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Fakhar Zaman (Urdu: فخر زمان, Pashtu: فخر زمان; born April 10, 1990) is a prominent Pakistani international cricketer born in the Khandeshwar Mardan area of ​​Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He is one of the Pakistan cricket team members. Lahore cricket and Balochistan represent in domestic cricket. He is playing for Habib Bank Limited in first-class cricket. He is basically a left-handed opener. Also, he is bowling the orthodox in the left hand.

The Pakistan Super League has signed an agreement with Lahore Kalandars for the second installment. He was nominated for a limited overs team to play against West Indies in March, 2017. However, there was no opportunity to participate in any of the games in the series. On March 30, 2017, Twenty20 debut against the same team was made. In April 2010, the ICC Champions Trophy was selected for the competition.

Sarfaraz Ahmed (Urdu: سرفراز احمد; born 22 May 1987) is a cricket player who as a wicketkeeper batsman plays cricket at international level in the Pakistan cricket team. Sarfaraz is the captain of the Pakistan Cricket Team’s Twenty20 cricket team and he is the vice-captain of Pakistan team in one-day internationals. Sarfaraz is a fast-bodied player because he makes fast runs and he is considered to be more successful in Twenty20 cricket. Sarfaraz, the son of Shakeel Ahmed Maaman, who was the head of ‘Shakeel Brothers’, is a publishing company. 2016 ICC in India Sarfraz Ahmed was named the captain of Pakistan’s Twenty20 team due to World Twenty20 Cup, and under his captaincy Pakistan team had defeated the 2016 T20 World Cup champions West Indies 3-0 in the 3 match series.

Life

Sarfraz Ahmad was born on 22 May 1987, in the house of father Shakeel Ahmed in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. He is a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper. Sarfraz played his first Test match against the Australian Cricket team on 14 January 2010 and played his first one-day international against the Indian cricket team on 18 November 2007. He was the 198th Pakistani player to play Test cricket and he was Pakistan’s 156th player to play one-day internationals.

Captaincy skills

When Shahid Afridi quit the captaincy on April 3, 2016, Pakistan Cricket Board made Sarfraz Ahmed the captain of Pakistan Twenty20 team on 5 April 2016. Under his captaincy, the Pakistani team won their first match with nine wickets against England. Under his captaincy, the team defeated the current champion West Indies champions West Indies in the 2016 World Cup and sealed the series 3-0. This was the first time that That the Pakistani cricket team has won the 3 match Twenty20 series 3-0.

Shoaib Malik (Shoaib Malik, Urdu: شعیب ملک Born: February 1, 1982) is a former Pakistani cricketer. He has played Test cricket for Pakistan, one day internationals and international Twenty20 matches. He made his debut in the One Day Internationals against West Indies Cricket Team in 1999. He has played Test cricket matches for Pakistan from 2001 to 2010. In 2015 he announced his retirement from examinations. He also played in local tournaments for the Asian Eleven team, Barbados Tritants, Gujranwala Cricket Association, Hobart Hawkins, Karachi Kings, Multan Sultan and Pakistani Reserves.

International matches

Test cricket

He made his debut in the first Test match against Bangladesh in Bangladesh on August 29 in the 2001 Asia Cup against Bangladesh. In the first match of the match, he bowled four overs in bowling and scored 18 runs. His average was 4.32. He then bowled two overs in the second over and scored 8 runs. But did not capture the target. In the match, Pakistani team won by goals.

Final match

In 2015, England cricket team played in the United Arab Emirates. On November 1, he finally played in the third Test match against England at the Emirates Cricket Stadium in Sharjah. In the first match of the match, he scored 38 off 91 balls and was stunned by Stuart Pratt’s bowling. He bowled 10 overs and bowled 33 runs. In this, he scored 3 goals in the maiden and took 4 goals. Anderson was dismissed for the first time in the second half of the bowling average. He bowled 15 overs in the bowling and bowled 26 runs. He scored 4 ODIs as a Maidan. He took 3 goals. Pakistan won the match by 127 runs.

One day international cricket

In 1999 Kokkak Kola won the Pakistani squad for the Vancouver Cup, which he made in the Second ODI against the West Indies Cricket Championship in Sharjah on October 14. In the match, he picked up eight wickets and scored 34 runs. In which he was thrown into a maiden. In the match, Pakistani team won by 130 runs.

