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Uloomi Karim Shaheen mixed martial arts fighter beats Indian rival

Uloomi Karim Shaheen

Pakistan’s Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Uloomi Karim Shaheen on Saturday beat India’s Yadwinder Singh in a World Series of Fighting Global Championship (WSOF-GC) bout at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Manila, Philippines.Uloomi

Uloomi, who hails from Gilgit-Baltistan, beat the Indian fighter through an unanimous decision.

Currently one of the top MMA fighter in the country, the 25-year-old Karim also holds the Bantam Weight (61) Championship Belt of Under Ground Battle (UGB).

Ahtesham Karim, Uloomi’s elder brother, who runs the Fight Fortress Club in Islamabad expressed his delight on Uloomi’s success and hoped he will carry on the winning streak .

Ahmed Mujtaba, another MMA fighter from Pakistan, was also successful at Manila as he beat Philippines’ Neil Laranow in the first round via a Triangle Choke.

Ahtesham believed both fighters are capable of challenging any other fighter at the event.

Uloomi and Mujtaba are competing in global MMA competitions since the last five years.

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Misbah-ul-Haq

Misbah-ul-Haq

Full name Misbah-ul-Haq Khan NiaziMisbah-ul-Haq Khan Niazi

Born May 28, 1974, Mianwali, Punjab

Current age 42 years 290 days

Major teams Pakistan, Faisalabad Wolves, Islamabad United,Khan Research Labs, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sargodha,St Lucia Zouks

Playing role Middle-order batsman

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Legbreak

Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 72 126 18 4951 161* 45.84 11129 44.48 10 36 491 73 49 0
ODIs 162 149 31 5122 96* 43.40 6945 73.75 0 42 342 83 66 0
T20Is 39 34 13 788 87* 37.52 715 110.20 0 3 45 26 14 0
First-class 227 374 43 16368 284 49.45 43 94 197 0
List A 283 260 54 9811 129* 47.62 11 70 123 0
Twenty20 147 130 33 3225 107* 33.24 2726 118.30 1 12 208 132 62 0
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
Tests 72
ODIs 162 1 24 30 0 7.50 0 0 0
T20Is 39
First-class 227 324 246 3 1/2 82.00 4.55 108.0 0 0
List A 283 144 179 1 1/10 1/10 179.00 7.45 144.0 0 0 0
Twenty20 147
Career statistics
Test debut New Zealand v Pakistan at Auckland, Mar 8-12, 2001 scorecard
Last Test Australia v Pakistan at Sydney, Jan 3-7, 2017 scorecard
Test statistics
ODI debut Pakistan v New Zealand at Lahore, Apr 27, 2002 scorecard
Last ODI Australia v Pakistan at Adelaide, Mar 20, 2015 scorecard
ODI statistics
T20I debut Bangladesh v Pakistan at Nairobi (Gym), Sep 2, 2007 scorecard
Last T20I England v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi, Feb 27, 2012 scorecard
T20I statistics
First-class debut 1998/99
Last First-class Australia v Pakistan at Sydney, Jan 3-7, 2017 scorecard
List A debut 1998/99
Last List A Islamabad v Punjab (Pakistan) at Faisalabad, Apr 25, 2016 scorecard
Twenty20 debut Faisalabad Wolves v Peshawar Panthers at Karachi, Feb 24, 2006 scorecard
Last Twenty20 Islamabad United v Karachi Kings at Sharjah, Mar 1, 2017 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
27 HKI United v City Kaitak Mong Kok 12 Mar 2017 Other T20
6 HKI United v Kow Cantons Mong Kok 11 Mar 2017 Other T20
84* HKI United v GGL Mong Kok 10 Mar 2017 Other T20
82* HKI United v HH Jaguars Mong Kok 9 Mar 2017 Other T20
13 Islamabad Un v Karachi Kngs Sharjah 1 Mar 2017 T20
12 Islamabad Un v Karachi Kngs Dubai (DSC) 26 Feb 2017 T20
25 Islamabad Un v Quetta Glad Dubai (DSC) 24 Feb 2017 T20
16 Islamabad Un v Qalandars Sharjah 20 Feb 2017 T20
5 Islamabad Un v Zalmi Sharjah 18 Feb 2017 T20
16 Islamabad Un v Karachi Kngs Sharjah 17 Feb 2017 T20
Profile

