babar Hayat's father was also a player, and he followed in his footsteps by representing Pakistan at Under-19 level before making the switch to play for Hong Kong.

In September 2018, BabarHayat scored an unbeaten 79 off 73 balls against India which helped seal victory in the third ODI of the series. He will be looking to continue this form when Hong Kong take on Afghanistan in their next fixture later this month Babar Hayat is a left-handed batsman and occasional right-arm offbreak bowler.

He made his international debut for Pakistan in March 2014, playing three T20Is. Babar has played 53 ODIs, scoring 712 runs at an average of 39.26 with one hundred and fourteen fifty balls taken to score his highest score of 215 not out against Sri Lanka in Colombo in 2018. His most successful season was 2017 when he averaged 41 with the bat including two centuries - 101 not out against South Africa at Cape Town in February and 103* against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club later that month which helped Pakistan clinch the Asia Cup title after losing by five wickets on first innings defeat during the group stage play In September 2019, he was ruled out of action for six months due to a wrist injury sustained while playing club cricket

2. Mark Chapman

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 7: 34: 35: 56, Runs scored: 262: 702: 2,287: 2,354, Batting average: 52.40: 25.07: 41.58: 53.50, 100s/50s: 2/0: 0/3: 4/14: 7/13, Top score: 124*: 83: 146: 157, Balls bowled: –: 78: 348: 569, Wickets: –: 4: 1: 14, Bowling average: –: 23.75: 222.00: 42.78, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: 1/9: 1/60: 3/41, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 12/–: 31/–: 28/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 7: 34: 35: 56
  • Runs scored: 262: 702: 2,287: 2,354
  • Batting average: 52.40: 25.07: 41.58: 53.50
  • 100s/50s: 2/0: 0/3: 4/14: 7/13
  • Top score: 124*: 83: 146: 157
  • Balls bowled: –: 78: 348: 569
  • Wickets: –: 4: 1: 14
  • Bowling average: –: 23.75: 222.00: 42.78
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: 1/9: 1/60: 3/41
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 12/–: 31/–: 28/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 22 October 2022

Mark Chapman is a left-handed batsman who played for Hong Kong from 2011 to 2016. He made his debut for the national side in an ODI against UAE in 2015 and last appeared for the country in an ODI against Scotland in 2022.

In 2018, he was called up to play for New Zealand alongside Kane Williamson, making his T20I debut two months later against England. A regular member of the Auckland first-class scene since 2012, Chapman has also represented Northern Districts and Wellington at domestic level over that time period - amassing 2248 runs at 33.28 with six half centuries and four fifties across all formats combined.

Born and raised in British Hong Kong, Chapman qualified to represent New Zealand through his parents' residency status - meaning he can now call himself a "full" Kiwi. An aggressive middle order batsman with flair around off stump, Chapman's ability to score quickly will be key if NZ are looking to build on their semifinal berth at the recent ICC World Cup Qualifier tournament held in Ireland

3. Scott McKechnie

Wicket-keeper

Scott McKechnie Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 8: 29: 16: 29, Runs scored: 108: 264: 248: 264, Batting average: 15.42: 17.60: 19.07: 17.60, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 29: 44: 37: 44, Catches/stumpings: 8/1: 13/9: 19/3: 13/9
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 8: 29: 16: 29
  • Runs scored: 108: 264: 248: 264
  • Batting average: 15.42: 17.60: 19.07: 17.60
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 29: 44: 37: 44
  • Catches/stumpings: 8/1: 13/9: 19/3: 13/9
  • Source: Cricinfo, 3 September 2022

Scott McKechnie is a 31-year old batsman and wicketkeeper who has played for Hong Kong since 2017. He made his ODI debut against Papua New Guinea in December 2017, scoring 40 runs from just 10 balls before being dismissed by Edmund Sumuzo.

In March 2018, he scored 77 not out to help Hong Kong reach the final of the World Cricket League Division Six tournament, where they lost to Nepal. Scott was born in England but moved to Salford when he was young; he now plays for Lancashire County Cricket Club's academy team as well as representing Hong Kong internationally.

Scott McKechnie is a Scottish cricketer who has played for both Scotland and Durham. He made his international debut in 2018 and has since gone on to make 29 appearances, scoring 16 runs with the bat and taking 13 catches. In T20 cricket he's taken 19 wickets with an average of 17.60, including two five-wicket hauls against Pakistan in 2022 which helped seal their place at the ICC World Twenty20 tournament that year.

4. Tanwir Afzal

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 20: 21: 4: 40, Runs scored: 292: 219: 215: 550, Batting average: 18.25: 13.68: 30.71: 17.74, 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/1: 1/1: 0/1, Top score: 73: 56: 104: 73, Balls bowled: 852: 426: 712: 1,802, Wickets: 19: 19: 16: 41, Bowling average: 31.63: 26.78: 23.25: 29.31, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/20: 2/8: 4/63: 5/17, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 4/–: 0/–: 6/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 20: 21: 4: 40
  • Runs scored: 292: 219: 215: 550
  • Batting average: 18.25: 13.68: 30.71: 17.74
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/1: 1/1: 0/1
  • Top score: 73: 56: 104: 73
  • Balls bowled: 852: 426: 712: 1,802
  • Wickets: 19: 19: 16: 41
  • Bowling average: 31.63: 26.78: 23.25: 29.31
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/20: 2/8: 4/63: 5/17
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 4/–: 0/–: 6/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 28 September 2021

Tanwir Afzal is an all-rounder who has played for the Pakistan national cricket team. Tanwir made his international debut in May 2014 against Afghanistan and he has since featured in a number of ODIs and T20Is.

He was part of the Pakistani side that won the Champions Trophy in 2017, making him one of the most successful players on the team at present. Tanwir also represented Hong Kong during their short stint as a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

In September 2018, it was announced that Tanwir would not be continuing with Hong Kong after two years due to personal reasons and he will now return to play for Pakistan once again. Tanwir Afzal is a Pakistani cricketer. He made his international debut in 2015 and has since played for Pakistan A, the Under-19 team, and the senior side.

Tanwir Afzal plays all three forms of cricket - ODI, T20I, and First Class - for Lahore Blues. In November 2018 he was named in Pakistan's squad for the 2019 ICC World Cup but did not play any matches at the tournament due to an injury sustained earlier that year. Tanwir Afzal has been praised by many as one of Pakistan's brightest prospects and is seen as a vital part of their future batting line-up

5. Nadeem Ahmed

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 25: 24: 7: 45, Runs scored: 67: 34: 94: 163, Batting average: 5.58: 6.80: 8.54: 8.57, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 14: 10: 29: 24*, Balls bowled: 1,327: 495: 1,557: 2,334, Wickets: 38: 25: 31: 63, Bowling average: 24.52: 21.84: 24.25: 26.33, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/26: 4/21: 5/72: 4/26, Catches/stumpings: 12/–: 12/–: 1/–: 17/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 25: 24: 7: 45
  • Runs scored: 67: 34: 94: 163
  • Batting average: 5.58: 6.80: 8.54: 8.57
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 14: 10: 29: 24*
  • Balls bowled: 1,327: 495: 1,557: 2,334
  • Wickets: 38: 25: 31: 63
  • Bowling average: 24.52: 21.84: 24.25: 26.33
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/26: 4/21: 5/72: 4/26
  • Catches/stumpings: 12/–: 12/–: 1/–: 17/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 28 September 2021

Ahmed was born in Multan, Punjab, Pakistan on 28 September 1987. Ahmed made his international debut for Hong Kong in 2004 and played their last ODI match against India in 2018.

Ahmed has also represented Pakistan at Under-19 level and is a right-handed batsman and slow left-arm orthodox bowler. He has scored over 2000 runs with the bat and taken over 100 wickets with the ball throughout his career to date.

The 35 year old Ahmed announced his retirement from international cricket after playing his final game for Hong Kong against India earlier this year (2018). Nadeem's younger brother Irfan is also a cricketer who plays first class cricket for Lahore Qalandars domestically in Pakistan as well as representing the national side on rare occasions Ahmed is a left-arm orthodox spinner who made his debut for Pakistan in 2009.

Ahmed has played for several teams, most notably Karachi Kings and Lahore Qalandars before joining Quetta Gladiators in 2018. He took 7 wickets against Netherlands in the final T20I of 2017 to help his team reach their first ever Cricket World Cup semifinal. Ahmed was named as one of the twenty nominees for The Cricketer's ODI Player of the Year Award at the ICC Awards Ceremony 2019 which was held on 10 December 2019 at The Grosvenor House Hotel, London, England.

In October 2020 he was named in Pakistan’s squad for the inaugural edition of the Global T20 Canada tournament which takes place from 18–24 November 2020 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

6. Nizakat Khan

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 20: 53: 6: 58, Runs scored: 583: 996: 435: 1,618, Batting average: 30.68: 19.52: 39.54: 30.52, 100s/50s: 0/3: 0/5: 1/3: 1/7, Top score: 94: 81: 123: 127*, Balls bowled: 139: 84: 180: 775, Wickets: 4: 4: 1: 18, Bowling average: 26.00: 20.75: 85.00: 28.72, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/11: 3/19: 1/42: 4/14, Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 24/–: 4/–: 24/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 20: 53: 6: 58
  • Runs scored: 583: 996: 435: 1,618
  • Batting average: 30.68: 19.52: 39.54: 30.52
  • 100s/50s: 0/3: 0/5: 1/3: 1/7
  • Top score: 94: 81: 123: 127*
  • Balls bowled: 139: 84: 180: 775
  • Wickets: 4: 4: 1: 18
  • Bowling average: 26.00: 20.75: 85.00: 28.72
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/11: 3/19: 1/42: 4/14
  • Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 24/–: 4/–: 24/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 3 September 2022

Nizakat Khan is an all-rounder who has played for Hong Kong since 2014. He made his ODI debut in May 2014 against Afghanistan and last played against India in September 2018.

In T20Is, he made his debut in March 2014 against Nepal and last played two years later against Pakistan. Nizakat Khan is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for several teams in domestic and international cricket.

He made his first-class debut for Hyderabad in the 2018–19 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy on 25 September 2018. In November 2018, he was named in Pakistan's Twenty20 International (T20I) squad for their series against Sri Lanka.

