Full name: Mohammad Nawaz
Born: March 21, 1994, Rawalpindi, Punjab
Current age: 25 years 322 days
Major teams: Pakistan, Edmonton Royals, National Bank of Pakistan, Pakistan A,
Pakistan Under-15s, Pakistan Under-19s, Pakistan Under-23s, Quetta Gladiators,
Rajshahi Royals, Rawalpindi, Rawalpindi Rams.
National side: Pakistan
Playing role: All-rounder
Batting style: Left-hand bat
Bowling style: Slow left-arm orthodox
Mohammad Nawaz hails from Rawalpindi, the city which delivered cricketers like Shoaib Akhtar, Azhar Mahmood, Mohammad Wasim and Yasir Arafat. Nawaz is an all-rounder who has had extraordinary accomplishment at the lesser level, and had been a significant part during his Under-19 cricketing days.
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His consistency at the lesser level helped him guarantee a spot in the National Cricket Academy squad (Pakistan) which visited West Indies for the World Championship during the year 2008. From that point forward he has spoken to Pakistan
U-16’s, 19’s and had an incredible run both as a batsman and as a bowler.
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He was additionally a normal part in the national side during the 2012 U-19 World Cup which was held in Australia. He
plays for National Bank of Pakistan and Rawalpindi Rams in the household circuit and provincial T20 alliance separately.
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Nawaz, who spoke to Quetta Gladiators in the debut Pakistan Super League, dazzled every last one with his inside and
out capacities. He wound up as the third-most elevated wicket-taker of the period, and was before long drafted into the
national side for Asia cup 2016 in Bangladesh.
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In the wake of making his introduction in the Asia cup against UAE, Nawaz didn’t take long to initiate his profession in the other two arrangements. His ODI debut came against Ireland during Pakistan’s voyage through England in 2016, and the
Test cricket submersion in October of that year against the Windies. Be that as it may, after three Tests he has been
neglected by the selectors. The nearness of Yasir Shah and the rise of Shadab Khan implied he wasn’t picked for
the arrival arrangement to the Windies in mid 2017.
He was a piece of the ODI squad which visited Australia yet just got one game on the visit. He was not picked for the Champions Trophy, which Pakistan in the long run wound up winning.
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At the point when cricket came back to Pakistan in 2017, Nawaz was named in the 15-man squad to take on World XI.
Prior to that, Benoni Zalmi got him in the Global T20 League drafts.
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Batting and fielding averages
|Batting & Bowling||Team||Opposition||Ground||Date||Scorecard|
|41*, 1/29||Royals||v Tigers||Dhaka||17-01-2020||T20|
|2/13, 14||Royals||v Challengers||Dhaka||15-01-2020||T20|
|0/15, 17*||Royals||v Thunder||Sylhet||4-01-2020||T20|
|15*, 2/21||Royals||v Rangers||Sylhet||2-01-2020||T20|
|0/32, 1||Blitz||v Giants||Cape Town||6-12-2019||T20|
|7, 0/28||Blitz||v Spartans||Cape Town||1-12-2019||T20|
|1/32||Blitz||v Durban Heat||Cape Town||28-11-2019||T20|
|1/23, 41||Blitz||v Paarl Rocks||Cape Town||24-11-2019||T20|
|0/29, 6||Blitz||v Paarl Rocks||Paarl||10-11-2019||T20|
|0/35||Blitz||v Jozi Stars||Johannesburg||8-11-2019||T20|