The most remarkable aspect about Misbah-ul-Haq is his unflappable temperament. It shows in his batting, which reached unprecedented levels of consistency in 2011, and in his captaincy, which helped lift Pakistan from the depths of the spot-fixing saga in England in 2010. Taking over as leader immediately after that episode at the age of 36, Misbah’s calm approach was exactly what Pakistan cricket needed after the tumultuous period it had gone through.

As a batsman, Misbah can either defend dourly with unflagging patience, or irritate bowlers with his improvisations. It helps that his defensive technique is sound: that solid foundation has helped him bat for long periods in Test cricket. That aspect of his game was in evidence right from his first Test innings in 2001, when he survived over two hours to score 28 in Auckland. He should have played much more international cricket thereafter, but was held back by his inconsistency. For four years between 2003 and 2007, he didn’t play a single Test, and only turned up for a handful of ODIs.

However, a run-filled domestic season, followed by club cricket in England and Inzamam’s retirement from ODIs, prompted the board to award Misbah a central contract in July 2007. A month later, he was surprisingly picked, ahead of Mohammad Yousuf, for the 15-man squad for the Twenty20 World Championship in South Africa. He repaid the selectors’ faith by finishing the tournament as Pakistan’s best player and nearly taking them to victory in the final. He continued the good run on the tour to India later that year, scoring two hundreds, each of which spanned more than 400 minutes.

However, it was in 2011 that Misbah truly rose above the crowd and established his credentials as a top-class batsman and a leader of men. He was in charge when Pakistan completed one of their greatest Test series wins – a 3-0 sweep over the then No. 1 side, England in early 2012. Perhaps it’s his degree in business management that has helped him manage, and get the best out of, a team as unpredictable as Pakistan.

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List of Pakistan ODI Cricketers

This is a list of Pakistani One-day International cricketers. A One Day International, or an ODI, is an international cricket match between two representative teams, each having ODI status, as determined by the International Cricket Council (ICC). An ODI differs from Test matches in that the number of overs per team is limited, and that each team has only one innings. The list is arranged in the order in which each player won his first ODI cap. Where more than one player won his first ODI cap in the same match, those players are listed alphabetically.