He made his T20I debut on 5 December 2018, conceding four runs from six balls before being dismissed by Suranga Lakmal. In January 2019, he was part of the Pakistan team that won the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier tournament held in Zimbabwe with victories over Afghanistan and Scotland to qualify for the main event as hosts England were eliminated early stages of the competition.
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He played three matches at this edition of the World T20 but failed to take any wickets or score much impact batting averaging just 10 not out off 16 innings.
7 . On 3 September 2022, he made his Test debut against India playing only one innings before being run out LBW by Kuldeep Yadav
8 . His twin brother Ahsan also plays first class cricket for Bahawalpur

7. Kinchit Shah

Batter

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 10: 45: 1: 37, Runs scored: 136: 669: 66: 1,058, Batting average: 13.28: 20.27: 33.00: 32.06, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/3: 0/1: 3/5, Top score: 34*: 79: 62: 139, Balls bowled: 56: 378: –: 884, Wickets: 4: 11: –: 37, Bowling average: 10.00: 43.81: –: 18.59, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: –: 0, Best bowling: 4/10: 2/9: –: 4/10, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 15/–: 0/–: 9/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 10: 45: 1: 37
  • Runs scored: 136: 669: 66: 1,058
  • Batting average: 13.28: 20.27: 33.00: 32.06
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/3: 0/1: 3/5
  • Top score: 34*: 79: 62: 139
  • Balls bowled: 56: 378: –: 884
  • Wickets: 4: 11: –: 37
  • Bowling average: 10.00: 43.81: –: 18.59
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: –: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/10: 2/9: –: 4/10
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 15/–: 0/–: 9/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 3 September 2022

Kinchit Shah is a left-handed batsman who has represented India in both ODI and T20I formats. Kinchit Shah was born on 9 December 1995, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

In 2011, Kinchit Shah made his debut for Hong Kong against Papua New Guinea and has since played 29 ODIs and 15 T20Is for the nation. After representing India at various age group levels up until U19s level, he finally made his full international debut against PNG 8 November 2014.

He scored his maiden ODI century during the 2018 ICC World Cup Qualifier match against Nepal 18 September 2018 His final game for Hong Kong came 2 October 2018 when they lost to Sri Lanka by 7 wickets in the last round of Group A matches at Bulawayo Stadium . Kinchit Shah is a left-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who has played for various teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

He made his first-class debut for Rajasthan Royals in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy. In 2018, he was signed by Royal Challengers Bangalore as their second overseas player for the season. Shah took 5/10 with ball to help RCB clinch their maiden IPL title in 2019. He also featured in all 10 of Rajasthan's T20 games during the campaign, averaging 32 with 2 centuries and 3 half-centuries scored while keeping wickets on occasion too; his best innings figures came against Gujarat Lions where he smashed 79 runs off 62 balls at an impressive strike rate of 139*.

Ahead of the 2020 edition of IPL, Kinchit Shah was bought by Delhi Daredevils from RCB for around $200K USD after negotiations between both clubs went through smoothly (*estimated value). The 29 year old will be hoping to replicate or better his successful run with RCB this time round when playing under David Hussey & co.; should he manage that then it would no doubt go down as one heck of an achievement given how competitive T20 cricket can be.

8. Aizaz Khan

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 19: 49: 5: 60, Runs scored: 260: 429: 55: 975, Batting average: 20.00: 12.61: 6.87: 22.15, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/4, Top score: 44: 44: 16: 88, Balls bowled: 728: 983: 648: 2,327, Wickets: 16: 58: 6: 59, Bowling average: 42.50: 20.32: 64.66: 35.25, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/26: 3/10: 2/20: 3/14, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 13/–: 1/–: 15/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 19: 49: 5: 60
  • Runs scored: 260: 429: 55: 975
  • Batting average: 20.00: 12.61: 6.87: 22.15
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/4
  • Top score: 44: 44: 16: 88
  • Balls bowled: 728: 983: 648: 2,327
  • Wickets: 16: 58: 6: 59
  • Bowling average: 42.50: 20.32: 64.66: 35.25
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/26: 3/10: 2/20: 3/14
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 13/–: 1/–: 15/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 3 September 2022

Aizaz Khan is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler who made his international debut for Hong Kong in 2009. He has played 41 ODI matches, scoring 288 runs at an average of 14.92 with a high score of 57 not out against Papua New Guinea in 2014.

In T20Is, he has represented Hong Kong 21 times, including the 2018 ICC World Twenty20 where they finished as runners up after losing to Pakistan by 3 wickets in the final match. Aizaz Khan is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for Pakistan national cricket team since 2013.

Aizaz Khan was born in Lahore on 9th December 1990 and started playing cricket at an early age. He represented Lahore-based club Sheikhupura under-19s squad before making his first-class debut in February 2012 against Rawalpindi Kings, scoring 34 not out batting at number three position with the ball taking 2/36 from eight overs including one wicket maiden and two catches behind the stumps as part of eleven man attack conceding just 101 runs from their 20 overs bowled with Imran Tahir (5/77).

In March 2013, he made his List A debut for Punjab in the Quaid-e Azam Trophy 2009–10 against Karachi Blues, bowling six over without success but took 3/25 from ten overs with the bat which included two boundaries and four catches behind square leg to help Punjab register a commanding victory by 108 runs after they were put into bat; he also scored 16 not out off 21 balls batting second highest run scorer for Punjab that day alongside Mohammad Irfan (46) while Asif Ali topscored for Karachi Blues with 41 not out off 31 balls despite being hit on pads twice whilst fielding at short leg eventually leading to him being given LBW decision when appeal was upheld giving rise to protestations which led to match referee ordering both teams back onto field whereupon umpires retired it due to interference causing delay of play until 10:20pm local time resulting in forfeiture of point by PCB .

His next appearance came five days later against Sargodha Magicians where again he batted lower down order taking 4/24 from nine overs including one scalp – this time dismissing Shoaib Malik lbw caught & bowled; however, his side still lost by 158 runs meaning that Khan had yet another unsuccessful outing followed up by 0/32 scoreline during innings break versus Federally Administered Tribal Areas Elite Cricket League team Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Region XI helping Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Region XI reach target of 306 all out thanks mainly to 94not 30 partnership between Raza Hasan (54no) and Aizaz Khan (27no) sharing 5 wickets each - only batsman dismissed throughout entire chase courtesy Ahmed Shehzad’s unbeaten 92*(30b 4x4); finally coming good

9. Irfan Ahmed

Career

  • Competition: ODI: First-class, Matches: 4: 1, Runs scored: 92: 11, Batting average: 23.00: 5.50, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 37: 11, Balls bowled: 198: 30, Wickets: 5: 2, Bowling average: 39.60: 25.00, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/28: 1/25, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 0/–
  • Competition: ODI: First-class
  • Matches: 4: 1
  • Runs scored: 92: 11
  • Batting average: 23.00: 5.50
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 37: 11
  • Balls bowled: 198: 30
  • Wickets: 5: 2
  • Bowling average: 39.60: 25.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/28: 1/25
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 0/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 17 January 2010

Irfan Ahmed is an all-rounder who has represented Pakistan and Hong Kong in international cricket. Irfan was born in 1989 in Islamabad, Pakistan, to a Pakistani father and an English mother.

He made his first-class debut for Islamabad against Quetta in the 2008–09 season and played 19 matches before making his List A debut against Karachi Blues on 24 June 2008. In December 2009, he scored two centuries for National Bank of Pakistan during their Intercontinental Cup match against Royal Challengers Bangalore at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore; one batting score of 176 not out from number seven position (the highest score by any batsman that day) and 103 not out from number six position off 64 balls with 10 fours, while taking 2/50 as part of an innings total of 404/5 declared; this led to him being named man-of-the-match despite National Bank losing the game by ten wickets.[1] The following month he hit 141* again – both innings coming against Army Corps[2] – as NBP won their final match of the Intercontinental Cup group stages.[3][4] In November 2010 he captained NBP to victory over East Zone at Jamshoro Sports Complex,[5] scoring 188 runs including three half centuries [86*, 65*, 89*], taking 3 wickets with figures 4/42 & 1/32 bowling , earning Man Of The Match honors once more along the way .

On 8 October 2011 Irfan took 5 for 29 alongside Mohammad Sami to help clinch a rain delayed One Day International win over Sri Lanka Board President’s XI at DHA Cricket Stadium which gave Pak national team its fourth ODI Victory since early January 2007 when Shahid Afridi led them home from England after defeating Australia 35 odd run away . Since then most recently playing together they helped Hong Kong qualify for semi finals stage of 2016 World T20 Qualifier beating Macau convincingly with contributions across all three formats culminating eventually into captain Mohammad Amir's 175 off just 130 balls sealing qualification

10. Najeeb Amar

Career

  • Competition: ODI: LA, Matches: 4: 14, Runs scored: 38: 204, Batting average: 12.66: 18.54, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 21: 49, Balls bowled: 240: 763, Wickets: 3: 19, Bowling average: 57.33: 28.63, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/40: 4/33, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 4/–
  • Competition: ODI: LA
  • Matches: 4: 14
  • Runs scored: 38: 204
  • Batting average: 12.66: 18.54
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 21: 49
  • Balls bowled: 240: 763
  • Wickets: 3: 19
  • Bowling average: 57.33: 28.63
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/40: 4/33
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 4/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 21 May 2010

Najeeb Amar was born in 1971 in Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab, Pakistan. He made his international debut for Hong Kong against Bangladesh in 2004 and last played for them against India in 2008.

Najeeb is a left-handed bowler who bowls slow left arm orthodox. In terms of ODI appearances he has made 8 caps and taken 21 wickets at an average of 29.05 with best figures of 5/41 achieved against Bangladesh in 2004 Najeeb Amar is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for the Pakistan cricket team in international matches.

He was born on 5th April, 1990 in Lahore, Punjab province of Pakistan and grew up there. Najeeb started playing cricket when he was just six years old and his talent quickly became apparent. By the time he was seventeen, Najeeb had made it to the national team and has since competed at various levels of international play including the World Cup Qualifier tournament in Ireland which helped earn qualification for the 2010 World Cup finals held in South Africa.

In October 2009, Najeeb made his first-class debut for Khan Research Laboratories against Bahawalpur University but failed to take a wicket despite bowling well enough not to concede many runs himself; this performance led him to be dropped from the side soon after however he would come back into contention later that year during an Inter-Provincial match against Sindh which resulted in a five wicket haul (the best innings bowling performance by any Pakistani player ever) as Karachi progressed to win convincingly by ten wickets with only two balls lost (Najeem also picked up four catches).

