Rumman Raees Biography
Rumman Raees Khan is a Pakistani cricketer who was born on October 18, 1991 in Karachi, Pakistan. He is a left handed fast bowler and a right-handed batsman. In his team, his primary role is that of a pacer.
Rumman started playing in the Pakistan Super League at the age of 19 years and performed fairly well in the tournament. He had an economy rate of less than seven, which is great in limited overs cricket.
He made his first-class debut for Karachi Blues in the year 2010. He went on to join the United Bank Limited in later years and has been performing great ever since. His 12 wickets in PSL 2017 brought him into the national squad.
Rumman made his T20 debut in April 2017 against West Indies. It was a great match for him as he took a wicket and conceded only 25 runs in his four overs.
Pakistan won the match by seven wickets and his bowling was praised all over. He went on to play more cricket internationally for his team thereafter.
Rumman was called in an emergency situation when Pakistan needed a fast bowler in the Semi Final of the 2017 Champions Trophy. He made his debut in ODIs against England and took 2 wickets to help his team move into the finals.
Rise to Glory
Post the Champions Trophy, he performed well by fetching wickets against Sri Lanka in the 2017 series. He has been a regular member of the team since that series. His latest performance was eight wickets in five ODIs against New Zealand in 2018.
Rumman Raees is an active player of the Pakistan Super League and represents Karachi in the League. He has been a star performer with wickets coming in every match.