Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Abdul razzaq

Abdul Razzaq      

Full name Abdul Razzaq
Born December 2, 1979, Lahore, Punjab
Current age 30 years 309 days
Major teams Pakistan, Asia XI, Hampshire, Hampshire 2nd XI,Hyderabad Heroes, ICL Pakistan XI, Khan Research Labs,Lahore, Lahore Lions, Middlesex, Pakistan International Airlines,Surrey, Worcestershire
Also known as Abdur Razzaq
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
Abdul Razzaq
Batting and fielding averages
List A30125962593911230.14231450
Bowling averages
List A30113125105463486/356/3530.304.8237.71230
Career statistics
Test debutAustralia v Pakistan at Brisbane, Nov 5-9, 1999 scorecard
Last TestPakistan v West Indies at Karachi, Nov 27-Dec 1, 2006 scorecard
Test statistics
ODI debutPakistan v Zimbabwe at Lahore, Nov 1, 1996 scorecard
Last ODIEngland v Pakistan at Southampton, Sep 22, 2010 scorecard
ODI statistics
T20I debutEngland v Pakistan at Bristol, Aug 28, 2006 scorecard
Last T20IEngland v Pakistan at Cardiff, Sep 7, 2010 scorecard
T20I statistics
First-class debut1996/97
Last First-classSui Southern Gas Corporation v Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited at Lahore, Nov 21-24, 2009 scorecard
List A debut1996/97
Last List AEngland v Pakistan at Southampton, Sep 22, 2010 scorecard
Twenty20 debutSurrey v Middlesex at The Oval, Jun 13, 2003 scorecard
Last Twenty20England v Pakistan at Cardiff, Sep 7, 2010 scorecard
Abdul Razzaq was once rapid enough to open the bowling and remains composed enough to bat anywhere, though he is discovering that the lower-order suits him nicely. His bowling - the reason he was first noticed - is characterised by a galloping approach, accuracy, and reverse-swing. But it is his batting that is more likely to win matches. He boasts a prodigious array of strokes and is particularly strong driving through cover and mid-off off both front and back foot. He has two gears: block or blast. Cut off the big shots and Razzaq gets bogged down, although patience is his virtue as he demonstrated in a match-saving fifty against India in Mohali in 2005. Just prior to that he had also played a bewilderingly slow innings in Australia, scoring four runs in over two hours. When the occasion demands it though, as ODIs often do, he can still slog with the best of them: England were pillaged for a 22-ball 51 at the end of 2005. and then again for nearly 60 runs in the last three overs of an ODI in September the following year.thanks

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