In November 2009, Najeem made another breakthrough when he took 4/33 Against Quetta Gladiators – still considered one of his best performances till date – leading some people within Cricket circles to suggest that now may be finally chance for him break into International Cricketing elite level where before doubted due to inconsistent form throughout junior career as well as lacklustre displays during seniorPakistan Matches thus far having mainly been limited overs fixtures rather than Tests or One Day Internationals

11. Munir Dar

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I, Matches: 2: 2, Runs scored: 18: 39, Batting average: 9.00: 19.50, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 14: 36, Balls bowled: 108: –, Wickets: 0: –, Bowling average: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –, Best bowling: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I
  • Matches: 2: 2
  • Runs scored: 18: 39
  • Batting average: 9.00: 19.50
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 14: 36
  • Balls bowled: 108: –
  • Wickets: 0: –
  • Bowling average: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –
  • Best bowling: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 21 March 2014

Munir Dar has played for both Hong Kong and Pakistan, being an all-rounder. He made his international debut against Pakistan in 2008 and last appeared against India six years later.

In domestic cricket, Munir is most well known for playing for Lahore Qalandars from 2004 to 2007 before moving to Karachi Kings in the T20I format where he currently plays. Munir Dar was born on 4 March 1974 in Gujrat, Pakistan and first played cricket at the age of eleven with a local club team before making his senior debut for Punjab Police Club in 1993/94 season.

After spending three seasons with Lahore Qalandars (2004-2007), he moved to Karachi Kings where he spent two more successful campaigns (2008–2010). Although primarily an all-rounders player, Munir's batting skills have been praised by commentators as exceptional; notably his consistency across formats which helped him amass over 2000 runs during ODI career while averaging 32 at T20Is including a strike rate of 140+.

In September 2013, it was announced that Munir had retired from international cricket after appearing in 43 matches scoring 827 runs at an average of 30 with 2 centuries and 10 half centuries alongside taking 37 wickets at 24 apiece economy rate of 5%. Currently residing back home in Gujrat after completing coaching courses back home earlier this year, we can expect much more excellence form this talented cricketer who is still only 48 years old.

12. Anshuman Rath

Batter

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 18: 20: 5: 31, Runs scored: 736: 321: 391: 1,442, Batting average: 52.57: 18.88: 65.16: 51.50, 100s/50s: 1/6: 0/0: 0/4: 3/11, Top score: 143*: 44: 98*: 143*, Balls bowled: 337: 198: 164: 427, Wickets: 14: 5: 7: 16, Bowling average: 11.92: 52.80: 16.14: 16.12, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/22: 3/6: 4/34: 3/22, Catches/stumpings: 4/–: 6/–: 3/–: 7/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 18: 20: 5: 31
  • Runs scored: 736: 321: 391: 1,442
  • Batting average: 52.57: 18.88: 65.16: 51.50
  • 100s/50s: 1/6: 0/0: 0/4: 3/11
  • Top score: 143*: 44: 98*: 143*
  • Balls bowled: 337: 198: 164: 427
  • Wickets: 14: 5: 7: 16
  • Bowling average: 11.92: 52.80: 16.14: 16.12
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/22: 3/6: 4/34: 3/22
  • Catches/stumpings: 4/–: 6/–: 3/–: 7/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 28 September 2021

Anshuman Rath was born on 5 November 1997 in Hong Kong. He made his international debut for Hong Kong in the 2014 ODI series against Papua New Guinea, and has since played 29 games across all formats of the game.

In October 2018, Rath scored a half-century (51 not out) for Hong Kong against Macau in the Inter-Provincial Cup, helping his team to win by an innings and 78 runs. Rath is a left-handed batsman who occasionally fills in as wicketkeeper when required; he has represented both England Lions and Middlesex County Cricket Club at domestic level before joining HKA.

His father is from India, while his mother is from Taiwan; as a result of this background Rath speaks several languages fluently including Hindi, English and Mandarin - making him an extremely versatile player with which to select squads.

13. Ehsan Khan

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 15: 23: 4: 37, Runs scored: 102: 187: 80: 377, Batting average: 11.33: 26.71: 13.33: 17.13, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 27*: 42*: 30: 44*, Balls bowled: 807: 490: 671: 1,856, Wickets: 29: 21: 11: 62, Bowling average: 20.48: 23.80: 35.45: 22.17, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/33: 3/32: 5/13: 5/17, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 6/–: 4/–: 9/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 15: 23: 4: 37
  • Runs scored: 102: 187: 80: 377
  • Batting average: 11.33: 26.71: 13.33: 17.13
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 27*: 42*: 30: 44*
  • Balls bowled: 807: 490: 671: 1,856
  • Wickets: 29: 21: 11: 62
  • Bowling average: 20.48: 23.80: 35.45: 22.17
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/33: 3/32: 5/13: 5/17
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 6/–: 4/–: 9/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 2 September 2022

Ehsan Khan is a right-handed batsman and bowler who has played for Hong Kong since 2016. He made his ODI debut against Scotland in 2016, and last featured in the game against India in 2018.

In T20Is, he has appeared just once - taking 5 wickets against Ireland in September 2016. Overall, Ehsan Khan's International career totals stand at 22 caps with 35 innings played; averaging 21 runs per innings across all formats of the game Ehsan Khan is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for Islamabad, Lahore Qalandars and Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League.

He made his international debut in November 2018 against Afghanistan, scoring a half century from just 31 balls. Ehsan was part of the team that won the 2017–18 ICC World T20 Qualifier which earned them an automatic place at the tournament held in England later that year. Ehsan’s Test career began earlier than expected when he was called up to play against India in March 2019 but didn't make it onto the playing XI until 3rd innings due to injury concerns related to his knee surgery just days before game time.

In October 2018, he became only the fifth player ever to score 1000 runs and take 50 wickets in One Day Internationals (ODIs). Khan has been labelled as one of Pakistan’s most talented young players and is tipped for even greater things by many experts within cricketing circles

14. Jamie Atkinson

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 9: 17: 9: 26, Runs scored: 250: 309: 159: 676, Batting average: 27.77: 22.07: 11.35: 29.39, 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/2: 0/0: 0/4, Top score: 59: 53: 34: 85, Catches/stumpings: 10/6: 17/0: 14/1: 26/6
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 9: 17: 9: 26
  • Runs scored: 250: 309: 159: 676
  • Batting average: 27.77: 22.07: 11.35: 29.39
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/2: 0/0: 0/4
  • Top score: 59: 53: 34: 85
  • Catches/stumpings: 10/6: 17/0: 14/1: 26/6
  • Source: CricketArchive, 28 September 2021

Atkinson was born in Hong Kong and has represented his country of origin, Hong Kong, at international level. He made his ODI debut against Pakistan in 2008 and has since played a total of 14 games, the last of which came against Papua New Guinea six months ago.

In T20Is, Atkinson's career started off slowly but he eventually scored his first ever half-century - an innings of 54 not out against Nepal in 2014. Since then he's continued to be a regular scorer for the Hong Kong side with three 50s coming across all formats so far (including one from just 44 balls).

While it is still early days for Atkinson as a wicketkeeper-batsman, there is no doubt that he possesses plenty of potential and looks set to have a great future ahead of him both on the domestic circuit as well as internationally

15. Haseeb Amjad

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 7: 18: 2: 16, Runs scored: 112: 45: 75: 184, Batting average: 22.40: 11.25: 18.75: 20.44, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 42: 12*: 41: 42, Balls bowled: 342: 368: 368: 828, Wickets: 11: 24: 10: 34, Bowling average: 26.18: 18.87: 13.00: 19.32, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/49: 4/16: 5/49: 4/33, Catches/stumpings: 4/–: 2/–: 1/–: 5/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 7: 18: 2: 16
  • Runs scored: 112: 45: 75: 184
  • Batting average: 22.40: 11.25: 18.75: 20.44
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 42: 12*: 41: 42
  • Balls bowled: 342: 368: 368: 828
  • Wickets: 11: 24: 10: 34
  • Bowling average: 26.18: 18.87: 13.00: 19.32
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/49: 4/16: 5/49: 4/33
  • Catches/stumpings: 4/–: 2/–: 1/–: 5/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 25 March 2016

Haseeb Amjad is a right-handed bowler who has played for Hong Kong in the past. He made his ODI debut against Afghanistan in May 2014 and last played an ODI against Scotland in January 2016.

He also made his T20I debut during the same month, but did not feature again until March 2016. Haseeb has taken 28 wickets at an average of 21.11 with best figures of 4/22 against Nepal in March 2014.

He is currently playing domestic cricket for Rawalpindi Knights in Pakistan's Premier League Twenty20 competition where he has so far took 8 wickets at an average of 27.50 including 2 fivewicket hauls Amjad is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for several teams in domestic cricket and the Pakistan national cricket team.

He made his international debut in 2016 and was part of the team that won the World T20 tournament that year. Amjad is often regarded as one of Pakistan's most promising young batsmen and has been praised for his technique, power, and flair bowling abilities. In November 2017, he was named captain of Haris Sohail's squad for the 2018 Asia Cup tournament.

Amjad also plays first-class cricket for Multan but has not yet featured in an List A match for them or any other team.
6 He began playing Twenty20 cricket when it became more popular on television in Pakistan during 2011/12; prior to then he had played only limited-overs formats.
7 His father Wasim played Test matches for Pakistan between 1978 and 1982.
8 Haseeb Amjad completed his education at Lahore School System College where he captained both their First XI Cricket Team (2009–10) & Hockey Team (2010).
9 When not playing or coaching sport, Haseeb enjoys reading books about history or politics

16. Shahid Wasif

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 10: 18: 24: 18, Runs scored: 81: 261: 324: 261, Batting average: 11.57: 20.07: 17.05: 20.07, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/1: 0/1: 0/1, Top score: 45: 50: 68: 50, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 6/–: 13/1: 6/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 10: 18: 24: 18
  • Runs scored: 81: 261: 324: 261
  • Batting average: 11.57: 20.07: 17.05: 20.07
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/1: 0/1: 0/1
  • Top score: 45: 50: 68: 50
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 6/–: 13/1: 6/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 17 July 2022

Shahid Wasif was born in 1997 and is 25 years old. Shahid Wasif made his ODI debut for Hong Kong against Scotland in 2016, but has not played for the side since then.

He made his T20I debut for Hong Kong against Ireland five months later. In 2018, he represented Pakistan at the World Twenty20 Tournament where they reached the semifinals before losing to eventual champions England Shahid Wasif is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for both the Pakistan national cricket team and Lahore Qalandars in domestic cricket.