Pakistani ODI cricketers

Batting Bowling Fielding
Cap Name Career Mat Inn NO Runs HS Avg Balls Mdn Runs Wkt Best Avg Ca St
1 Asif Iqbal 1973–1979 10 8 2 330 62 55 592 7 378 16 4–56 23.62 7
2 Asif Masood 1973–1976 7 3 1 10 6 5 402 8 234 5 2–9 46.8 1
3 Intikhab Alam 1973–1976 4 2 17 10 8.5 158 2 118 4 2–36 29.5
4 Majid Khan 1973–1982 23 22 1 786 109 37.42 658 11 374 13 3–27 28.76 3
5 Mushtaq Mohammad 1973–1978 10 9 3 209 55 34.83 42 23 3
6 Nasim-ul-Ghani 1973 1 1 1 1 1
7 Sadiq Mohammad 1973–1980 19 19 1 383 74 21.27 38 1 26 2 2–20 13 5
8 Saleem Altaf 1973–1978 6 2 1 25 21 25 285 2 151 5 2–7 30.2 1
9 Sarfraz Nawaz 1973–1984 45 31 8 221 34* 9.6 2412 49 1463 63 4–27 23.22 8
10 Wasim Bari 1973–1984 51 26 13 221 34 17 52 10
11 Wasim Raja 1973–1985 54 45 10 782 60 22.34 1036 10 687 21 4–25 32.71 24
12 Imran Khan 1974–1992 175 151 40 3709 102* 33.41 7461 124 4844 182 6–14 26.61 36
13 Zaheer Abbas 1974–1985 62 60 6 2572 123 47.62 280 2 223 7 2–26 31.85 16
14 Naseer Malik 1975 3 1 1 180 5 98 5 2–37 19.6
15 Javed Miandad 1975–1996 233 218 41 7381 119* 41.7 436 3 297 7 2–22 42.42 71 2
16 Pervez Mir 1975–1977 3 3 1 26 18 13 122 2 77 3 1–17 25.66 2
17 Mohsin Khan 1977–1986 75 75 5 1877 117* 26.81 12 5 1 1–2 5 13
18 Aamer Hameed 1977–1978 2 88 2 38 1 1–32 38 1
19 Hasan Jamil 1977–1978 6 5 111 28 22.2 232 3 154 8 3–18 19.25 1
20 Liaqat Ali 1977–1978 3 1 7 7 7 188 4 111 2 1–41 55.5
21 Mudassar Nazar 1977–1989 122 115 10 2653 95 25.26 4855 43 3432 111 5–28 30.91 21
22 Shafiq Ahmed 1977–1978 3 3 41 29 13.66 1
23 Haroon Rasheed 1977–1982 12 10 2 166 63* 20.75 3
24 Iqbal Qasim 1977–1988 15 7 1 39 13 6.5 664 12 500 12 3–13 41.66 3
25 Sikander Bakht 1977–1989 27 11 7 31 16* 7.75 1277 16 860 33 4–34 26.06 4
26 Arshad Pervez 1978 2 2 11 8 5.5
27 Naeem Ahmed 1978 1 1 1 60 43 1
28 Azmat Rana 1978 2 2 1 42 22* 42
29 Mansoor Akhtar 1980–1990 41 35 1 593 47 17.44 138 2 110 2 1–7 55 14
30 Mohammad Nazir 1980–1984 4 3 3 4 2* 222 3 156 3 2–37 52
31 Taslim Arif 1980 2 2 28 24 14 1 1
32 Ashraf Ali 1980–1985 16 9 5 69 19* 17.25 17 3
33 Ijaz Faqih 1980–1988 27 19 3 197 42* 12.31 1116 6 819 13 4–43 63 2
34 Rashid Khan 1980–1985 29 15 7 110 17 13.75 1414 33 923 20 3–47 46.15 3
35 Saleem Pervez 1980 1 1 18 18 18
36 Tahir Naqqash 1980–1985 40 23 9 210 61 15 1596 15 1240 34 3–23 36.47 11
37 Rizwan-uz-Zaman 1981–1987 3 3 20 14 6.66 2
38 Saleem Malik 1982–1999 283 256 38 7170 102 32.88 3505 10 2959 89 5–35 33.24 81
39 Jalal-ud-din 1982–1983 8 2 5 5 2.5 306 7 211 14 4–32 15.07 1
40 Saleem Yousuf 1982–1990 86 62 19 768 62 17.86 81 22