International Twenty 20

In 2006, the Pakistan Cricket Team toured England. He made his debut in the Twenty20 World Twenty 20 against England Cricket on 28 August. He scored 16 runs from 16 balls. It includes 2 fours. In this match, the Pakistani team won by 5 goals

Mohammad Babar Azam (Urdu: محمد بابر اعظم, born October 15, 1994) is an international Pakistani cricketer who plays for three Pakistani cricketers for the Pakistani Cricket Team of the Under-19 World Cup in 2012. Vice-captain of the current Pakistan squad One day, he has been ranked number one in the list of 1,000 and 2,000 runs in one of the most rapidly in international cricket matches. He has created a world record of the first 25 matches.

Muhammad Amir is a fast bowler of Pakistan cricket team. He is a left-arm fast bowler, who bowls bowling in all formats of cricket and bowl 140-145 kilometers per hour regularly . He started his first class in 2007, and at the age of 17 made his first One Day International and Test appearance in Sri Lanka in 2009. He played his first international match during the 2009 ICC World Twenty20, where he played every one, helped to win the national team tournaments. Amir was told by Pakistan’s left-arm fast bowler Wasim Akram as a possibility of becoming a major fast bowler, who had chosen him as a prospect in 2007. Since Amir was established in the international arena, former Pakistani batsman Rameez Raja, as also Akram himself has said, “He is more clever than [Akram] in 18 years”.

Mohammad Aamir was born on April 13, 1992 in Pakistan’s Gujjar Khan. Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram is credited with giving space to Mohammad Aamir’s talent. In 2007-2008, Aamir was emerging as a talented young bowler in Pakistan. People compare Aamir’s bowling with Wasim Akram. By 2010, Aamir had been established as a great bowler. Aamir left his mark in Pakistan’s domestic cricket in 2009. Aamir was also sentenced to one year in Britain. He was facing a five-year ban for spot-fixing.

Twenty 20 International career

2009 ICC World Twenty 20

Amir made his international debut against England at the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 Group stage. Shoaib Malik took only Ravi Bopara’s wicket in his first ball, and scored only one run in his first innings in international cricket.

After continuing the tournament, Amir continued to move forward and took his wicket in the opening match of 6 out of 7 matches, including the finals. He was particularly impressive in using a small ball, often with the ball bouncers running on his batsmen, the ball had to be met to catch them. Amir continued his fast bowling speed of 145 kmph (90 miles per hour) to 13, and 152 kilometers per hour (94.4 miles per hour) against Sri Lanka in the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 final. His most important moment came arguably during the inauguration of the 2009 Twenty20 World Cup finals against Sri Lanka. Tillakaratne Dilshan, the top scorer of the tournament, got a wicket for five consecutive wickets and he managed to finish the over with one wicket.

2010 ICC World Twenty 20

In the opening round of the 2010 World Cup, Amir took three wickets in five wickets in the Twenty 20 International against Australia. The second two men were run out in the same over, making it one bowler in Twenty 20 for a team and a world record of three wickets for 5 wickets.

Pakistan Cricket Board Agreement

The Pakistan Cricket Board ignored amir, after his extraordinary performance in the 2009 ICC World Twenty 20 by providing cricket contacts to Abdul Razzaq and Mohammad Yusuf. Later, Pakistan Cricket Board honored Amir with ‘C’ category contract

One day international career

Amir took 3 wickets at an economy rate of 4.50 against Sri Lanka and scored 23 runs in one-day internationals. During the 9th November 2009, he scored 73 against New Zealand, which was a record for 10 batsmen in one-day history, until Ravi Rampal crossed the record which was 86 in batting at number 10 in 2011. In that innings, along with his batting partner Saeed Ajmal, Amir chased 103 against Pakistan, less than just 7 runs.

He influenced the Pakistan cricket team, including Wasim Akram, who had taken credit for the search of the rich, although Akram later commented that the rich need to gain more weight for their development.

Later in 2009, Pakistan toured Sri Lanka and in the first one-day international match, they shared 62-run partnership with fast bowler Umar Gul for the tenth wicket, but Pakistan faced defeat by 36 runs. He played a game against New Zealand in 2009-2010 during a match in the third one-day international match, when Pakistan had 8 wickets in 86 runs, he scored an unbeaten 73, in which one-day international batsman Scored the highest score and scored 103 runs. Saeed Ajmal, the 10th wicket partnership he was unable to achieve the target of 212 runs, because Ajmal was declared in the last over and Pakistan lost by just 7 runs.