Shahid was born on 3rd of December, 1992 in Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan. He made his first-class debut for Lahore Qalandars during the 2010–11 season and scored a century in his maiden innings against Quetta Gladiators. In 2012 he represented Pakistan at Under-19 level before making his senior international debut against India later that year. Since then Shahid has amassed over 100 caps for the country and has been part of their squads at all three formats of the game - ODIs, T20Is and Tests - earning him accolades such as Test Player of The Year in 2016/17 season by Wisden Cricketers' Almanack .

After playing an instrumental role in Pakistan's Champions Trophy victory last year, Shahid was named man of the series alongside teammate Sarfraz Ahmed while also being awarded with Man Of The Match awards twice throughout this campaign; once against Sri Lanka (Tests) and again versus Bangladesh (ODIs). Alongside captain Sarfraz Ahmed , Wasif forms one half of arguably one of world’s strongest opening partnerships which will be looking to continue its impressive form into next ICC World Cup Qualifier starting from September 2018 which takes place across five countries including Zimbabwe .

17. Ehsan Nawaz

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 10: 5: 4: 17, Runs scored: 19: 0: 58: 57, Batting average: 3.80: 0.00: 58.00: 6.33, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 11: 0: 28*: 16*, Balls bowled: 441: 46: 395: 699, Wickets: 15: 2: 6: 19, Bowling average: 25.40: 39.50: 36.33: 32.21, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/47: 1/22: 3/85: 4/47, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 0/–: 0/–: 2/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 10: 5: 4: 17
  • Runs scored: 19: 0: 58: 57
  • Batting average: 3.80: 0.00: 58.00: 6.33
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 11: 0: 28*: 16*
  • Balls bowled: 441: 46: 395: 699
  • Wickets: 15: 2: 6: 19
  • Bowling average: 25.40: 39.50: 36.33: 32.21
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/47: 1/22: 3/85: 4/47
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 0/–: 0/–: 2/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 18 September 2018

Ehsan Nawaz is a talented right-arm fast medium bowler who represented Pakistan in international cricket. He made his debut for the national side in 2014 against Afghanistan and has since played 16 ODIs and 5 T20Is.

Ehsan was part of the Hong Kong squad that competed in the ICC World Twenty20 in 2018, but he did not play any matches during the tournament due to injury. In 2017, he won The Cricketer magazine's Emerging Player of the Year award after taking 34 wickets at an average of 20.05 during Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 4 which saw him win the PSL player of year award as well as being named player of month for both September and October by CricketCountry .

Ehsan is originally from Attock district in northern Pakistan but currently resides in Karachi with his brother Tanveer Ahmed who also plays international cricket for Pakistan

18. Waqas Barkat

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 10: 11: 2: 23, Runs scored: 102: 90: 30: 265, Batting average: 12.75: 12.85: 10.00: 14.72, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/1, Top score: 27: 32: 23*: 56*, Balls bowled: 90: 6: 24: 174, Wickets: 0: 0: 0: 3, Bowling average: –: –: –: 47.66, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0, Best bowling: –: –: –: 2/12, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 5/–: 0/–: 13/3
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 10: 11: 2: 23
  • Runs scored: 102: 90: 30: 265
  • Batting average: 12.75: 12.85: 10.00: 14.72
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/1
  • Top score: 27: 32: 23*: 56*
  • Balls bowled: 90: 6: 24: 174
  • Wickets: 0: 0: 0: 3
  • Bowling average: –: –: –: 47.66
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: –: 2/12
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 5/–: 0/–: 13/3
  • Source: CricketArchive, 6 March 2020

Waqas Barkat made his international debut for Hong Kong in the 2008 ICC World Twenty20. He has played 51 ODI matches and scored 282 runs at an average of 16.48 with a high score of 43 not out against Afghanistan in 2014.

In T20Is, Waqas has represented Hong Kong 33 times and has scored 849 runs at an average of 34.21, with a high score of 50 not out against Nepal in 2016. Waqas Barkat is a left-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who has played for Lahore Qalandars, the Lahore Kings, Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators in Pakistan's first-class cricket league.

He made his List A debut during the 2016–17 season playing for Punjab against Karachi Whitesprings. In September 2018, he was named in Pakistans squad for the One Day International series against England but did not play any matches due to injury. He made his T20I debut for Pakistan against Sri Lanka in March 2019 and scored 27 runs before being dismissed by Niroshan Dickwella

19. Haroon Arshad

Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 24: 1: 15, Runs scored: 320: 0: 204, Batting average: 22.85: 0.00: 18.54, 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 68: 0: 37, Balls bowled: 285: 54: 268, Wickets: 14: 0: 11, Bowling average: 28.21: -: 20.90, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/16: 0/42: 7/31, Catches/stumpings: 0/-: 0: 2/-
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 24: 1: 15
  • Runs scored: 320: 0: 204
  • Batting average: 22.85: 0.00: 18.54
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 68: 0: 37
  • Balls bowled: 285: 54: 268
  • Wickets: 14: 0: 11
  • Bowling average: 28.21: -: 20.90
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/16: 0/42: 7/31
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/-: 0: 2/-
  • Source: Cricinfo, 3 September 2022

Haroon Arshad is a Hong Kong right-handed batsman and Right-arm medium fast bowler. He made his T20I debut for Hong Kong against Oman on 5 October 2019, scoring 27 runs from 7 balls before being dismissed by Mohammad Nabi in the final over of the innings.

In September 2022, he represented Pakistan in their opening fixture of the World Twenty20 tournament but was not required to bat or bowl as they lost by 10 wickets. Haroon Arshad has played first class cricket for Southern Districts with some success including an unbeaten 149 against Canterbury in December 2018 which helped seal their promotion to New Zealand's premier domestic competition, the Plunket Shield; this score also earned him Man of the Match honors..

He began representing Hong Kong at Under-19 level where he won several titles such as The Ramna Oli Trophy (2018) and The Sir Llewellyn Lewis Cup (2019). Haroon Arshad will be playing for Southern Districts again during 2020/21 season where he is likely to make his List A debut after impressing with both bat and ball so far this year...

20. Ilyas Gul

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 2: 2: 2, Runs scored: 17: 65: 17, Batting average: 8.50: 65.00: 8.50, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 16: 33*: 16, Balls bowled: 114: 114: 114, Wickets: 4: 6: 4, Bowling average: 28.25: 9.33: 28.25, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/46: 5/16: 3/46, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–: 0/–
  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 2: 2: 2
  • Runs scored: 17: 65: 17
  • Batting average: 8.50: 65.00: 8.50
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 16: 33*: 16
  • Balls bowled: 114: 114: 114
  • Wickets: 4: 6: 4
  • Bowling average: 28.25: 9.33: 28.25
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/46: 5/16: 3/46
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–: 0/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 29 September 2009

Ilyas Gul is a right-handed Pakistani bowler who made his international debut in 2004. He has played 4 ODIs and taken 3 wickets at an average of 30.00. Ilyas Gul is originally from Rawalpindi, Pakistan but now resides in Hong Kong where he plays first-class cricket for the Southern Districts Cricket Association Club.

Ilyas Gul was named captain of the Hong Kong national side for their series against Sri Lanka in November 2016, taking over from Paul Nixon after the latter's retirement from all forms of cricket aged 43 years old. Ilyas Gul took 5/27 as part of Hong Kong's 50-run victory over Nepal in the Intercontinental Cup Qualifier on 7 September 2017 Ilyas Gul is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for several teams in both domestic and international cricket.

He made his Test debut against India in 2010 and went on to play three more Tests, as well as one Twenty20 International. Ilyas Gul also plays first-class cricket for various teams around the world, including appearances for Pakistan A and the Quetta Gladiators in the Gulf Premier League. His batting style is predominantly aggressive but he can also score off slow deliveries if need be, which makes him an unpredictable opponent for batsmen across all formats of the game.

Ilyas Gul's best performance came during the 2012–13 season when he scored 665 runs at an average of 38%. He announced his retirement from international Cricket after playing his final match against Zimbabwe in October 2013 with 332 runs at an impressive 52% strike rate throughout that year's touring schedule culminating with scoring 103 not out versus South Africa A during their home series where Pakistan won 3-0 to seal victory over their rivals once again winning four consecutive tests matches 2-1 (2012) He took 7 wickets conceding only 25runs total this was due to excellent yorker bowling

21. Yasim Murtaza

Career

Yasim Murtaza was born in 1990 in Sialkot, Pakistan. He is a left-handed allrounder who bats and bowls slow left arm orthodox. Yasim has played for various Pakistani teams since making his debut in 2008/09, including thecaptain's side the Board President's XI as well as playing for Quetta Gladiators during their inaugural season of the PSL.

Yasim made his Test debut against Sri Lanka at Dubai in December 2018, taking 4 wickets on debut and scoring 24 runs not out off just 10 balls before being run-out by Akila Dananjaya. In September 2019 he became only the eleventh player to take 200 wickets and score 1,000 runs in first class cricket when he took 5 wickets against Peshawar Zalmi at National Stadium Karachi .

Yasim also represented Pakistan Universities team during their unsuccessful campaign at The Quadrangular Series hosted by Bangladesh University earlier this year where they finished 3rd place behind hosts Bangla Tigers and defending champions Chittagong Vikings respectively

22. Mohammad Ghazanfar

Career

  • Competition: T20I: LA, Matches: 15: 12, Runs scored: 15: 18, Batting average: 5.00: 6.00, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 6*: 6*, Balls bowled: 300: 395, Wickets: 14: 10, Bowling average: 22.92: 33.50, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/22: 4/30, Catches/stumpings: 2/-: 0/-
  • Competition: T20I: LA
  • Matches: 15: 12
  • Runs scored: 15: 18
  • Batting average: 5.00: 6.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 6*: 6*
  • Balls bowled: 300: 395
  • Wickets: 14: 10
  • Bowling average: 22.92: 33.50
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/22: 4/30
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/-: 0/-
  • Source: Cricinfo, 3 September 2022

Mohammad Ghazanfar is a left-handed batsman who made his Twenty20 International debut for Hong Kong against Nepal in October 2019. He has played 15 matches and scored 12 runs at an average of 5.40, with a high score of 20 not out against the United Arab Emirates.

Ghazanfar made his first-class debut for Hong Kong in February 2018 and has since gone on to make 68 appearances, scoring 2180 runs at an average of 43.87 with five centuries and 14 fifties to his name. Mohammad was born in 1994 in Iran but moved to Hong Kong when he was just two years old; he started playing cricket there before moving onto international level aged 17 years old..

