Full Name: Fakhar Zaman
Born: 10 Apr 1990 Mardan, North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan
Current age: 29 years 280 day(s)
Major teams: Pakistan A, Pakistan, Karachi Whites Under-19s, Karachi Zone VI,
Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Limited, Swabi, Peshawar Region, FATA Region,
Karachi Under-23s, Karachi Zone VI Under-19s, Lahore Qalandars Team.
National side: Pakistan
Batting style: Left handed
Bowling style: Left Arm orthodox
Fakhar Zaman, born in Katlang, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa made his top notch debut for Karachi Blues in the year 2013. He moved to Karachi at 16 years old and joined the naval force. Following a year long tryst, he changed his thoughtfulness regarding cricket and has figured out how to continue that from that point forward.
A left-gave batsman and a helpful low maintenance moderate left-armer, his techniques suit the constrained overs design. He had an incredible run in the 2016 version of the Pakistan Cup where he scored 297 runs in five games including 2 fifties and a century. Along these lines, wound up as the second most noteworthy run-getter behind Ahmed Shehzad. His stroke-filled 115 in the finale helped his group – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to win the title.
Related: Karachi Kings PSL 2020 Squad
Solid exhibitions in pretty much every organization at the household level implied he has a lasting spot in the Lahore Qalandars side for the second release of the PSL. His ‘see the ball, hit the ball’ approach makes him a group puller and a bundle that is difficult to overlook in shorter arrangements of the game. His fireworks earned him a spot in Pakistan’s squad for the Champions Trophy in mid 2017.
Also, he got the open door with two hands by being the Man of the last obligingness a shining ton in the finale against main adversaries India. Pakistan turned into the most recent group to win the Champions Trophy and 252 runs in 4 games made Fakhar Zaman a notice kid in the Pakistani cricket club. He was sidelined for the first group game against India however then was given a presentation against South Africa in the subsequent game. A quickfire 31 off 23 balls began his universal dream and he never thought back post that. Fifties against Lanka and England and afterward the icing was the ton in the finals.
Man of the match CT finals:
S Watson(2006 and 2009)
Batting and fielding averages
|Batting & Fielding||Mat||Inns||NO||Runs||HS||Ave||BF||SR||100||50||4s||6s||Ct||St|
|Batting & Bowling||Team||Opposition||Ground||Date||Scorecard|
|1/39, 66, 1/33, 7||Khyber||v Northern||Karachi||2-12-2019||FC|
|7, 1/1, 21, 1/0||Khyber||v Central PNJB||Karachi||25-11-2019||FC|
|9, 1/1, 2/2||Khyber||v Balochistan||Karachi||18-11-2019||FC|
|0/3, 23, 1/6||Khyber||v Southern PNJ||Abbottabad||11-11-2019||FC|
|2||Pakistan||v Australia||Canberra||5-11-2019||T20I # 1002|
|0||Pakistan||v Australia||Sydney||3-11-2019||T20I # 999|
|43||Pakistanis||v CA XI||Sydney||31-10-2019||Other T20|
|82*||Khyber||v Central PNJB||Faisalabad||22-10-2019||T20|