Rubel Hossain

Rubel Hossain

Bangladesh Right Arm Bowl
T20 WORLD CUP ALL TIME STATS
3 Mat
8.2 Overs
87 Runs
1 W
10.44 E/R

Personal Information

Full Name Mohammad Rubel Hossain
Date of Birth January 1, 1990
Nationality Bangladesh
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)
Role Bowler/Right arm fast, Right handed Batsman
Past Team(s)
Family Ishrat Jahan Dola (Spouse), Siddikur Rahman (Father)

Most Recent Matches

Match R BF 4s 6s S/R O R W E/R
KHT vs SYL 6 10 0 0 60.00 2 21 0 10.50
KHT vs COV 0 0 0 0 0.00 1 15 0 15.00
KHT vs SYL 0 0 0 0 0 2 36 0 18.00
PBCC vs GGC 1 1 0 0 100.00 5 23 2 4.60
SJD vs PBCC 0 3 0 0 0.00 7 54 0 7.71

Batting Stats

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Game Type Mat Inn R BF NO Avg S/R 100s 50s H 4s 6s Ct St
ODIs 104 53 144 277 24 4.96 51.98 0 0 17 14 2 20 0
TESTs 27 47 265 603 19 9.46 43.94 0 0 45 34 4 11 0
T20Is 28 15 20 36 10 4.00 55.55 0 0 8 1 0 1 0
T20s 151 50 133 150 26 5.54 88.66 0 0 36 8 5 33 0
LISTAs 198 107 363 583 48 6.15 62.26 0 0 45 28 9 51 0
FIRSTCLASS 60 88 555 0 28 9.25 0 0 0 45 0 0 18 0

Bowling Stats

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Game Type Mat Inn O R W Avg E/R Best 5w 10w
ODIs 104 102 779.4 4427 129 34.31 5.67 6/26 1 0
TESTs 27 44 703.5 2764 36 76.77 3.92 5/210 1 0
T20Is 28 27 96.3 912 28 32.57 9.45 3/31 0 0
T20s 151 150 522.2 4174 185 22.56 7.99 5/32 1 0
LISTAs 198 195 1531 8225 279 29.48 5.37 6/18 5 0
FIRSTCLASS 60 100 1356.5 5241 97 54.03 3.86 7/86 4 0

Rubel Hossain News

T20 World Cup 2021: Bangladesh's Mohammad Saifuddin ruled out of the tournament because of a back injury, Rubel Hossain named as replacement T20 World Cup 2021: Bangladesh's Mohammad Saifuddin ruled out of the tournament because of a back injury, Rubel Hossain named as replacement
T20 World Cup 2021: Bangladesh's Mohammad Saifuddin ruled out of the tournament because of a back injury, Rubel Hossain named as replacement 
Bangladesh pacers Rubel Hossain, Hasan Mahmud ruled out of ODIs against Sri Lanka Bangladesh pacers Rubel Hossain, Hasan Mahmud ruled out of ODIs against Sri Lanka
Bangladesh pacers Rubel Hossain, Hasan Mahmud ruled out of ODIs against Sri Lanka 
Flashback: Dinesh Karthik's heroics help India steal the Nidahas Trophy Flashback: Dinesh Karthik's heroics help India steal the Nidahas Trophy
Flashback: Dinesh Karthik's heroics help India steal the Nidahas Trophy
Mustafizur Rahman unlikely to play in next Test series against West Indies Mustafizur Rahman unlikely to play in next Test series against West Indies
Mustafizur Rahman unlikely to play in next Test series against West Indies
Courtney Walsh urges Bangladesh to play without the fear of losing Courtney Walsh urges Bangladesh to play without the fear of losing
Courtney Walsh urges Bangladesh to play without the fear of losing

Rubel Hossain: A Brief Biography

Rubel Hossain Biography


Mohammad Rubel Hossain is a Bangladeshi bowler who was born on 1 January 1990 in Khulna, Bangladesh. He is regarded as the fastest bowler in Bangladesh cricket history. Hossain is hailed as Bangladesh's Malinga because of his slight sling action.


He is a right-handed batsman and a right arm fast bowler. For someone who began playing cricket with taped tennis bowl in his hometown Bagerhat, Hossain's rise in international cricket has been pretty impressive.


Background

Rubel was famous in his locality for the pacy balls he used to aim at the batsman in tennis ball cricket. He topped the speed charts in a pace hunt program where he impressed everyone with his consistent pace and bounce.


He made his first-class debut for Chittagong Division in 2007 against Khulna Division picking up a solitary wicket in the first match. After performing consistently in the National Cricket League, he was selected in the Under-19 team and represented the country at the 2004 ICC Under-19 World Cup.


He picked up six wickets in five matches at 21.66 in the tournament. He was then included in Bangladesh A team. The ability to bowl with pace consistently is said to be behind his emergence to the international arena.


Debut

Rubel made his international debut for Bangladesh in an ODI match against Sri Lanka at Dhaka in January 2009. Sri Lankan batsmen were taken aback by the debutant as he rattled through their middle order and took four wickets in a short spell of 5.3, overs while giving away 33 runs.


Sri Lanka was all-out for 147 and Bangladesh won a crucial match by five wickets. He made his test debut against West Indies at Kingstown in July 2011 and picked up three wickets in the match.


Rise to Glory

Rubel's consistent pace was praised by many as Bangladesh really had a fast bowler who could make batsmen duck under the bouncers in fear. After making impressive debut across all formats, he had to find consistency in his performances.


He took his maiden fifer in a test match against New Zealand at Hamilton in February 2010. He then took a four-wicket haul against the same opponent at Dhaka in October 2010.


The moment of prominence came for him when he took a hat-trick against New Zealand at Mirpur, becoming only the third Bangladeshi bowler to take a hat-trick in ODIs. He ended up with figures of 6/26 in 5.5 overs.


Records

Rubel has featured in 25 test matches and has taken 33 wickets. Whereas, in 82 ODIs he has taken 102 wickets at 34.22. In 16 T20Is he has taken 15 wickets.


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