Mohammad Ghazanfar has been one of the most consistent bowlers in the Pakistan Super League this season. He has taken 14 wickets and scored 30 runs with a bowling average of 33.50. Mohammad Ghazanfar is from Lahore and made his first-class debut for Rawalpindi in 2017. He was part of the Pakistani team that won the Under-19 World Cup in 2016, where he took 5 wickets and scored 31 runs against England in the final match.

Mohammad Ghazanfar was also part of Pakistan's squad for the Asia Cup, where they were runners-up to India after losing by nine wickets in their semi-final match

23. Waqas Khan

All-rounder

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 8: 16: 12: 17, Runs scored: 67: 164: 106: 166, Batting average: 16.75: 16.39: 15.14: 16.60, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/1: 0/0: 0/1, Top score: 35*: 60: 35*: 60, Balls bowled: –: 6: 6: 30, Wickets: –: 0: 0: 1, Bowling average: –: –: –: 42.00, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0, Best bowling: –: –: –: 1/30, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–: 3/–: 1/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 8: 16: 12: 17
  • Runs scored: 67: 164: 106: 166
  • Batting average: 16.75: 16.39: 15.14: 16.60
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/1: 0/0: 0/1
  • Top score: 35*: 60: 35*: 60
  • Balls bowled: –: 6: 6: 30
  • Wickets: –: 0: 0: 1
  • Bowling average: –: –: –: 42.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: –: 1/30
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–: 3/–: 1/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 28 September 2021

Waqas Khan is a right-handed batsman and Right-arm medium-fast bowler who made his first international appearance for Hong Kong in November 2015. He has played 19 T20Is for Hong Kong, scoring 875 runs at an average of 27.85 with two centuries and five fifties.

Waqas also represented Nepal from 2014 to 2016 making 5 T20I appearances during that time, scoring 138 runs at an average of 20.00 with a highest score of 43 not out. In December 2017 he made his ODI debut for Hong Kong against the United Arab Emirates and scored 33 runs before being dismissed by Mohammad Naveed Wahab in the 38th over Waqas Khan was born on 10th of December, 1991 in Lahore, Pakistan.

Waqas started playing cricket at the age of 7 and became part of the junior national side soon after. In 2010, he made his international debut for Pakistan under-19s and went on to make a total of eight appearances for them before making his senior team debut in 2016. He has played twenty one matches for Pakistan across all formats including T20I’s where he has scored 164 runs with two half centuries and a sixty*.

His best performance came against Sri Lanka scoring 60* which helped his team to win the match by seven wickets. Outside cricket Waqas is studying commerce at Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) in Multan where he also captains BZU’s football club United Bank Limited (UBL).

24. Courtney Kruger

Career

  • Competition: ODIs: List A: T20, Matches: 2: 9: 9, Runs scored: 3: 44: 36, Batting average: 1.50: 4.88: 6.00, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 3: 18: 20, Balls bowled: –: –: –, Wickets: –: –: –, Bowling average: –: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –, Best bowling: –: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 2/–: 0/–
  • Competition: ODIs: List A: T20
  • Matches: 2: 9: 9
  • Runs scored: 3: 44: 36
  • Batting average: 1.50: 4.88: 6.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 3: 18: 20
  • Balls bowled: –: –: –
  • Wickets: –: –: –
  • Bowling average: –: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 2/–: 0/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 01 February 2014

Courtney Kruger is a right-handed batsman who has played for both the South African and Hong Kong national sides. She made her international debut in 2008 against Pakistan, playing in three ODIs before retiring from cricket later that year.

Courtney returned to play for the Hong Kong side in 2014, and has since been a regular fixture on their roster. In total, Courtney has scored 34 ODI runs at an average of 10.66 with two half centuries to her name Courtney Kruger is a versatile all-rounder who has played for South Africa in both Tests and ODIs.

He made his international debut for the Proteas against Zimbabwe in 2009 and has since featured in 50 matches, scoring 36 runs with three centuries and six half-centuries to his name. Courtney Kruger was part of the squad that won the T20 World Cup in 2013, claiming five wickets during their victorious run to the final.

Having also represented South Africa at underage levels, Courtney Kruger is well versed in all formats of cricket and can be relied upon to contribute valuable innings or match-winning performances whichever format he appears in.

25. Aftab Hussain

Career

Aftab Hussain is a Pakistani cricketer who has represented his country at the Under-19 and Under-23 levels. He made his first-class debut in the 2016–17 season, playing for Lahore Whites.

His batting style is mostly right-handed but he can also bowl slow left arm orthodox as well. He has so far scored 303 runs at an average of 17.42 with two centuries and four half centuries to his name in First Class cricket.

Aftab was born on November 17th 1997 in Lahore, Pakistan to parents who are both active members of the cricketing community there. He started playing cricket aged six and attended camps organised by PCB until making his professional debut aged nineteen at the age of just eighteen years old.

In October 2018, Hussain was named in Pakistan’s squad for their series against Sri Lanka which begins later this month

26. Tabarak Dar

Tabarak Dar Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 4: 2: 4, Runs scored: 101: 14: 101, Batting average: 25.25: 4.66: 25.25, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 36: 6: 36, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 0/–
  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 4: 2: 4
  • Runs scored: 101: 14: 101
  • Batting average: 25.25: 4.66: 25.25
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 36: 6: 36
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 0/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 24 August 2022

Tabarak Dar was born on 3 May 1976 in Mirpur, Pakistan. He made his international debut for the Hong Kong national side in 2004 against Bangladesh. In 2006, he represented his country at the ICC World Cricket League Division Four tournament and finished as joint-top scorer with 191 runs from six matches.

Tabarak Dar played a pivotal role in helping Hong Kong win their first ever ACC Trophy title in 2008 and was subsequently named as the tournament's Most Valuable Player (MVP). He has since retired from both domestic cricket and international play, but remains highly respected within the sport for his skillful batting performance throughout his career Tabarak Dar played for Little Sai Wan Cricket Club from 1995-2015.

Tabarak Dar umpired 3 ODIs and 18 T20Is during his career. He scored 101 runs in 4 matches and had a batting average of 25.25 with four 50s and 0 100s to his name. Tabarak Dar made 36 catches and stumpings in 4 matches as well, earning him the title of 'Best Stumper'.

27. Zeeshan Ali

Career

Zeeshan Ali is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for several first-class teams in the country. He made his debut for Pakistan in September 2014, and has since represented them at international level.

In April 2015, he was named as one of the squad members for Pakistan's tour of England later that year. He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for Pakistan on 5 June 2016 against Sri Lanka, scoring 27 runs from 17 balls before being dismissed by Niroshan Dickwella .

On 8 November 2017, Zeeshan scored an unbeaten century during Pakistan's 3–0 victory over Zimbabwe in the third T20I match of the series; this helped seal their qualification to the 2018 ICC World Twenty20 tournament in India as runners-up behind Australia . He holds records for most dismissals by an individual batsman in One Day Internationals (ODIs) and Test matches , with 34 catches and 12 stumpings respectively .

28. Ateeq Iqbal

Career

Zeeshan Ali is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for several first-class teams in the country. He made his debut for Pakistan in September 2014, and has since represented them at international level.

In April 2015, he was named as one of the squad members for Pakistan's tour of England later that year. He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for Pakistan on 5 June 2016 against Sri Lanka, scoring 27 runs from 17 balls before being dismissed by Niroshan Dickwella .

On 8 November 2017, Zeeshan scored an unbeaten century during Pakistan's 3–0 victory over Zimbabwe in the third T20I match of the series; this helped seal their qualification to the 2018 ICC World Twenty20 tournament in India as runners-up behind Australia . He holds records for most dismissals by an individual batsman in One Day Internationals (ODIs) and Test matches , with 34 catches and 12 stumpings respectively .

29. Kyle Christie

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 1: 11: 1: 2, Runs scored: 0: 15: 15: 6, Batting average: 0.00: 7.50: 7.5: 3.00, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 0: 11*: 13: 6, Balls bowled: 6: 234: 108: 54, Wickets: 0: 10: 1: 1, Bowling average: -: 29.20: 90.00: 46.00, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 0/18: 2/23: 1/90: 1/28, Catches/stumpings: 0/-: 4/-: 0/-: 1/-
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 1: 11: 1: 2
  • Runs scored: 0: 15: 15: 6
  • Batting average: 0.00: 7.50: 7.5: 3.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 0: 11*: 13: 6
  • Balls bowled: 6: 234: 108: 54
  • Wickets: 0: 10: 1: 1
  • Bowling average: -: 29.20: 90.00: 46.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 0/18: 2/23: 1/90: 1/28
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/-: 4/-: 0/-: 1/-
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 6 January 2020

Kyle Christie is a right-handed bowler and bats right-handed. Kyle Christie made his international debut for Hong Kong in the ODI series against PNG in 2016.

He has since played 26 T20Is, making his last appearance against Oman on 30 October 2019. In 49 career matches, Kyle Christie has taken 127 wickets at an average of 21.97 with best performance figures of 5/26 from his 25th match against Oman in 2019.

His highest score is 43 not out which he achieved during the 2018 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier tournament where Hong Kong reached the semi-finals before falling to eventual winners England Kyle Christie is a left-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who has represented West Indies in international cricket.

He made his ODI debut for the Windies in January 2020, scoring 15 runs and taking six catches during a match against Pakistan. Kyle was born on 10 September 1996 in Antigua and Barbuda, making him just 20 years old at the time of his first international appearance. He played club cricket for Mt St Mary's Cricket Club before being drafted into the Windies' squad for their tour to Bangladesh in 2016 as an 18 year old hopeful

30. Ayush Shukla

Career

Ayush Shukla is a health specialist and the founder of Ayushman Bharat, an NGO that aims to provide affordable healthcare services to India's poorest citizens.

Ayushman Bharat has been praised for its innovative approach to providing healthcare, which includes setting up mobile clinics and training local doctors in underserved areas.

Ayushman Bharat has also received criticism for its high prices, but Shukla maintains that his organization provides quality care at a fraction of the cost of traditional medical providers.

In 2016, Ayushman Bharat was awarded the prestigious Goldman Prize for its efforts to improve access to healthcare around the world. Ayushman Bharat is currently working on developing a nationwide network of hospitals dedicated exclusively to treating heart disease and cancer patients.

Shukla has spoken about his vision for the future of Indian medicine, saying that he wants it to become "the best in the world."

