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Asad Shafiq

Asad Shafiq
Personal information
Full name Asad Shafiq
Born (1986-01-28) 28 January 1986
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Height 5 ft 5.4 in (1.66 m)
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Leg-break
Role Batsman
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 204) 20 November 2010 v South Africa
Last Test Jan 16–20 2014 v Srilanka
ODI debut (cap 177) 21 June 2010 v Bangladesh
Last ODI 16 July 2013 v West Indies
Domestic team information
Years Team
2007/08–2008/09 Karachi Whites
2007/08–2008/09 North West Frontier Province
2007/08, 2009/10 Karachi Zebras
2008/09-present Karachi Dolphins
2008/09 North West Frontier Province Panthers
2009/10 Karachi Blues
2010/11 Pakistan International Airlines
2001/12 Habib Bank Limited
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI FC LA
Matches 26 46 68 72
Runs scored 1,391 1,096 4,216 2,284
Batting average 39.11 26.09 38.67 35.68
100s/50s 4/8 0/8 12/17 3/17
Top score 130 84 223 110
Balls bowled 158 140
Wickets 0 3
Bowling average 47.00
5 wickets in innings 0 0
10 wickets in match 0 n/a
Best bowling 2/37
Catches/stumpings 19/– 10/– 56/– 28/–
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 30 November 2013

Asad Shafiq (Urdu: اسد شفیق, born 28 January 1986 in Karachi) is a Pakistani international cricketer. A right-hand batsman and occasional leg-break bowler, he made his One Day International debut against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup on 21 June 2010.[1] He has played for Karachi Whites, Karachi Blues, Karachi Dolphins, Karachi Zebras, North West Frontier Province and Sind.He belonges to Gujjar tribe.

Contents

  • 2010: first international appearances 1
  • 2011–present 2
  • International Centuries 3
    • Test Centuries 3.1
  • References 4
  • External links 5

2010: first international appearances

Shafiq made his International debut against Bangladesh in the 2010 Asia Cup at the Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium he scored 17 runs from 19 balls and was stumped by Mushfiqur Rahim in what was a dead rubber as neither side could progress to the final. Shafiq was next selected when three Pakistani players were involved in Spot-fixing allegations the three players Mohammad Aamer, Mohammad Asif and test captain Salman Butt Shafiq was selected alongside fast bowler emerging fast-bowler Mohammad Irfan. He got his maiden fifty in ODI cricket against England on 12 September 2010.[2]

On the back of his good performances during the tour he was selected to play in the five-match ODI series against South Africa and a two-match test series against them as well[3] He was promoted to opener in the first two ODI's and struggled in the role, therefore he was moved down the order to his preferred number 4 position just below Younus Khan, Shafiq excelled in that position and displayed his talent as a batsman. He was however rested for the final ODI in place of veteran Mohammad Yousuf.

Shafiq was not selected for the first test match in the two match test series against South Africa but after a horrible stroke by Umar Akmal he made his debut in the following match scoring 61 in his debut innings but not getting a chance to bat in the second innings as Pakistan already managed to salvage a draw.

2011–present

Shafiq was selected for the New Zealand series but didn't play the first Twenty20 International, Pakistan performed poorly and therefore Shafiq was given his Twenty20 debut in the following match in place of left-handed Fawad Alam. He played both tests in the series, which Pakistan won 1–0. During the first match of the series Shafiq scored 83 in the first innings and was not required to bat in the second innings as Pakistan won by 10 wickets.

Shafiq was selected for Pakistan's 2011 World Cup squad but did not play in the first four matches, before making his debut against Zimbabawe in the fifth match, inplace of an injured Umar Akmal, in which he scored his highest ODI score of 78*, guiding Pakistan to a 7 wicket win. In his last match against Australia, Shafiq has played a very matured inning of a composed 46 runs, anchoring and setting up a good platform for later players to finish a win – putting the Pakistani team at the top of their pool. He also scored a watchful 30 runs against India in the semi-final in Mohali.

Shafiq scored his first test century in the opening Test of Pakistan's two-match series against Bangladesh in December 2011. He scored 104 runs in Pakistan's first innings.[4] He played in all three Tests of Pakistan's series against England in the United Arab Emirates in early 2012, scoring 167 runs at an average of 33.40 as Pakistan won the series 3–0.[5]

International Centuries

  • In the column Runs, * indicates being not out
  • The column title Match refers to the Match Number of the player's career

Test Centuries

Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Year Result
[1] 104  Bangladesh Chittagong, Bangladesh Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium 2011 Won
[2] 100*  Sri Lanka Pallekele, Sri Lanka Pallekele International Cricket Stadium 2012 Drawn
[3] 111  South Africa Cape Town, South Africa Newlands 2013 Lost
[4] 130  South Africa Dubai, United Arab Emirates Dubai International Cricket Stadium 2013 Lost
[5] 137 33  New Zealand Sharjah, United Arab Emirates Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 2014 Lost

References

  1. ^ "5th Match: Bangladesh v Pakistan at Dambulla".  
  2. ^ "Asad Shafiq and Mohammad Irfan called as replacements". BBC. 3 September 2010. Archived from the original on 5 September 2010. Retrieved 3 September 2010. 
  3. ^ Asad Shafiq, selacted for ODIs against South Africa. Retrieved 31 December 2011
  4. ^ "Younus Khan puts Pakistan in full control of first Test against Bangladesh with superb double century".  
  5. ^ "Records / Pakistan v England Test Series, 2011/12 / Most runs". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 6 February 2012. 

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