41 Tauseef Ahmed 1982–1990 70 25 14 116 27* 10.54 3250 32 2247 55 4–38 40.85 10
42 Shahid Mahboob 1982–1984 10 6 1 119 77 23.8 540 8 382 7 1–23 54.57 1
43 Abdul Qadir 1983–1993 104 68 26 641 41* 15.26 5100 54 3454 132 5–44 26.16 21
44 Azeem Hafeez 1983–1985 15 10 7 45 15 15 719 3 586 15 4–22 39.06 3
45 Qasim Umar 1983–1987 31 31 3 642 69 22.92 4
46 Saadat Ali 1984 8 7 1 184 78* 30.66 27 29 2 2–24 14.5 1
47 Anil Dalpat 1984–1986 15 10 3 87 37 12.42 13 2
48 Naved Anjum 1984–1992 13 12 3 113 30 12.55 472 2 344 8 2–27 43
49 Manzoor Elahi 1984–1995 54 46 13 741 50* 22.45 1743 16 1262 29 3–22 43.51 21
50 Sajid Ali 1984–1997 13 12 130 28 10.83 1
51 Zakir Khan 1984–1990 17 5 4 27 11* 27 646 4 494 16 4–19 30.87
52 Shoaib Mohammad 1984–1993 63 58 6 1269 126* 24.4 919 2 725 20 3–20 36.25 13
53 Wasim Akram 1984–2003 356 280 55 3717 86 16.52 18186 238 11812 502 5–15 23.52 88
54 Mohsin Kamal 1984–1989 19 6 3 27 11* 9 881 4 760 21 4–47 36.19 4
55 Masood Iqbal 1984 1 1 2 2 2
56 Rameez Raja 1985–1997 198 197 15 5841 119* 32.09 6 10 33
57 Zulqarnain Zaidi 1985–1989 16 6 3 18 11* 6 18 5
58 Saleem Jaffar 1986–1990 39 13 11 36 10* 18 1900 18 1382 40 3–25 34.55 3
59 Asif Mujtaba 1986–1996 66 55 14 1068 113* 26.04 756 2 658 7 2–38 94 18
60 Ijaz Ahmed 1986–2000 250 232 29 6564 139* 32.33 637 1 476 5 2–31 95.2 90
61 Younis Ahmed 1987 2 2 84 58 42 1
62 Zahid Ahmed 1987 2 2 1 3 3* 3 96 1 61 3 2–24 20.33
63 Shakeel Khan 1987 1 1 54 50 1 1–50 50
64 Haafiz Shahid 1988 3 3 2 11 7* 11 127 1 112 3 2–56 37.33
65 Aamer Malik 1988–1994 24 23 1 556 90 25.27 120 1 86 3 2–35 28.66 13 3
66 Moin-ul-Atiq 1988–1989 5 5 199 105 39.8
67 Aaqib Javed 1988–1998 163 51 26 267 45* 10.68 8012 98 5721 182 7–37 31.43 24
68 Saeed Anwar 1989–2003 247 244 19 8823 194 39.21 242 3 191 6 2–9 31.83 42
69 Mushtaq Ahmed 1989–2003 144 76 34 399 34* 9.5 7543 51 5361 161 5–36 33.29 30
70 Shahid Saeed 1989–1993 10 10 141 50 14.1 222 1 159 3 2–20 53 2
71 Waqar Younis 1989–2003 262 139 45 969 37 10.3 12698 143 9919 416 7–36 23.84 35
72 Sohail Fazal 1989 2 2 56 32 28 6 4 1
73 Akram Raza 1989–1995 49 25 14 193 33* 17.54 2601 15 1611 38 3–18 42.39 19
74 Maqsood Rana 1990 1 1 5 5 5 12 11
75 Nadeem Ghauri 1990 6 3 2 14 7* 14 342 4 230 5 2–51 46
76 Sajjad Akbar 1990 2 1 5 5 5 60 1 45 2 2–45 22.5
77 Mansoor Rana 1990 2 2 15 10 7.5 6 7
78 Zahid Fazal 1990–1994 19 18 3 348 98* 23.2 2
79 Moin Khan 1990–2004 219 183 41 3266 72* 23 214 73
80 Aamer Sohail 1990–2000 156 155 5 4780 134 31.86 4836 17 3703 85 4–22 43.56 49
81 Inzamam-ul-Haq1 1991–2007 375 348 52 11701 137* 39.53 58 1 64 3 1–0 21.33 113
82 Iqbal Sikander 1992 4 1 1 1 1* 210 2 147 3 1–30 49