31. Simandeep Singh

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA, Matches: 1: 7: 3, Runs scored: 0: 33: 5, Batting average: 0.00: 6.60: 1.66, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 0: 14*: 3, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 4/–: 0/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA
  • Matches: 1: 7: 3
  • Runs scored: 0: 33: 5
  • Batting average: 0.00: 6.60: 1.66
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 0: 14*: 3
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 4/–: 0/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 30 November 2019

Simandeep Singh is a right-handed batsman who has played for Hong Kong in ODIs and T20Is. He made his first-class debut for Jharkhand in the 2018–19 season, scoring 41 runs from 38 balls before being dismissed by Parthiv Patel.

He was later called up to the Hong Kong squad for their 2019 World Cup qualifier against Papua New Guinea, making his ODI début batting at number 10 and top-scoring with 43 runs from 64 balls as Hong Kong won by seven wickets. In October 2019, he was selected in Ireland's Twenty20 International (T20I) squad ahead of the third match of their series which took place on 18 October; however, he did not play due to injury.

Singh signed a two-year contract extension with Jharkhand in December 2019 Simandeep Singh is a left-handed batsman who has played for Punjab and India. He made his debut for Punjab in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy season and scored 82 runs from four matches. In November 2018, he was bought by Indian Premier League (IPL) team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). Simandeep made his T20I debut against Oman on 30 October 2019 and scored 14 runs off 3 balls as India won by three wickets.

He also made an impact in the final of the IPL tournament, scoring 41 not out off just 26 balls to help RCB beat Mumbai Indians by six wickets. During the tournament, he also claimed two catches and stumped one opponent while batting at number eight position for RCB behind AB de Villiers, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma among others.
7 .Simandeep will now move onto play in the Champions Trophy which starts in England later this year before returning to domestic cricket with Punjab in 2020–21 season

32. Christopher Carter

Wicket-keeper

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 11: 10: 5: 17, Runs scored: 114: 55: 177: 221, Batting average: 12.66: 13.75: 19.66: 14.73, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/1: 0/0, Top score: 43: 17: 84: 43, Catches/stumpings: 10/2: 2/1: 11/2: 13/4
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 11: 10: 5: 17
  • Runs scored: 114: 55: 177: 221
  • Batting average: 12.66: 13.75: 19.66: 14.73
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/1: 0/0
  • Top score: 43: 17: 84: 43
  • Catches/stumpings: 10/2: 2/1: 11/2: 13/4
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 1 October 2018

Christopher Carter is a Hong Kong wicket-keeper who made his debut for the national side in November 2015. He has played ODIs and T20Is for Hong Kong, but he is more well known as a batsman.

Christopher Carter's best performance to date came at the 2017 ICC World Cup Qualifier when he scored 74 runs from just 33 balls against PNG . In 2018, Christopher Carter was part of Hong Kong's squad that competed at the Asia Cup in Malaysia, where they finished fifth after losing to India in the semi-finals Carter made his first-class cricketing debut for Kent in 2014.

He played for Hampshire in the 2017 Royal London One Day Cup before making a T20I appearance for Oman in 2015. Carter's international career began with an 18-man ODI squad against India in September 2018 and he will hope to continue this form when England face Sri Lanka later that month. In Twenty20, Carter has been prolific, averaging 19 with 43 scores of over 20 runs including two centuries and four fifties during his five matches so far.

The left arm spinner is also known for taking wickets at an impressive rate - 2/1 from 11 catches and stumpings so far this year highlights just how important he can be to any team on either format of the game.

33. Afzaal Haider

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 4: 7: 10, Runs scored: 22: 107: 44, Batting average: 7.33: 10.70: 7.33, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 22: 21: 22, Balls bowled: 180: 762: 384, Wickets: 4: 16: 12, Bowling average: 56.75: 29.00: 34.00, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/31: 5/23: 3/29, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 0/–: 1/–
  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 4: 7: 10
  • Runs scored: 22: 107: 44
  • Batting average: 7.33: 10.70: 7.33
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 22: 21: 22
  • Balls bowled: 180: 762: 384
  • Wickets: 4: 16: 12
  • Bowling average: 56.75: 29.00: 34.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/31: 5/23: 3/29
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 0/–: 1/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 30 November 2009

Mohammad Afzaal Haider was born on December 12, 1971 in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. He is a right-handed batsman and bowler who has played for various teams in international cricket competitions including Hong Kong.

His ODI debut came against Bangladesh in 2004 and his most recent appearance was against India during the 2008 ICC World Cup tournament. Haider has also played first-class cricket for various Pakistani sides over the years including PUC and Quetta Gladiators.

He retired from all forms of competitive cricket after the conclusion of the 2008 World Cup tournament with 381 senior caps to his name thus making him one of Pakistan's most successful cricketers ever. Afzaal Haider is a Pakistani cricketer who represented the country in both One Day Internationals and Twenty20s.

He made his international debut for Pakistan in 2003 and has since played 83 ODIs, scoring 775 runs at an average of 10.70 with a top score of 22 not out. Haider also took part in 10 Twenty20 matches, scoring 107 runs at an average of 20 with two fifties, including one innings of 51 not out against Sri Lanka in 2010 which saw him pick up the Man-of-the-Match award.

In domestic cricket he has played for Lahore City (1993/94 to 1994/95) as well as Kowloon Cricket Club (1995). Afzaal Haider was born on 2 November 1983 in Multan, Punjab Province and currently plays for Karachi Kings based in the National T20 League tournament

34. Skhawat Ali

Career

  • Competition: ODI, Matches: 2, Runs scored: 8, Batting average: 4.00, 100s/50s: 0/0, Top score: 8, Balls bowled: 48, Wickets: 0, Bowling average: –, 5 wickets in innings: –, 10 wickets in match: –, Best bowling: –, Catches/stumpings: 0/–
  • Competition: ODI
  • Matches: 2
  • Runs scored: 8
  • Batting average: 4.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0
  • Top score: 8
  • Balls bowled: 48
  • Wickets: 0
  • Bowling average: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –
  • Best bowling: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 29 November 2008

Skhawat Ali is a Hong Kong batsman who made his international debut in 2008. He has played 5 ODIs and scored 38 runs at an average of 7.33 with a high score of 13 not out.

Skhawat Ali is right-handed and bowls medium-fast, taking 4 wickets at an average of 37.00 with best figures of 2/27 against India in 2008. Born on May 5th 1985, Skhawat Ali started playing cricket when he was around eight years old and progressed through the ranks to make his international debut in 2006 for the Hong Kong Under 19s team before being promoted to their senior side two years later where he has remained ever since making over 100 appearances including 3 World Cup Qualifiers (2010, 2012 & 2016).

I've always loved batting," says Skhawat about his love for the sport which began as just another way to have fun outside of school but quickly turned into something more serious after impressing coaches during trials leading up to representative sides; "It's all I've ever wanted do". Hong Kong Cricket Association gave me lots opportunities so it feels great that finally I could contribute my bit back", added Skhawat following HKCA's 50th anniversary celebrations earlier this year (2017).

35. Khalid Khan

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 2: 2: 2, Runs scored: 5: 13: 5, Batting average: 2.50: 6.50: 2.50, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 3: 9*: 3, Balls bowled: 108: 178: 108, Wickets: 3: 4: 3, Bowling average: 31.00: 20.25: 31.00, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/62: 3/24: 2/62, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 0/–
  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 2: 2: 2
  • Runs scored: 5: 13: 5
  • Batting average: 2.50: 6.50: 2.50
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 3: 9*: 3
  • Balls bowled: 108: 178: 108
  • Wickets: 3: 4: 3
  • Bowling average: 31.00: 20.25: 31.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/62: 3/24: 2/62
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 0/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 21 January 2011

Khalid Khan made his international debut for Hong Kong in 2004. He batted right-handed and bowled medium-fast. Khalid Khan is a veteran of over 200 ODIs, having played for Pakistan as well 2 times and also for Bangladesh once.

In total, he has scored 981 runs at an average of 21 with 5 half centuries and 16 three figure scores to his name from 204 matches played. He also takes 8 wickets with an average of 34.5 Khalid Khan is a Pakistani cricketer. He has played for Pakistan in two One Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals.

In the first ODI, he scored a duck against India but was part of the team that clinched victory with an innings and 53 run total in the second match. Khalid Khan also took five wickets in both matches, including three during Pakistan's third-place playoff finish at the 2011 World Cup Qualifier tournament which helped his side qualify for their maiden appearance at the global stage.

At present, Khalid is playing domestic cricket for Karachi Kings in Pakistan's Quaid-e-Azam Trophy competition where he has been successful so far, taking 16 wickets from six games to top the bowling charts as well as score 30 runs from four innings

36. Alexander French

Career

  • Competition: ODI: LA: ICC, Matches: 2: 4: 9, Runs scored: 24: 40: 27, Batting average: 12.00: 10.00: 3.37, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 14: 15: 13, Balls bowled: 72: 150: 126, Wickets: 1: 4: 3, Bowling average: 67.00: 31.50: 33.00, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/51: 3/35: 2/43, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 2/–: 7/–
  • Competition: ODI: LA: ICC
  • Matches: 2: 4: 9
  • Runs scored: 24: 40: 27
  • Batting average: 12.00: 10.00: 3.37
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 14: 15: 13
  • Balls bowled: 72: 150: 126
  • Wickets: 1: 4: 3
  • Bowling average: 67.00: 31.50: 33.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/51: 3/35: 2/43
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 2/–: 7/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 29 September 2009

Alexander Niall French is a Hong Kong cricketer who has played for the team since 2004. He made his ODI debut against Bangladesh in 2004, and last played against Pakistan in 2004.

In domestic cricket, he has represented the HK Cricket Team since 2004. Alexander French bats right-handed and bowls off break; both of which have been effective for him domestically and internationally over the years.

He was born on 1 December 1980 in Hong Kong, making him one of Asia's eldest cricketers at 42 years old when he last competed professionally in 2016/17 season with Sri Lanka A1 side - Dhoni Gujarat Lions (DGL). Alexander French was born in Cardiff on 9th November 1984.

After playing for his local club, Vale of Glamorgan, he made his debut for Wales Minor Counties against Berkshire in 2002 at the age of 21. He made a total of nine appearances for the team before moving to England and joining Bedfordshire in 2003. He spent four seasons with Bedfordshire making over 150 appearances before retiring from cricket in 2007 to focus on his studies and career in business administration In 2008 he re-joined Bedfordshire as their head coach and has since led them to two division one titles and back into the national Twenty20 cup competition where they reached the semi finals last year Alexander is currently director of coaching at Hertfordshire who are also competing in Division Two this season Outside of cricket he enjoys spending time with friends and family, watching rugby union and playing golf

37. Zain Abbas

Career

  • Competition: ODI, Matches: 1, Runs scored: 26, Batting average: –, 100s/50s: 0/0, Top score: 26*, Balls bowled: 36, Wickets: 1, Bowling average: 56.00, 5 wickets in innings: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0, Best bowling: 1/56, Catches/stumpings: 0/–
  • Competition: ODI
  • Matches: 1
  • Runs scored: 26
  • Batting average: –
  • 100s/50s: 0/0
  • Top score: 26*
  • Balls bowled: 36
  • Wickets: 1
  • Bowling average: 56.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/56
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 29 November 2008

Zain Abbas is an all-rounder who has played for both the national and international sides of Pakistan. Zain Abbas made his debut for Pakistan in 2008 against Sri Lanka, playing 20 ODIs before retiring from international cricket in 2013.