On 30 August 2016, Nottingham became the first cricketer to score a half century in the ODIs after reaching the richest after reaching number 1 against England, 58 after reaching the final in the batting order. He was left in the next match against England two days later.

2017 ICC Champions Trophy

He made record for the eighth wicket partnership with Sarfraz Ahmed in ICC Champions Trophy History (75 *).

Main article: 2017 ICC Champions Trophy Final

Rich Pakistan was decisive to help claim the top three wickets against the top rival in the final of the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy. Amir has rated Indian cricketer Virat Kohli as the world’s best batsman. Kohli rated Amir as one of the ‘toughest’ bowlers to face in world cricket.

Pakistan’s left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Aamir is rated as Virat Kohli very high in the form of a batsman and he described Virat Kohli as the world’s best batsman at this time. According to Virat Kohli, Mohammad Aamir is one of the world’s top two or three bowlers.

Test career

After his successful 200 T20 World Cup tournament, Amir was selected in the Test team for the series in Sri Lanka in Pakistan. He was selected alongside fast bowler Umar Gul and Abdur Rauf, before that he started his Test career well before the most notable and experienced names like Sohail Tanvir, taking six wickets in the match, in which Sri Lankan captain Kumar Sangakkara took wickets in both innings and also took wickets in the second innings of Sri Lankan batsman Mahela Jayawardene. Although he did not get any wicket in his next two Test matches. His next Test wicket came in New Zealand, in which he took four wickets in the first Test match during the losing game. He won his first Test match with Pakistan team during his fifth Test match, because Pakistan won more than 141 runs, they also took three wickets for the second wicket with Ross Taylor, who scored 97 in the second innings. Scored. He showed brilliantly with the bat and showed a solid technique for the lower order batsman.

During the series of Tests against Australia in 2010, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, he took his first five wickets, in which Australian batsmen Ricky Ponting, Michael Hussey and Michael Clarke got wickets. On 24 July 2010, he was impressive in helping Australia win the second Test against Australia; Pakistan won the first Test match against them in 15 years, which also made the series 1-1. During this match they took a total of 7 wickets, and declared the man of the match. Overall, in the second series, he was the leading wicket taker of both the teams with his 11 wickets.

In the summer of 2010, Aamir was honored for the match award to become the youngest player to take five wickets in England. He also became the youngest player to take 50 Test wickets in praise of many former international cricketers. In that crucial series against England, he took 19 wickets, Pakistan’s highest and third best third place by an excellent average of 18.3. He also achieved 2 five wickets.

Spot fixing charges

In August 2010, English newspaper News of the World alleged that the wealthy and fellow bowler Mohammad Asif bowled the balls without paying for Pakistan’s betting syndicate during the 2010 tour of Pakistan.

The News of the World alleged that affiliate agents with some Pakistani players, who were later identified as Majahar Majid, had accepted the bribe of 150,000 pounds (US $ 232,665) from the mask reporter Mehar Mahmood, in which Amir and Asif were deliberately unable to deliver any ball during the match, specific points, information which is given by the gambler for internal information (to match a match result to match a match result Make bets with a process) that as a pot-fixing can be used.

In a video posted by News of the World, Majid, while calculating the bribe money, promised that Amir would be Pakistan’s bowler for the first over and the third ball of the ball would be a ball ball. Amir bowled in the first over, and bowled a no ball delivery on his third delivery from the over. The comment described the distribution as a “massive overstep”, which was a good half meter beyond the popping crease. Majid also predicted that the sixth strike of the tenth over would be a no ball, and the ball delivered by Asif was also a no-ball delivery.

As a result of the allegations and videos posted by News of the World, Scotland Yard announced during the evening that they had arrested Majeed on charges of conspiracy to betray bookmakers.

The allegations influenced Mohammed Amir brand as Pakistani kit supplier Boomboom Cricket. He announced that after emerging from the details of the allegations, he temporarily suspended his relations with Amir. Boomboom said that once the [rich] appointed officials make a decision, they will “make a full decision”

Pakistani selector On Sayeed announced that Amir and two other accused Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif had withdrawn from England tour because they were facing mental torture faced by the allegations. Aamir also opposes his innocence in allegations.