83 Wasim Haider 1992 3 2 26 13 13 114 1 79 1 1–36 79
84 Tanvir Mehdi 1992 1 1 66 72 1 1–72 72
85 Rashid Latif 1992–2003 166 117 29 1709 79 19.42 182 38
86 Ata-ur-Rehman 1992–1996 30 13 6 34 11* 4.85 1492 7 1186 27 3–27 43.92
87 Arshad Khan 1993–2006 58 29 18 133 20 12.09 2823 27 1948 56 4–33 34.78 10
88 Ghulam Ali 1993–1995 3 3 53 38 17.66
89 Basit Ali 1993–1996 50 43 6 1265 127* 34.18 30 21 1 1–17 21 15
90 Aamer Nazir 1993–1995 9 3 2 13 9* 13 417 1 346 11 3–43 31.45
91 Nadeem Khan 1993–1995 2 1 2 2 2 96 81
92 Aamer Hanif 1993–1995 5 4 2 89 36* 44.5 130 122 4 3–36 30.5
93 Irfan Bhatti 1993 1 48 22 2 2–22 11 1
94 Ashfaq Ahmed 1994 3 102 2 84
95 Kabir Khan 1994–2000 10 5 4 10 5 10 371 4 303 12 2–23 25.25 1
96 Shakeel Ahmed, Jr. 1995 2 2 61 36 30.5
97 Naeem Ashraf 1995 2 2 1 24 16 24 42 52
98 Zafar Iqbal 1995 8 6 48 18 8 198 2 137 3 2–37 45.66 1
99 Javed Qadeer 1995 1 1 12 12 12 1
100 Mahmood Hamid 1995 1 1 1 1 1
101 Mohammad Akram 1995–2000 23 9 7 14 7* 7 989 6 790 19 2–28 41.57 8
102 Saleem Elahi 1995–2004 48 47 4 1579 135 36.72 6 10 10
103 Saqlain Mushtaq 1995–2003 169 98 38 711 37* 11.85 8770 66 6275 288 5–20 21.78 40
104 Saeed Azad 1995–1996 4 4 65 31 16.25 2
105 Shadab Kabir 1996 3 3 1
106 Shahid Anwar 1996 1 1 37 37 37
107 Shahid Nazir 1996–2000 17 8 7 25 8 25 810 6 649 19 3–14 34.15 4
108 Azhar Mahmood 1996–2007 143 110 26 1521 67 18.1 6242 58 4813 123 6–18 39.13 37
109 Shahid Afridi1 1996–2015 398 369 27 8064 124 23.57 17670 76 13632 395 7–12 34.51 127
110 Hasan Raza 1996–1999 16 13 242 77 18.61 1
111 Abdul Razzaq1 1996–2013 265 228 57 5080 112 29.7 10941 107 8564 269 6–35 31.83 35
112 Azam Khan 1996–1998 6 5 116 72 23.2 2
113 Zahoor Elahi 1996–1997 14 14 1 297 86 22.84 2
114 Mohammad Wasim 1996–2000 25 25 2 543 76 23.6 9
115 Mohammad Zahid 1996–2002 11 4 2 15 7* 7.5 512 8 391 10 2–20 39.1 1
116 Mujahid Jamshed 1997 4 3 1 27 23 13.5 24 1 6 1 1–6 6
117 Ijaz Ahmed jnr 1997 2 1 1 3 3* 30 25 1 1–9 25 1
118 Mohammad Hussain 1997–1998 14 12 7 154 31* 30.8 672 2 547 13 4–33 42.07 5
119 Akhtar Sarfraz 1997–1998 4 4 66 25 16.5
120 Manzoor Akhtar 1997–1998 7 4 97 44 24.25 199 184 5 4–50 36.8 1
121 Fazl-e-Akbar 1998–2001 2 1 7 7 7 72 2 48
122 Mohammad Yousuf1, 2 1998–2010 288 273 40 9720 141* 41.71 2 1 1 Jan-00 1 50
123 Shoaib Akhtar1 1998–2007 163 84 40 394 43 8.95 7764 99 6169 247 6–16 24.97 20
124 Asif Mahmood 1998 2 2 14 14 7
125 Wajahatullah Wasti 1999–2000 15 15 349 84 23.26 55 69 3 3–36 23 5
126 Imran Nazir 1999–2007 79 79 2 1895 160 24.61 49 48 1 1–3 48 24