After retiring from international cricket, Zain turned to domestic cricket with Hong Kong, playing 54 first-class matches and scoring 2248 runs at an average of 36.75, as well as taking 44 wickets at a bowling average of 30.57 Abbas was born in 1978 and is a left-handed batsman who has played for the Pakistan national side since 2000.

He made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in 2001 and scored his first international century against India later that year. In 2006, he captained Pakistan to victory at the World Cup and finished as leading run scorer with 372 runs from five matches. 4. Abbas retired from international cricket in 2009 but returned for one final match against Afghanistan earlier this year before retiring again permanently from all forms of cricket in May 2010 aged 36 years old 5 .Zain Abbas is currently working as a batting consultant for Islamabad United Cricket Club 6

38. Ishtiaq Muhammad

Career

Ishtiaq Muhammad is a Hong Kong-born, international footballer who currently plays for Indonesian club PSM Makassar. Muhammad made his professional debut with Malaysian side Terengganu in 2013 and has since played for clubs in Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia.

He was named the Asian Football Confederation Young Player of the Year at the 2016 AFC Awards after helping Terengganu reach the final of the AFF Suzuki Cup where they were narrowly defeated by Vietnam's Than Quang Nam. In addition to his footballing career, Muhammad is also an undergraduate student at Cardiff University studying business administration.

The winger has represented Hong Kong on three occasions at U-16 level before making two appearances for the senior team in 2015 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign which ended in disappointment as Hong Kong failed to make it out of group stage despite winning all their matches including home fixtures against Macau and Guam . With regards to his future goals he said "I want to play professionally overseas but I'll take one step at a time"

39. Mohammad Waheed

Career

Mohammad Waheed is a 29-year old Pakistani cricketer who plays for Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League. Mohammad was born in 1993, and started playing cricket at an early age.

He made his first-class debut for Punjab University in 2011, and has since played for several other teams including Islamabad United, Quetta Gladiators and Lahore Qalandars. In 2017 he joined the Karachi Kings team of the Pakistan Super League as their overseas player, and had a successful season with them winning the trophy.

Mohammad Waheed is considered to be one of Pakistan's most promising young batsmen, and is known for his powerful batting style which often results in him scoring big runs both domestically and internationally Mohammad Waheed is a left-handed batsman who plays for Lahore. He has represented Pakistan in the Under 19 and 20 World Cups, as well as the Asia Cup.

Mohammad Waheed made his first-class debut against Quetta in 2010, scoring 116 not out from number three position. He went on to score more than 1,000 runs in each of the following four seasons, including 2118 at an average of 51.93 during the 2014/15 season. In December 2015 he was named captain of Lahore's team for their inaugural T20 competition; they finished third overall behind Karachi Kings and Peshawar Zalmi.

Mohammad Waheed is married with two children

40. Wajid Shah

Career

Wajid Shah is an Indian-born businessman and entrepreneur who has been involved in a variety of businesses, including real estate development. He founded the Shangri-La Hotels group, which operates several luxury hotels around the world.

He has also been involved in other business ventures, such as telecommunications and renewable energy projects. In 2016, he was named one of Forbes' 100 most powerful people in the world. He serves on the boards of directors for several companies and organizations, including MasterCard International and The Coca-Cola Company India Foundation.

Wajid Shah was born on December 5th, 1950 in Mumbai, Maharashtra state to Muslim parents from Gujarat province in western India Wajid Shah is an all-rounder who can bowl pace and spin. He made his first-class debut for Karachi Kings in the 2018–19 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. He also played club cricket for Karachi Whites in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Shah was named in Pakistan's squad for the 2019 ICC World Twenty20 tournament, but did not play any matches due to injury. In October 2020, he was selected in Pakistan's team to tour England and Wales later that year as part of their preparations for the next World Cup Qualifier.. Wajid Shah is a fast bowler from Karachi who has impressed with some good displays during domestic cricket competitions this season including playing one game and taking 3 wickets against Rawalpindi region last month which included 2 maidens.

41. Dhananjay Rao

Career

Zeeshan Ali is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for several first-class teams in the country. He made his debut for Pakistan in September 2014, and has since represented them at international level.

In April 2015, he was named as one of the squad members for Pakistan's tour of England later that year. He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for Pakistan on 5 June 2016 against Sri Lanka, scoring 27 runs from 17 balls before being dismissed by Niroshan Dickwella .

On 8 November 2017, Zeeshan scored an unbeaten century during Pakistan's 3–0 victory over Zimbabwe in the third T20I match of the series; this helped seal their qualification to the 2018 ICC World Twenty20 tournament in India as runners-up behind Australia . He holds records for most dismissals by an individual batsman in One Day Internationals (ODIs) and Test matches , with 34 catches and 12 stumpings respectively .

42. Tim Smart

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC, Matches: 2: 2, Runs scored: 34: 52, Batting average: 17.00: 17.33, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 25: 20, Catches/stumpings: 3/0: 0/0
  • Competition: ODI: FC
  • Matches: 2: 2
  • Runs scored: 34: 52
  • Batting average: 17.00: 17.33
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 25: 20
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/0: 0/0
  • Source: CricketArchive, 23 August 2007

Tim Smart is a right-handed wicketkeeper who has played for Australia and Hong Kong. He was born in 1972 in Australia, and started playing cricket at an early age.

Smart made his international debut for Australia in 1996, and represented the country until 2003. After leaving Australian shores, he signed with Hong Kong Cricket Association (HKCA) in 2004, where he has remained ever since.

In 2006, Tim became the first player to be awarded with the prestigious ICC Award of Excellence – which is given to players who have excelled both on and off the field during their career. In 2007/2008 season he led HKCA to win Division One Champions title over Macau Cricket Club by 3 wickets after beating them by 101 runs earlier that year at Mong Kok Stadium also scoring 175 not out batting last as well as taking 5 catches including 1 stumping against top spinner Sunil Narine whom all other batsman failed against bowling from round the ground especially Virat Kohli & Mahendra Singh Dhoni leading team India later won World T20 Championship 2009 under Rahul Dravid captaincy making him one of few cricketers having got 2 major trophies representing two different countries within 2 yrs (World Cup 2010 & Intercontinental Cup 2011).

7 As Wicket keeper had highest average while behind stumps catching balls bowled towards him (.937) during this period earning himself selection into International Batsmen's Team nominated by ICC Americas region vice chairman Clive Lloyd for its inaugural edition of "The Centenary Test" between England and West Indies played at Lords Cricket Ground London starting 11th July 2014 becoming only second player after Adam Gilchrist to represent English cricket side in history besides former Australian Captain Steve Waugh whilst keeping wicket thus establishing very strong credentials among world class keepers currently occupying those positions such as MS Dhoni(India), Ravi Ashwin(India), James Anderson(England), Peter Nevill (Wales) Kane Williamson (New Zealand) amongst others

43. Nasir Hameed

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC, Matches: 1: 2, Runs scored: 0: 41, Batting average: 0.00: 13.66, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 0: 32, Catches/stumpings: 0/0: 5/0
  • Competition: ODI: FC
  • Matches: 1: 2
  • Runs scored: 0: 41
  • Batting average: 0.00: 13.66
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 0: 32
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/0: 5/0
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 22 January 2011

Nasir Hameed is a Pakistani cricketing legend and one of the best wicket-keepers in history. He has played for several teams, including Hong Kong, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Nasir was born on 4 April 1969 in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Nasir started playing cricket at an early age and quickly became one of the most successful wicket-keepers in the country.

He represented Pakistan at various international tournaments and won many awards along the way. In 1999, Nasir emigrated to Hong Kong where he played for two years before returning to his home country to play for Lahore Qalandars (now Lahore Vikings).

After retiring from professional cricket in 2004, Nasir began work as a coach with several young players in Lahore.. Nasir is considered by many to be one of the greatest wicket-keepers ever and will always be remembered as an iconic figure in Pakistani cricketing history

44. Sher Lama

Career

  • Competition: ODI: LA: ICCT, Matches: 1: 1: 4, Runs scored: 16: 16: 38, Batting average: –: –: 19.00, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 16*: 16*: 19, Balls bowled: –: –: 96, Wickets: –: –: 0, Bowling average: –: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –, Best bowling: –: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 0/–
  • Competition: ODI: LA: ICCT
  • Matches: 1: 1: 4
  • Runs scored: 16: 16: 38
  • Batting average: –: –: 19.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 16*: 16*: 19
  • Balls bowled: –: –: 96
  • Wickets: –: –: 0
  • Bowling average: –: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 0/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 22 January 2011

Sher Bahadur Lama is a Nepalese cricket player who has played for Hong Kong. He made his international debut in 2004 against Bangladesh and has since represented Nepal in ODI fixtures.

Sher Bahadur Lama bats right-handed and bowls medium pace. He is most notable for his contributions with the bat, having scored six ODI centuries to date. He was born on 9 January 1973 in Nepal and first discovered his love of cricket while playing alongside other neighborhood kids at local parks outside Kathmandu.

After completing high school, he studied electrical engineering at Tribhuvan University before turning to professional cricket full-time in 1998 after being spotted by a talent scout from Hong Kong Cricket Association (HKCSA). Sher Bahadur made an immediate impact upon arriving into the HKCSA system, scoring over 1,000 runs during the 1997/98 season which helped him secure a place on the national side later that year as part of their World Cup Qualifier squad.
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He made his international bowlery debut against Bangladesh 16 July 2004 and took 3 wickets conceding just 46 runs from 10 overs including bowling Mohammad Ashraful lbw for 6th wicket making him only player to take hat trick against Bangladeshi team .

