Adnan Akmal Biography
Adnan Akmal born on 13 March 1985, is a Pakistani cricketer. He is a right-hand batsman and wicket-keeper who plays for Zarai Taraqiati Bank Ltd Cricket Team and has represented to his nation at U-17 level.
His siblings, Kamran Akmal and Umar Akmal, both have focal contracts with the Pakistan Cricket Board. He was a part of the Pakistan Under-17 side also. With a considerable measure of involvement in the residential circuit, the selectors believed him in front of his sibling Kamran who was not doing great, and he supplanted Zulqarnain Haider amid South Africa's visit to the UAE in 2010.
Adnan was added to the Pakistan Test team set up of Zulqarnain Haider in 2011, who declared his retirement from worldwide cricket after supposedly accepting dangers from bookies. In the series against New Zealand he performed well to involve his place later on. He is Pakistan's A present wicket keeper. He appeared in the longest configuration to start with, on November 12 in Dubai. His most elevated score came against England when he batted extremely well with the lower-order to include 61 runs in Dubai which gave his bowlers the additional pad to go for the kill against the Englishmen.
He has two fifties so far in his profession and a not too bad average of more than 27. In any case, as time passed by, he lost his place to Kamran Akmal and after that to Sarfraz Ahmed. All through the side, Adnan included in the home Test series against South Africa in 2013 yet lost his place after the primary Test against Sri Lanka in Dubai because of absence of form.