Suspension, tribunal and sanctions

On September 2, 2010, after the warm-up list A game between Pakistan and Somerset, the International Cricket Council announced that they had suspended Amir under the provisions of the ICC Code of Criminal Code. It has been said in the statement of the ICC that three players (Asif, Amir and Salman Butt) had been charged that in the case of alleged irregular behavior for players and player support of ICC anti-corruption code and in relation to Article 2 Under the various offenses were charged under. Lord’s last month for the fourth Test between England and Pakistan.

Aamir has received sympathy for several former cricketers, including former England captain Michael Atherton. In an article for News of the World, Atherton said that wealth is a property for sports and should not be punished with harsh punishment on the basis of his talent and age of youth. Etherton, now a journalist and broadcaster, told that former England captain Nasser Hussain had summed up the essence of Lord’s mood on Sunday:

“Nasir Hussain, once I had seen walking around in the early hours of the morning around the team hotel in Sri Lanka, was not getting a test match, so he was worried that he was about his form, he said, ‘Please don’ is not going to be a child. ‘

Atherton said: “Mohammed Amir was a young, happy, and proud talented Pakistani bowler in the question of the child who had blown England in the second session at Lord’s, which was a mystical magic of left-handed bowling and now, we were told , Had exceeded the front line twice for a few dollars. ”

Former South African bowler Henry Williams has treated Mohammed Amir for mercy on being found guilty of spot-fixing.

The ICC announced that Aamir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt had appealed to the ICC. Set up your hearing on suspension and queue between 30 and 31 October 2010. Pakistan’s Home Ministry gave back their passports to three players so that they could travel to the queue hearing.

With the use of the National Cricket Academy in Gaddafi Stadium, the Pakistan Cricket Board stopped Mohammed Aamir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt. They have been removed in the name of spot-fixing till they have been stopped, the board said that before the notice was sent, Butt had used the facilities and Asif and Amir did not use them.

Amir and Butt were heard by the ICC on 30 and 31 October 2010. Although he was dismissed and the players were temporarily suspended. The case does not decide whether the rich is guilty, but if his suspension should be raised. Both Butt and Amir told the ICC why their suspension was rejected, no evidence was given about this. Because the players could not participate in international cricket because their contract of all three was also suspended by the Pakistan Cricket Board.

Mohammad Amir said he was desperate to return to international cricket. He said that he was keeping his fitness level high and participating in club cricket.

Geo News also reported that the Scotland Yard can call back Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt in the UK to complete the investigation of spot-fixing, but Amit’s teammate Butt was included in the spot-fixing scandal . That he wanted a delay in his hearing because he wanted Scotland Yard investigation to be completed first, however, Amir and Asif announced that they were planning to go ahead with their tests because they decided to reach quickly So that they could be selected for the World Cup team.

Amir, Butt and Asif had a tribunal in front of the 3-11 panel in front of the panel of ICC members on 6-11 January 2011. The lawyers of the rich requested that the Tribunal did not announce their conclusions on the tribunal’s conclusion, so that the tribunal should have time to fully review the evidence. The tribunal announced on its conclusion that they would announce their findings and possible restrictions about one month (fifth of February 2011). The tribunal had announced that additional charges against Salman Butt had been filed on Majeed’s statement about the third test, while Amir and Asif will not face any allegation on this test.

On 5 February 2011, the ICC tribunal gave Amir a five-year ban, his associate Mohammed Asif was banned for seven years and Salman Butt was banned for 10 years by participating in any cricket-related activities organized by the ICC. . Or immediately after the decision of any of its members, Amir announced his intent to appeal the court’s decision to the arbitrator, Amir also said that he hopes to return to international cricket soon after he says that he is entitled to “Qatar Financial The support and support from the Pakistani fans supporting him outside were received. Some former players of the world like Michael Vaughan, Andrew F.

The Pakistan national cricket team is an international team representing Pakistan. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has been controlled by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Pakistan is also a member of the International Cricket Council. Pakistan is represented in Test cricket, ODI cricket and Twenty20 matches.

Pakistan has won the 1992 Cricket World Cup organized by the International Cricket Council. I C. C. The Pakistan World Cup winning under the 19-year World Cup was awarded twice (2004 and 2006). Pakistan is the only team to have achieved this feat. Pakistan was also the champions of the World Twenty20 World Cup in 2009. Pakistan reached the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy three times. It was in 2000, 2004 and 2009.