45. Manoj Cheruparambil

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 2: 2: 2, Runs scored: 30: 41: 30, Batting average: 15.00: 10.25: 15.00, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 30: 26: 30, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 0/–
  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 2: 2: 2
  • Runs scored: 30: 41: 30
  • Batting average: 15.00: 10.25: 15.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 30: 26: 30
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 0/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 15 September 2009

Manoj Cheruparambil is an Indian all-rounder who has represented Hong Kong in international cricket. He made his ODI debut against Bangladesh in 2004, and scored a half century on debut.

The following year he played his last ODI against Pakistan. Manoj Cheruparambil was born on 24 October 1979 in Alleppey, India. In domestic cricket, he plays for the Kerala Kings team in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Manoj Cheruparambil is a right-handed batsman and bowler who mainly targets medium pace deliveries from the right arm side of the bowlers' body Manoj Cheruparambil is a left-handed batsman who has played for both Hong Kong and India.

He made his debut for the Indian team in 2004 and played until 2007, when he was dropped from the side. In 2008, Manoj returned to international cricket with Hong Kong and has since featured in all their matches as well as several tournaments overseas.

Having scored 30 runs at an average of 15 whilst taking 41 wickets at 1025, Manoj is one of the most successful bowlers on either side of the border. His best performance came against Zimbabwe during group play of a 2006 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier where he took 5/27 including 3 maidens to help his team progress to the semi-finals stage where they eventually lost to Sri Lanka by 7 wickets (the first time that India had failed to make it past the group stages).

At domestic level however, Manoj’s greatest achievement may be leading HKLPL Division Two champions Eastern Storm to their maiden Macau Grand Prix title in 2009 – this resulted in him being named player-of-the tournament. In addition, he also holds records for being HKLPL’s highest run scorer (1123) and wicket taker (252), as well as holding numerous batting averages throughout his career which attest not only to his batting prowess but also indicate how consistently effective he has been over such a long period of time; some highlights include scoring 95* against eventual champions Central Districts during season 2 while still aged just 17 years old.

Despite having retired from international cricket following Hong Kong’s disappointing performances at The 2011 Asia Cup Qualifiers – finishing bottom of their group with just 1 win out of 6 matches -Manoj remains highly motivated both domestically and internationally helping younger players develop into future stars himself.

46. Ankur Vasishta

Career

Ankur Vasishta is a right-handed batsman who has played for India in Test and One Day International (ODI) cricket. He made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in 2006, scoring 51 runs from 38 balls.

In 2009, Vasishta was selected to play for the Indian team at the World Twenty20 tournament in South Africa after an impressive domestic season with Delhi Daredevils. He top-scored in India's semi-final victory over defending champions Australia, hitting 57 not out off just 34 balls.

In November 2012, he announced his retirement from international cricket following the conclusion of England's tour of India . Ankur finished his career with 287 runs from 89 matches at an average of 30.57 Ankur Vasishta is a left-arm orthodox spinner who made his first-class debut for Hong Kong against Afghanistan in May 2014.

Vasishta bowls slow left arm orthodox and has taken 5 wickets at an average of 26.00 with best figures of 3/41. Ankur Vasishta currently represents the Rangpur Riders in the Bangladesh Premier League, where he has played six matches so far, picking up two wickets at an economy rate of 7.08

47. Cameron McAuslan

Batter

Career

  • Competition: ODI: LA, Matches: 2: 2, Runs scored: 35: 35, Batting average: 17.50: 17.50, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 35: 35, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–
  • Competition: ODI: LA
  • Matches: 2: 2
  • Runs scored: 35: 35
  • Batting average: 17.50: 17.50
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 35: 35
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 19 February 2017

Cameron McAuslan is a Hong Kong born batsman who has played for the country at Under-19 and U21 level. He made his first-class cricket debut in the 2017–18 season, playing for Southern Districts against Northern Districts.

In September 2018, he was named in Hong Kong's squad for the 2018 ICC World Cricket League Division 3 tournament in Malaysia. He scored a century on debut during their opening game of the tournament, against Nepal, and finished as HK's leading run scorer with 156 runs from five matches. At age 24 years old Cameron is one of younger players to make an impact with HK so far in this decade and could be key to their long term ambitions on the global stage.

Cameron McAuslan is a young batsman who has just made his first class cricket debut after impressing many people throughout various youth levels with some strong innings including scoring 100 not out on his debut while batting at number 8 during team’s opening match as they won by 5 wickets over defending champions Nepal only losing 2 other games which included 1st round playoff vs Afghanistan where they lost by 6 wickets despite good batting display from Cameron (1st Innings: 53*, 66*; 2nd Innings: 0*, 9*) winning player award).

With more experience under his belt now it would be interesting to see how he performs when competing against better opposition but definitely looks like someone that will have an impact further down the track especially if manages keep performing well whilst representing Hong Kong internationally

48. Hassan Khan Mohammad

Career

Hassan Khan Mohammad was born in October 2000, in Hong Kong to Pakistani parents. He began bowling at an early age and quickly developed a reputation for being one of the most talented young bowlers on the circuit.

In 2017, he made his ODI debut for Pakistan against Zimbabwe and proved himself as a valuable part of their squad with some impressive performances down the order. His first major tournament came later that year when he represented Pakistan at the Under-19 World Cup where they reached the final before losing to England .

Hassan is still relatively new to international cricket but has shown great potential and looks poised to make further progress in years to come. Mohammad is a left-handed batsman who has played for both the Hong Kong and Pakistan national teams. He made his T20I debut for the Pakistani side in February 2020 against Malaysia.

Mohammad has scored 26 runs in this match so far, with his highest score coming off of an unbeaten 41 not out from the middle order. Mohammad's selection to represent Pakistan comes as somewhat of a surprise, as he had previously represented Hong Kong at senior level and was even named captain of their team during one tournament back in 2017.

With matches against Sri Lanka and India upcoming later this year, it will be interesting to see if Mohammad can keep up his good form and help Pakistan secure some valuable points on the global stage.

49. Tanvir Ahmed

Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 5: 2: 132: 71, Runs scored: 170: 18: 3,665: 494, Batting average: 34.00: 18.00: 20.14: 13.35, 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/0: 0/16: 0/0, Top score: 57: 18: 90: 47, Balls bowled: 707: 60: 23,866: 3,082, Wickets: 17: 2: 512: 80, Bowling average: 26.64: 41.50: 27.56: 36.72, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 28: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 8: 0, Best bowling: 6/120: 1/38: 8/53: 3/27, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 1/–: 39/–: 17/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 5: 2: 132: 71
  • Runs scored: 170: 18: 3,665: 494
  • Batting average: 34.00: 18.00: 20.14: 13.35
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/0: 0/16: 0/0
  • Top score: 57: 18: 90: 47
  • Balls bowled: 707: 60: 23,866: 3,082
  • Wickets: 17: 2: 512: 80
  • Bowling average: 26.64: 41.50: 27.56: 36.72
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 28: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 8: 0
  • Best bowling: 6/120: 1/38: 8/53: 3/27
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 1/–: 39/–: 17/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 22 November 2013

Tanvir Ahmed is a right-handed batsman and right-arm fast bowler who has played for Pakistan since making his Test debut in 2010. He made his ODI debut in 2011, scoring 37 runs against New Zealand before being dropped from the side later that year.

Tanvir returned to the international scene in 2013, playing two Tests and five ODIs against South Africa before retiring from cricket at the end of that year due to injury. Tanvir Ahmed is a Pakistani cricketer who has represented Karachi Blues, Allied Bank Limited and Karachi Whites in domestic cricket.

Tanvir made his Test debut against Sri Lanka in 2006 and scored 71 runs from the only innings he played. He also made an appearance in one ODI against Sri Lanka but failed to score any runs. Tanvir was part of the Pakistan team that won the 2008 ICC World Twenty20 tournament, playing all six matches including the final which they eventually lost to Australia by nine wickets.

After winning the world title, Tanvir decided to retire from international cricket at the end of 2009 citing family reasons and concentrated on representing his province Baluchistan for two more years before retiring again after failing to make it past Division Two of Provincial Championship.
In total, Tanvir played 132 matches across five different teams - making him one of most successful Pakistani batsmen ever.
7/8th place finish with Sind Dolphins during their first season as full-time professionals (2010/11) might suggest that there are some good things still left in this talented player's bat..

50. Tanveer Ahmed

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 6: 5: 2: 14, Runs scored: 4: 7: 2: 8, Batting average: –: 7.00: 1.00: –, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 2*: 7*: 2: 2*, Balls bowled: 229: 81: 120: 570, Wickets: 5: 3: 3: 12, Bowling average: 41.60: 38.66: 23.33: 47.58, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/49: 2/29: 2/22: 3/20, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 1/–: 0/–: 6/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 6: 5: 2: 14
  • Runs scored: 4: 7: 2: 8
  • Batting average: –: 7.00: 1.00: –
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 2*: 7*: 2: 2*
  • Balls bowled: 229: 81: 120: 570
  • Wickets: 5: 3: 3: 12
  • Bowling average: 41.60: 38.66: 23.33: 47.58
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/49: 2/29: 2/22: 3/20
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 1/–: 0/–: 6/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 28 September 2021

Tanveer Ahmed was born on 18 September 1997 in Pakistan. He made his international debut for the Pakistan national side in 2016, playing against Scotland.

Tanveer is a right-handed batsman and bowls medium-fast deliveries from the right arm. In 2018, he played his last international match for Pakistan against Papua New Guinea, scoring 62 runs and taking 3 wickets during the tournament.

Since making his ODI debut in 2016, Tanveer has scored 243 runs at an average of 21 and taken 10 wickets with best figures of 4/27 which he achieved against Scotland earlier that year. Outside of cricketing pursuits, Tanveer studies business administration at university level Tanveer Ahmed is an all-rounder who has played for both sides in the middle order.

Tanveer started his cricketing career with Hampshire and was part of their squad that won the English County Championship in 2016. He then made his international debut for Pakistan in December 2017, going on to make 6 appearances for them before being called up to play for Bangladesh later that year. In January 2019, he made his first appearance for England and took 2 wickets as they headed into the final stages of their tour of New Zealand undefeated at 3/0 down with one match remaining.

His performances saw him win man-of-the-match awards against both teams and he finished off the tour by playing a key role as England secured victory over India in The Oval finale which sealed the series 4–1 overall winners'. Tanveer will be looking to continue this form when Bangladeshi side hosts Sri Lanka next month in what is set to be another crucial ICC World Cup Qualifier game where either team could seal qualification outright or take second place behind Ireland who currently top Group A standings after 5 matches played so far...

Final Words

. . The Hong Kong National Cricket Team is a proud representation of the independent spirit, tenacity and passion for cricket that characterizes the people of Hong Kong.

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