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Anisur Rahman

Anisur Rahman is a former Bangladeshi cricketer and an umpire who was born on March 1, 1971 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He used to play as a Left-arm medium-fast bowler.


Early career


Anisur Rahman began playing recognisable cricket during the U19 Asia Cup in 1989 where he achieved the bowling figures of 3/44 and 3/36 against India and Pakistan respectively.


In 1994-95 SAARC Quadrangular Tournament at Dhaka, Rahman again performed impressively as he recorded the match figures of 3/29, 4/29 and 3/28 against Pakistan A, Sri Lanka A and India A respectively.


After that he made his debut for the senior team in a match against India in 1995 at Sharjah. He went wicketless in that match and hence was dropped from the side. He made his come back in 1998, this time at Wankhede Stadium but here also his fortunes didn't change much as he again went wicketless. He was never again seen playing in the Bangladeshi jersey.


Umpiring career


He began his umpiring career in 2012 in the T20Is while he began umpiring in One Day Internationals in 2014. Since then, he has umpired in seven 50-over international games and 13 T20Is.

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