127 Shabbir Ahmed 1999–2005 32 11 5 10 2 1.66 1642 25 1192 33 3–32 36.12 10
128 Shoaib Malik 1999– 244 221 34 6548 143 35.01 7529 38 5852 153 4–19 38.24 88
129 Imran Abbas 2000 2 2 29 28 14.5 1
130 Yasir Arafat 2000–2014 11 8 3 74 27 14.8 414 2 373 4 1–28 93.25 2
131 Younus Khan 2000–2015 264 254 23 7240 144 31.34 284 1 288 3 1–3 96 134
132 Faisal Iqbal 2000–2007 18 16 2 314 100* 22.42 18 33 3
133 Irfan Fazil 2000 1 1 15 15 15 36 46
134 Atiq-uz-Zaman 2000 3 3 1 34 18 17 3 1
135 Imran Farhat 2001–2013 58 58 2 1719 107 30.69 116 2 110 6 3–10 18.33 14
136 Humayun Farhat 2001 5 3 60 39 20 4 3
137 Mohammad Sami 2001–2015 87 46 19 314 46 11.62 4284 42 3567 121 5–10 29.47 19
138 Kashif Raza 2001 1 1 1 2 2* 30 36 1 1–36 36
139 Taufeeq Umar 2001–2005 22 22 1 504 81* 24 72 85 1 1–49 85 9
140 Danish Kaneria 2001–2007 18 10 8 12 6* 6 854 11 683 15 3–31 45.53 2
141 Naved Latif 2001–2003 11 11 262 113 23.81 48 51 2
142 Misbah-ul-Haq 2002–2015 162 149 31 5122 96* 43.4 24 30 66
143 Kamran Akmal 2002–2014 154 135 14 3168 124 26.18 156 31
144 Mohammad Hafeez 2003– 182 182 10 5527 140* 32.13 6812 44 4694 129 Apr-41 36.38 68
145 Umar Gul 2003– 130 65 18 457 39 9.72 6064 68 5253 179 6–42 29.34 17
146 Rana Naved-ul-Hasan 2003–2007 74 51 18 524 33 15.87 3466 25 3221 110 6–27 29.28 16
147 Yasir Hameed 2003–2007 56 56 1 2028 127* 36.87 18 26 14
148 Faisal Athar 2003 1 1 9 9 9
149 Junaid Zia 2003 4 2 1 2 2* 2 145 1 127 3 3–21 42.33
150 Salman Butt 2004–2010 60 60 3 2185 136 38.33 69 90 17
151 Bazid Khan 2004 5 5 131 66 26.2 12 11 1
152 Iftikhar Anjum 2004–2008 62 34 19 234 32 15.6 2960 41 2430 77 5–30 31.55 10
153 Mohammad Khalil 2005 3 1 1 144 144 5 2–55 28.8 2
154 Mohammad Asif1 2005–2010 38 11 5 34 6 5.5 1941 26 997 46 3–28 33.13 5
155 Abdur Rehman 2006–2014 31 23 6 142 31 8.35 1624 12 1142 30 4–48 38.06 7
156 Fawad Alam 2007–2015 38 36 12 966 114* 40.25 398 377 5 1–8 75.4 10
157 Najaf Shah 2007 1 1 0 0 0 60 1 59
158 Sohail Tanvir 2007– 62 40 11 399 59 13.75 2949 24 2566 71 5–48 36.16 15
159 Sarfraz Ahmed 2007– 67 52 9 1498 105 34.83 60 20
160 Nasir Jamshed 2008–2015 48 48 3 1418 112 31.51 13
161 Samiullah Khan 2008 2 120 115
162 Kamran Hussain 2008 2 1 1 28 28* 102 67 3 2–32 22.33
163 Khalid Latif 2008 5 5 147 64 29.4 1
164 Sohail Khan 2008– 13 6 1 25 7 5 666 4 597 19 5–55 31.42 3
165 Abdur Rauf 2008 4 214 1 212 8 3–24 26.5 2
166 Khurram Manzoor 2008 7 7 236 83 33.71 3
167 Rizwan Ahmed 2008 1 24 26 1
168 Wahab Riaz 2008– 77 56 13 589 54* 13.69 3589 19 3347 101 May-46 33.13 21
169 Naumanullah 2008 1 1 5 5 5
170 Mansoor Amjad 2008 1 1 5 5 5 48 1 44 1 1–44 44
