Full Name: Kamran Akmal
Born: 13 Jan 1982 Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Current age: 37 years 361 day(s)
Major teams: Pakistan Under-19s, Pakistan A, Pakistan, Lahore Lions,
PSL Peshawar Zalmi Team, Pakistan Cricket Board XI, Lahore, Pakistan Masters,
Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman’s XI, Federal United, Lahore Region Whites.
National side: Pakistan
Batting style: Right-handed
Kamran Akmal likely could be the most determined evidence of cricket’s changed needs post-Adam Gilchrist. Sides presently scan for a touchy batsman who can change a day, an innings, a stage with the bat thus long as you can recognize right wicketkeeping glove from left, the spot is yours.
There has been little uncertainty about Akmal’s batting. The immaculateness of his drives and the quality of his cutting and pulling, especially on more slow subcontinent surfaces, has constantly held a solid charm. What’s more, when it meets up as it did one January morning in Karachi against India – one of the Test innings of that decade – he makes it in the side as a batsman alone.
In any case, his glovework, which started so promisingly when he successfully finished the dogfight between Rashid Latif and Moin Khan in late 2004, has weakened alarmingly and hardly any Pakistan matches are finished without an ungainly Akmal mistake.
It wasn’t in every case in this way, for he was acceptable when he started, sufficient to dazzle Ian Healy. Be that as it may, relentless cricket in every one of the three arrangements have let specialized blunders creep in and pundits and specialists have since quite a while ago pushed for the requirement for him to take a break.
To quality turn, he is regularly as lost as the batsmen and Danish Kaneria, throughout the years, has endured specifically. In a string of blunder ridden exhibitions, the one no one will overlook will be the four dropped gets (and a missed run-out) in the Sydney Test of 2009-10, which enabled Australia to escape with an exceptional, horrible win. Against this, the memory of his Karachi hundred will consistently fight, with no reasonable champ ever prone to develop. The tryst with discussion does his motivation nothing more than trouble, with his refusal to acknowledge his downgrade from the side in the outcome of a tragic Sydney Test in 2009, inspiring an unforgiving fine and a disciplinary probation from the PCB.
Batting and fielding averages
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|3c/0s, 41, 2c/1s||Central PNJB||v Northern||Karachi||27 Dec 2019||FC|
|16, 2c/0s||Gallopers||v Hunters||Doha||16 Dec 2019||Other OD|
|25, 2c/0s||Gallopers||v Flying Oryx||Doha||14 Dec 2019||Other OD|
|7, 1c/0s||Gallopers||v Gladiators||Doha||12 Dec 2019||Other OD|
|24||Gallopers||v Stormers||Doha||11 Dec 2019||Other OD|
|25||Gallopers||v Hunters||Doha||9 Dec 2019||Other OD|
|29, 0c/0s||Gallopers||v Riders||Doha||8 Dec 2019||Other OD|
|68, 3c/0s, 47||Central PNJB||v Southern PNJ||Karachi||2 Dec 2019||FC|
|0c/0s, 39, 1c/0s, 8||Central PNJB||v Khyber||Karachi||25 Nov 2019||FC|
|59, 1c/0s, 166||Central PNJB||v Sindh||Karachi||18 Nov 2019||FC|