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Khurram Manzoor

Khurram Manzoor
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Personal information
Full name Khurram Manzoor
Born (1986-06-10) 10 June 1986 (age 28)
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Batting style Right-hand batsman
Bowling style Right-arm off break
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 190) 21 February 2009 v Sri Lanka
Last Test 18 January 2010 v Australia
ODI debut (cap 170) 2 February 2008 v Zimbabwe
Last ODI 24 January 2009 v Pakistan
Domestic team information
YearsTeam
2007–present Pakistan International Airlines
2004–present Karachi Dolphins
2006–2009 Sind
2005–2007 Karachi Zebras
2005–2008 Karachi Urban
2002–2003 Karachi Blues

Source: [[1]

[2]], 10 October 2010

Khurram Manzoor (born 10 June 1986) is a Pakistani international cricketer who has also played both Test cricket and One Day Internationals for his country. He is a right-hand opening batsman who also bowls off-spin and he made his first class debut in the 2003–04 season before representing Pakistan for the first time in the 5th ODI against Zimbabwe in Sheikhupura in February 2007. In total, he has played seven Tests and have scored 3 half centuries. He performed well in two tests for Pakistan A against West Indies A and he scored 3 centuries subsequently he was added to the test squad for the series against New Zealand.[3] He has also played for Cyclones of Chittagong in Bangladesh's NCL T20 Bangladesh. Khurram Manzoor hit his maiden Test century against South Africa in Abu Dhabi UAE. [4]

Career Best Performances

as of 10 October 2010

Batting Bowling
Score Fixture Venue Season Score Fixture Venue Season
Tests 146[5] Pakistan v South Africa Abu Dhabi (SSC) 2013 n/a
ODI 83 Pakistan v Sri Lanka Karachi 2009 n/a
FC 241 PIA v Khan Research Laboratories Karachi 2009 1–14 Karachi Urban v Rawalpindi Karachi 2007
LA 163* Karachi Zebras v Sialkot Stallions Karachi 2007 2–8 PIA v WAPDA Bahawalpur 2010
T20 100 Karachi Zebras v Multan Tigers Karachi (UB) 2006 n/a

References

External links

  • CricketArchive
  • ESPNcricinfo
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