171 Saeed Ajmal 2008–2015 113 70 24 324 33 7.04 6000 50 4182 184 5–24 22.72 25
172 Ahmed Shehzad 2009– 75 75 1 2510 124 33.91 115 0 140 2 22-Jan 70 26
173 Mohammad Amir 2009– 29 21 6 269 73* 17.93 1512 13 1221 45 28-Apr 27.13 6
174 Umar Akmal 2009– 116 105 17 3044 102* 34.59 77 13
175 Shahzaib Hasan 2010 3 3 0 100 50 33.33 0
176 Umar Amin 2010– 15 15 1 269 59 19.21 30 18 0 5
177 Asad Shafiq 2010– 60 58 4 1336 84 24.74 12 0 18 0 14 0
178 Mohammad Irfan 2010– 60 33 21 48 12 4 3109 31 2549 83 30-Apr 30.71 11 0
179 Zulqarnain Haider 2010 4 4 2 48 19* 24 1 0
180 Hammad Azam 2011 11 7 2 80 36 16 198 169 2 21-Jan 84.5 4 0
181 Junaid Khan 2011– 56 25 12 60 25 4.61 2666 24 2388 83 12-Apr 28.77 5 0
182 Mohammad Salman 2011 7 3 1 22 19* 11 8 2
183 Tanvir Ahmed 2011 2 1 0 18 18 18 60 0 83 2 Jan-38 41.5 1 0
184 Usman Salahuddin 2011 2 2 0 13 8 6.5 1 0
185 Azhar Ali 2011– 45 45 3 1605 102 38.21 258 0 260 4 26-Feb 65 6
186 Adnan Akmal 2011 5 4 1 62 27 20.66 3 0
187 Aizaz Cheema 2011 14 6 3 26 9* 8.66 658 3 593 23 Apr-43 25.78 2 0
188 Yasir Shah 2011– 17 9 3 102 32* 17 849 1 766 18 26-Jun 42.55 4 0
189 Rahat Ali 2012- 14 7 4 8 6* 2.66 679 1 658 18 Mar-40 36.55 1 0
190 Ehsan Adil 2013 6 4 1 27 15 9 225 223 4 31-Jan 55.75 0 0
191 Asad Ali 2013 4 2 0 13 11 6.5 180 6 115 2 22-Jan 57.5 0 0
192 Haris Sohail 2013- 22 21 3 774 89* 43 456 444 9 Mar-45 49.33 9 0
193 Sohaib Maqsood 2013- 25 24 2 725 89* 39.25 54 42 1 16-Jan 42 9 0
194 Anwar Ali 2013- 22 16 5 321 43* 29.18 927 1 944 18 Mar-66 52.44 4 0
195 Bilawal Bhatti 2013- 10 7 1 89 39 14.83 409 4 439 6 Mar-37 73.16 2 0
196 Sharjeel Khan 2013- 25 25 0 812 152 32.48 0 0 0 0 0 6 0
197 Mohammad Talha 2014- 3 1 0 0 0 0 122 1 146 4 22-Feb 36.5 0 0
198 Zulfiqar Babar 2014- 5 5 3 35 14* 17.5 294 1 246 4 Feb-52 61.5 0 0
199 Raza Hasan 2014 1 1 0 0 0 0 60 68 1 Jan-68 68 0 0
200 Mohammad Rizwan 2015- 25 22 6 460 75* 28.75 0 0 0 0 0 24 0
201 Saad Nasim 2015- 3 3 1 99 77* 49.5 36 0 46 0 0 0 0 0
202 Sami Aslam 2015- 4 4 0 78 45 19.5 0 0
203 Babar Azam 2015- 23 23 1 1168 123 53.09 9 0
204 Imad Wasim 2015- 18 14 5 332 63* 36.88 863 1 690 23 14-May 30 7 0
205 Aamer Yamin 2015- 3 2 1 63 62 63 102 1 89 1 Jan-38 89 0 0
206 Bilal Asif 2015- 3 3 0 40 38 13.33 132 1 96 6 25-May 19.2 2 0
207 Iftikhar Ahmed 2015- 2 2 0 8 5 4 60 0 49 1 31-Jan 49 1 0
208 Zafar Gohar 2015- 1 1 0 15 15 15 60 0 54 2 Feb-54 27 4 0
209 Hasan Ali 2016- 13 7 3 37 13 9.25 658 1 651 23 May-52 28.3 2 0
210 Mohammad Nawaz 2016- 9 8 2 143 53 23.83 405 0 362 11 Apr-42 32.9 1 0
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PSL final will be held in Lahore

