Everything you need to know about Fakhar Zaman: Fakhar Zaman was born on the 10th of April 1990. He is a Pakistani cricket player. He plays for the Pakistan national cricket team. In domestic cricket, he plays Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League.
On the 20th of July 2018, Zaman became the first batter for Pakistan to score a double century in a One Day International (ODI) match. Two days later, he became the fastest batter to score 1,000 runs in ODIs. In August 2018, Zaman was one of the thirty-three players who were awarded a central contract for the 2018–19 season by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
On the 4th of April 2021, against South Africa in the second ODI, Fakhar scored 193 runs before being run out by Quinton de Kock. Fakhar’s 193 became the highest individual score and surpassed the 185 runs scored by Shane Watson against Bangladesh.
Born – 10th of April 1990
Birthplace – Mardan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Education – Pakistan Navy School
Batting – Left-handed
Bowling – Slow left-arm orthodox
Role – Opening batsman
Pakistan – (2017–present)
Test debut (cap 234) – 16th of October 2018 against Australia
Last Test – 3rd of January 2019 against South Africa
ODI debut (cap 212) – 7th of June 2017 against South Africa
Last ODI – 16th of August 2022 against Netherlands
ODI shirt no. – 39
T20I debuts (cap 74) – 30th of March 2017 against West Indies
Last T20I – 5th of April 2022 against Australia
T20I shirt no. – 9
Domestic team information
2012–2015 – Karachi
2016 – Peshawar
2017–present – Lahore Qalandars (squad no. 39)
2017 – Balochistan
2017 – Comilla Victorians
2019 – Glamorgan (squad no. 39)
2019/20–present – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (squad no. 39)
2021/20 – Brisbane Heat (squad no. 39)
Habib Bank Limited
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
Test debut against Australia – Sheikh Zayed Stadium – October 16, 2018.
Last Test against South Africa – Newlands – January 03, 2019.
ODI debut against South Africa – Edgbaston – June 07, 2017.
Last ODI against the Netherlands – Hazelaarweg – August 16, 2022.
T20 debut against West Indies – Queen’s Park Oval – March 30, 2017.
Last T20 against Australia – Gaddafi Stadium – April 05, 2022.
2nd – Most runs in a match on the losing side – One-Day Internationals
5th – Most hundreds in a series – One-Day Internationals
4th – Most fours in an innings – One-Day Internationals
1st – Fastest to 1000 runs – One-Day Internationals