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Bazid Khan

Bazid Khan
Personal information
Born (1981-03-25) 25 March 1981
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Batting style Right-hand batsman
Bowling style Right-arm off break
Relations Jahangir Khan (grandfather)
Majid Khan (father)
Javed Burki (second uncle)
Imran Khan (second uncle)
International information
National side
Test debut 25 May 2005 v West Indies
ODI debut 30 September 2004 v Zimbabwe
Last ODI 16 April 2008 v Bangladesh
Career statistics
Competition Tests ODIs FC List A
Matches 1 3 151 112
Runs scored 32 78 7,647 3,983
Batting average 16.00 26.00 36.41 44.25
100s/50s –/– –/1 15/39 5/33
Top score 23 66 300* 116
Balls bowled 12 612 485
Wickets 5 7
Bowling average 64.00 59.00
5 wickets in innings
10 wickets in match n/a n/a n/a
Best bowling 2/23 2/38
Catches/stumpings 2/– 1/– 143/– 54/–
Source: ESPN Cricinfo [1], 10 March 2013

Bazid Khan (born 25 March 1981 in Lahore) is a Pakistani cricketer. He comes from a famous cricketing family, with his grandfather Jahangir Khan having represented British India before the independence of Pakistan in 1947 and his father Majid (both of whom were Cambridge Blues), and uncles Imran Khan and Javed Burki having all captained Pakistan.

With a combination of an orthodox technique in batting and a reliably calm temperament, Khan began playing for the Pakistani Under-19s at the age of just 15, and moved to England to finish his cricketing and academic education. He played in the same Brighton College (where he studied between 1998 and 2000[2]) team as Matt Prior when they won 20 matches in 1999,[2] and also later played at the Marylebone Cricket Club.

Having enjoyed an excellent 2003–04 season, having averaged over 70, Khan was finally given his chance to shine for Pakistan in a triangular tournament early the following season. He has played seven youth Test matches, as well as a single senior Test, and made his Test debut in the 2nd Test against the Headleys, to have grandfather, father and son as Test cricketers.

References

  1. ^ http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/39956.html
  2. ^ a b

External links

  • Player profile: Bazid Khan from ESPNcricinfo
  • Bazid Khan at Cricket Archive
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