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Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib Al Hasan
QUICK FACTS
  • Nick Name: NULL
    Batting Style: Left Handed
  • DOB: 24th Mar 1987
    Bowling Style: Slow left-arm orthodox
  • TEAM:
  • Bangladesh, Kolkata Knight Riders, Melbourne Renegades, Khulna Royal Bengals, Uthura Rudras, Jamaica Tallawahs, Rangpur Riders, Abahani Limited, Dhaka Dynamites, Karachi Kings, Peshawar Zalmi
CAREER STATS
BATTING & FIELDING
Mat Inns NO Runs Avge HS BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 51 96 7 3594 40.38 217 5787 62.1 5 22 445 19 19 0
ODIs 178 169 24 5017 34.6 134* 6189 81.06 7 34 449 37 42 0
T20is 59 59 8 1208 23.69 84 997 121.16 0 6 118 27 17 0
First Class 87 160 14 5509 37.73 217 8790 62.67 8 32 682 32 42 0
List A 222 211 26 6105 33 134* 7301 83.62 7 41 543 57 60 0
T20s 237 216 36 3740 20.78 86* 3061 122.18 0 14 336 95 65 0
BOWLING
Mat Inns Balls Mdns Runs Wkts Avge Eco SR BBI 4w 5w 10
Tests 51 86 12092 371 6087 188 32.38 3.02 64.32 7/36 8 17 2
ODIs 178 176 9085 76 6715 226 29.71 4.43 40.2 5/47 7 1 0
T20is 59 58 1289 1 1459 70 20.84 6.79 18.41 4/15 3 0 0
First Class 87 143 18242 619 8862 288 30.77 2.91 63.34 7/32 10 22 2
List A 222 219 10953 95 8043 286 28.12 4.41 38.3 5/18 12 2 0
T20s 237 231 4977 11 5626 264 21.31 6.78 18.85 6/6 6 2 0
PROFILE

Crafty with a ball and aggressive while wielding a willow, Shakib al Hasan is easily the best cricketer Bangladesh has produced. Shakib made his international debut in August 2006 and his first big match was against India in the 2007 ODI World Cup, where he contributed to a famous win with a fine half-century. Although Bangladesh didn’t have any comparable wins for a while after that, Shakib’s performances were not unrewarded. In January 2009 he ascended to the top of the ICC player rankings for ODI all-rounders – a position he held uninterrupted till the end of the 2011 World Cup in April. Along the way he had scored his first international ton against a major opposition in a losing effort against Pakistan and turned in a magnificent all-round performance in a narrow Test defeat to New Zealand that saw him hit 71 and grab 7 for37. Shakib’s finest moment came when he led Bangladesh to their first overseas Test win against West Indies in 2009. The West Indies had fielded a second-string side but that didn’t detract from his Man of the Series performance. He lost his captaincy after Bangladesh failed to qualify for the quarterfinals of the 2011 World Cup and lost both Test and ODI series on a tour of Zimbabwe but that didn’t affect his personal form. In December 2011, he ascended to the top spot in the ICC rankings for Test all-rounders. Shakib’s finest ODI moment came when his Man of the Series turn in the 2012 Asia Cup took Bangladesh to within two runs of the title and also helped upset India and Sri Lanka in the league stages. He was picked by Kolkata Knight Riders for $US425,000 in the 2011 auctions.

  • Last Updated: 22nd Feb 2016
  • Author: Saurabh Somani
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