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Shadab Khan


ABOUT
Shadab Khan

BornOctober 4, 1998

Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)

NationalityPakistan

RoleAll-rounder, Bowler/Leg break, Right-handed Batsman

MOST RECENT MATCHES

MATCH RUNS BF 4s 6s SR OVERS MO RC WKTS ECO EX
NZ vs PAK 0 1 0 0 0.00 4 0 36 0 9.00 0
PAK vs NZ 4 7 1 0 57.14 4 0 24 0 6.00 0
PAK vs NZ 42 32 2 3 131.25 2 0 22 0 11.00 0
NOR vs SOP 48 27 4 3 177.78 4 0 39 1 9.75 0
NOR vs BAL 42 27 4 0 153.56 3 0 13 2 4.33 0
BATTING STATS

GAME TYPE M INN RUNS BF NO AVG SR 100s 50s HS 4s 6s CT ST
ODIs 43 22 337 491 9 25.92 68.63 0 3 54 20 4 8 0
TESTs 6 11 300 479 2 33.33 62.63 0 3 56 38 0 3 0
T20Is 45 18 183 146 6 15.25 125.34 0 0 42 11 9 12 0
T20s 138 83 1127 845 21 18.17 133.37 0 4 77 66 55 49 0
LISTAs 56 32 549 697 11 26.14 78.76 0 4 56 34 12 16 0
FIRSTCLASS 17 24 595 880 2 27.04 67.61 1 3 132 78 4 11 0
BOWLING STATS

GAME TYPE M INN OVERS RUNS WKTS AVG ECO BEST 5Ws 10Ws
ODIs 43 41 348 1750 59 29.66 5.02 4/28 0 0
TESTs 6 11 159 513 14 36.64 3.22 4/80 0 0
T20Is 45 43 160.3 1163 53 21.94 7.24 4/14 0 0
T20s 138 135 499.5 3544 164 21.60 7.09 4/14 0 0
LISTAs 56 54 447 2333 80 29.16 5.21 4/28 0 0
FIRSTCLASS 17 29 512.5 1753 68 25.77 3.41 10/157 2 1
ABOUT

Shadab Khan Biography


Shadab Khan is a Pakistani cricketer who plays in all the formats of the game for the national team. He was born on 4 October 1998 in Mianwali, Punjab, Pakistan. Shadab is an all-rounder, but primarily a right arm leg-break bowler.


Shadab generally bowls in a non-aggressive style and uses his guile to fox the batsman instead of going for the ball. His bowling involves wide-angle deliveries that have the ability of flight as well as the flat track.


Background


Shadab moved to Rawalpindi at the age of 12 and became a regular player in his school cricket team. He later joined the National Cricket Academy in Lahore to learn from former Pakistani greats like Mushtaq Ahmed and Abdul Qadir.


He looked steady in his growth and was braced to be selected for the U-19 World Cup in 2016. Abdul stood out, as usual, ending the tournament as the highest wicket taker in spite of Pakistan’s exit.


He was soon selected for the national team at a very young age. He has represented the following teams- Rawalpindi Rams, K-Electric, Khulna Titans, Brisbane Heat, Islamabad United, Pakistan Under-19s, and Trinbago Knight Riders.


Debut


Shadab Khan made his international debut for the senior side on 26 March 2017 against West Indies in a T20 international. He surprised everyone by picking up three wickets while conceding just seven runs in his four overs.


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Shadab later made his ODI debut on 7 April 2017 against West Indies and picked up two wickets, going for 52 runs in nine overs.


Shadab Khan was given a test cap on 30 April 2017 in the same tour of West Indies. He picked up a wicket in the first innings and scored 16 runs in what turned out to be a loss for Pakistan. It remains the only test played by Shadab.


Rise to Glory


Shadab Khan was a quick learner and started to grow at a staggering pace. His talent caused a huge uproar in the international turf and resulted in his selection at an age of just 18. Shadab’s international career began with T20Is and was also quite successful in ODIs.


Shadab’s international debut has so far been his best performance in a T20I as he also became Pakistan’s youngest ever cricketer to pick up four wickets on debut. The performance in the debut and following games earned him a place in Pakistan’s 2017 Champions Trophy winning side.


Shadab also turned out to be a reliable batsman for Pakistan and scored his maiden half-century on 16 October 2017 against Sri Lanka. This half-century came in a solid partnership of 109 with Babar Azam which helped Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 32 runs.


Shadab made headlines with a Player of the Series award in the tour of West Indies. He had 10 wickets to his name in four matches.


Club Career


Shadab Khan played his first domestic match for Islamabad in the 2016 Pakistan Cup. He went on to play his T20 matches for Rawalpindi, before signing for the Trinbago Knight Riders in the Caribbean Premier League. Shadab’s performances earned him a contract for the Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League.

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