Mohammad Saifuddin is a Bangladeshi cricket player who was born on 1 November 1996 at Feni, Chittagong in Bangladesh. He is a left-handed batsman and a right arm medium fast bowler. He usually plays as the fast bowler in his team with an occasional all-rounder as he is fairly good with the bat too.
Mohammad Saifuddin made his T20 debut in the Bangladesh Premier League against Khulna Titans. He played for Comilla Victorians on 13 November 2016 in his first match in which he didn't perform well. He conceded 7 runs in an over and was dismissed for 4 runs by a substitution player. Also, the Victorians lost the match by 13 runs, which made him a forgotten debutant.
His T20I debut came in 2017 when he was named in the squad of Bangladesh against Sri Lanka. He played his first match on 4 April 2017 but was not able to make an impact. He conceded 23 runs in 3 overs without taking any wickets and ended up being on the losing side as Sri Lanka won the match by 13 runs.
Later on, he made his debut in One Day Internationals against South Africa on 15 October 2017 in Kimberly. He didn't take any wicket in that match but scored 16 runs off 11 balls while batting in the lower order. The match was won by South Africa by 10 wickets.
Mohammad Saifuddin has played 10 ODI matches so far and has scored 174 runs at an average of 29.17 with 1 half century to his name. He has also taken 7 wickets with the best figures for 3/45.
Mohammad Saifuddin has also played 9 T20I matches and has scored 94 runs at an average of 18.8 and a top score of 39. He has also taken 5 wickets but his bowling average is more than 50.
Mohammad Saifuddin has been associated with Comilla Victorians, a team of Bangladesh Premier League since 2016 and has scored 80 runs for them. He plays as an all-rounder and has also taken 5 wickets for the team in 7 matches played.