Mohammad Wasim was born on 3rd November 1989 in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. He started playing cricket at the age of six and made his first-class debut for Karachi Blues in 2006. Mohammad Wasim is a right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper in Pakistan cricket team who bats right handed and keeps wicket right-handed.
Mohammad Wasim played some of the biggest matches during the 2018 ICC World Cup, including the semi final against England and the final against India. In both matches, he scored a duck each. He also played in the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier and was part of the team which qualified for the 2016 ICC World Twenty20.
Mohammad Wasim’s international career has seen him play 53 matches at an average of 20.27 with a top score of 43 not out. He has also taken 40 catches and made 13 stumpings. In addition to his cricketing career, Mohammad Wasim also holds a degree in Business Administration from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). He is currently signed to Rising Pune Supergiants and is scheduled to play in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2020.
Mohammad Wasim Pakistani cricketer biography
Mohammad Wasim was born on 24 July 1986 in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Mohammad Wasim started playing cricket at an early age and soon became one of the best players in his country. He made his first-class debut for Karachi Whites in 2003 and played a significant role in leading the team to victory in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy that year.
He also played for Pakistan A and then made his Test debut against Zimbabwe in 2009. Mohammad Wasim has since played 50 Tests and 125 One Day Internationals (ODIs) for his country, averaging over 42 with both bat and ball. He has scored more than 7000 runs in Test matches and over 2700 runs in ODIs. His highest score is 306 not out which he achieved during the inaugural Test match between Sri Lanka and Pakistan in Galle, Sri Lanka in March 2016.
Mohammad Wasim is also a very good fielder who has taken more than 1000 catches in international cricket. He has been part of the Pakistani team that won the World Cup twice – 2007 and 2015 – as well as several other major tournaments including the ICC World Twenty20 Championships, The Champions Trophy, The Asia Cup, The T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier and many more. In 2017, he was bestowed with the prestigious Sachin Tendulkar Award by Cricket Australia for being one of the most consistent cricketers of his generation.
Mohammad Wasim Early life and career
Mohammad Wasim was born on October 20, 1986 in Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan. He started playing cricket when he was just seven years old and soon became one of the most promising young players in the country. Mohammad Wasim made his first-class debut for Punjab in the 2002-03 season and went on to play 197 first-class matches over the next decade, scoring more than 17000 runs and taking 337 wickets.
He also played 22 T20 matches and scored more than 700 runs and took 23 wickets. Mohammad Wasim represented Pakistan at both Under-19 and Under-23 levels before making his full international debut in 2006.
He has since played 67 Tests, 189 ODIs and 34 T20s for Pakistan and is one of the country’s all-time leading batsmen. In 2014, Mohammad Wasim was named as captain of the Pakistani side for their tour of Sri Lanka later that year. The tour ended with a disappointing 3-1 loss against Sri Lanka which saw Mohammad Wasim dropped from the national side. However, he has bounced back strong by being selected for Pakistan’s upcoming series against Australia which starts on November 5th.
Contributions of Mohammad Wasim in cricket
Mohammad Wasim was born on December 12, 1984, in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. He represented the country of Pakistan in various cricketing tournaments and won several awards both domestically and internationally. Mohammad Wasim is also known for his off-spin bowling which gives him an edge over most batsmen.
Mohammad Wasim started playing cricket at a very young age and represented his school in various matches. In 2003, he made his first-class debut for Punjab University. He continued to represent the university in various tournaments and by 2006 he had been selected to play for the Pakistan national cricket team. At the 2007 Cricket World Cup, Mohammad Wasim made a significant contribution by taking 5 wickets in the group stage which helped Pakistan progress to the semi-finals where they lost to Sri Lanka.
In 2008 Mohammad Wasim captained Pakistan to victory at the Wills Classic tournament which qualified them for the 2009 World Cup. At the World Cup, he performed exceptionally well taking 15 wickets in 3 games which included 2 hat-tricks. His performance earned him a place in Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack’s list of cricketers of the year 2009. Notably, Mohammad Wasim also scored 66 runs from just 10 balls against New Zealand during their second match of the World Cup which is considered as one of his best performances EVER!
In November 2010 Mohammad Wasim was banned from all forms of international cricket following allegations that he had tampered with
Personal life of Mohammad Wasim
Mohammad Wasim was born on 23rd January, 1987 in Sargodha, Punjab Province, Pakistan. He started playing cricket at the age of six and represented his school and district as a young cricketer. Mohammad Wasim made his first-class debut for Sargodha in 2002 and continued to play for the team until 2004. In 2007, he moved to Lahore Qalandars where he played until 2010.
During this period, Mohammad Wasim scored over 11000 runs in first-class cricket and also achieved notable performances in One Day Internationals (ODIs). Prior to signing with Karachi Kings in 2013, Mohammad Wasim had played for Islamabad United and Multan Tigers. In Karachi Kings’ inaugural season, he helped them win the Pakistan Super League (PSL) title. Mohammad Wasim retired from professional cricket in early 2018 after helping his side win a second consecutive PSL title.
Mohammad Wasim is married to Bushra Mani who is a physiotherapist by profession. The couple has two children – Ayaan and Aabid.
Mohammad Wasim has received several awards during his career including the prestigious Arjuna Award in 2008 which recognised his remarkable achievements as a cricketer. He has also been selected for the country’s national team multiple times and has represented Pakistan at various international tournaments such as the ICC World Cup, Asia Cup, Cricket World Cup and the Under-19 Cricket World Cup
Records and stats of Mohammad Wasim
Mohammad Wasim was born on 14th February 1983, in Sialkot, Pakistan. He is a Pakistani cricketer who primarily plays as an all-rounder. Mohammad Wasim made his first-class debut for Sialkot in the 2002–03 season. In 2006, he moved to Karachi and played for Karachi Kings. Mohammad Wasim represented Pakistan at the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier and the 2010 ICC World T20. He has also played for Lahore Qalandars in the PSL.
Mohammad Wasim has played 105 first-class matches and scored 7357 runs with 63 centuries and 31 half-centuries. In Twenty20 cricket, he has played 44 matches and scored 1852 runs with six centuries and five half-centuries. Mohammad Wasim has also taken 136 wickets with an average of 30.39 and a best performance of 4/54.
|Full Name||Mohammad Wasim|
|BORN||August 25, 2001, North Wazirastan|
|BATTING STYLE||Right hand Bat|
|BOWLING STYLE||Right arm Fast medium|
Batting & Fielding
Muhammad Wasim Details
Muhammad Wasim, born in August 2001, made his international debut for Pakistani team in July 2021. He is from North Waziristan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. He played his first T20 match for Islamabad united and that match was against Quetta Gladiator on February 21, 2021. He then went on to play the tournament for PSL.
He has 42 wickets in 35 T20 matches with an economy rate of 8.97 and an average of 25.38. He played his first ODI of his career against Australia on March 29, 2022. He is just 21 years old and a very fine pace bowler too. He got selected in the national team by his brilliant performance in first class matches.
He was selected in the T20 World Cup 2021 squad of Pakistani team though he didn’t play any match and now has again been selected for the T20 World Cup 2022. He is a bowling all-rounder and can bat too if need arises and is a good addition to the Pakistani team.