Yasir Ali Biography
Yasir Ali is a Pakistani Cricketer hailing from Hazro, Punjab. Born on 15 October 1985, he is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler.
At the early age of 19, he made his debut and played one Test match for the Pakistan team against Bangladesh.
Even though he had not played a lot of first-class cricket, his potential was realized when he played for the Attock, Hazro.
He was called for training camp with the Pakistan Cricket Team. he then toured with the team to South Africa.
He made his debut in the Test match against Bangladesh at Multan Cricket Stadium in September 2003. It is the only Test match he has played, wherein he took two wickets.
Having fallen out of the reckoning for international cricket, Yasir switched his attention to club cricket. He has made some good performances lately. Recently, on 4 February 2018, he took four wickets for 69 runs while playing for Rawalpindi against Faisalabad.
Yasir Ali has taken 4 wickets for 25 runs when paying against Karachi Dolphins in the ABN AMRO Cup season 2007-08. His best performance in the first-class cricket is five wickets from 27 runs and in List A Cricket his best performance is as good as first class cricket i.e. five wickets in 16 runs.
Yasir played Professional League cricket in the UK for Ainsdale Cricket Club in the Liverpool Competition for 2008.
Having played for Ainsdale, he then signed for Cheshire-based side Elworth Cricket Club.