PSL

Pakistan Super League Chairman Najam Sethi promised cricket fans in Pakistan that the PSL final will be held in the city of Lahore, even in the absence of foreign players, if the fans do not want the venue to change following Monday’s bombing.Najam Sethi PSL

“The foreign players have refused to play the final in Lahore after Monday’s blast, but if the citizens of Pakistan want the final of PSL to be held in Lahore despite foreign players not participating in the final, then the final will be held in Lahore,” said Sethi in his statement.

Sethi added that the security agencies have committed to providing full security for the final.

Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah said that Punjab is ready to host the final of PSL with full security and added that Lahore is safe for the players even after Monday’s bombing.

Earlier, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), before the start of the league, held a meeting with foreign players to assure them regarding security.

The final for the PSL is scheduled to be held on March 5 in Lahore and PCB have yet to announce any new dates and will decide after contacting the concern departments about security.

PCB provisionally suspends Nasir Jamshed

The PCB on Monday provisionally suspended opener Nasir Jamshed for violation of the board’s Anti-Corruption Code, said a tweet by PSL Chairman Najam Sethi.

The suspension extends to all formats of the game.

Source: Www.dawn.com

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PCB suspends Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif from PSL over corruption charges

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The Pakistan Cricket Board has provisionally suspended two players — Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif — under its Anti-Corruption Code as part of an ongoing investigation into an international syndicate which is believed to be attempting to corrupt the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Sharjeel khan and Khalid Latif

“Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif have been suspended and the rigorous and wide-ranging investigation by the PCB supported by the ICC will continue as part of collective efforts to protect the integrity of the sport,” read a statement issued by the PCB on Friday.

“It would not be appropriate to comment on the specifics of the case, however, this investigation is a clear demonstration of our determination to drive corruption out of our sport, said PSL Chairman Najam Sethi.

We will not tolerate any form of corrupt activity and as this investigation proceeds we will not hesitate to take further decisive action as appropriate, Sethi was quoted as saying.

Both Latif and Khan were part of the Islamabad United team in the ongoing second edition of the PSL.

“The investigation of the PCB Anti-Corruption Unit backed by the ICC ACU has been effective in dealing with this case to date and we will continue to work in the closest collaboration as the investigation proceeds. We are all absolutely committed to relentlessly pursuing anyone who would seek to damage the integrity of our sport,” read the statement issued by PCB.

While commenting on the matter. PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan said, “I must remind all players of their responsibilities in the fight against corruption. They must understand that if they even think they may have been the subject of a suspicious approach, it is their obligation under the PCB Anti-Corruption Code to report it to an appropriate anti-corruption official as a matter of urgency.”

“Under no circumstances will the PCB condone actions of a few individuals to bring disrepute to the game of cricket or taint the image of Pakistan,” he said.

The PCB and the ICC will not make any further comment in respect of ongoing investigation, the statement concluded.

The PCB chairman, while talking to media after returning to Pakistan, said: “I am disgusted and saddened that these two players did this despite everything done for them by the board.”

‘Islamabad United disappointed’

“We are understandably disappointed at this development but emphasise on our commitment to a zero-tolerance policy towards any violations of the rules or stated guidelines, said a statement issued by the team’s media manager.

“We will be looking to find replacements for the squad as soon as possible,” it added.

As per the PCB’s policy and guidelines, we will have no further comment on this issue, it concluded.

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