Noor Ali Zadran (نور علی ځدراڼ) is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler. He has represented his national side Afghan Cricket Team in ODI and T20I formats of ICC. Noor Ali made his first international while representing his national side Afghan Cricket Team in U-17 during 2004 against UAE U-17 Cricket Team.
Ali has strong hands in batting which he showcased during the Afghanistan team tour of Ireland. Ali has also played the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier for Afghanistan, tournament hosted by West Indies and won by England against runner up to Australia. Noor Ali has played the 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifiers round for his team, the tournament was hosted by South Africa.
Ali made his first-class cricket debut for Afghanistan A against Zimbabwe XI and scored a century as a debutant. Noor Ali has played for Mis Ainak Knights during 2017, Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-day Tournament. Ali is a strong player with all-round skills. Noor can bowl well in the middle and open the batting for Afghanistan.
He has proved himself as a future prospect for Afghan cricket with his consistent performances in all formats. He participated in various cricket tournaments in Afghanistan and delivered his best in every single tournament. Noor Ali mainly bats in the middle and loves to build partnerships who scored a century in ODI. He played 51 games scoring 1216 runs with a single century to his name.
His highest individual innings of 114 came within the first thirty games. He played 20 Twenty20I with his highest individual innings of 63 runs. In the first-class cricket, he smashed four centuries and ten half-centuries. His highest individual innings of 122 in first-class cricket. He hardly appears in limited-overs cricket as Afghanistan got resilient Twenty20 specialist players.
Noor Ali Zadran Career Stats
Noor Ali Zadran Profile
|Full Name||Noor Ali Zadran|
|Date of Birth||10 July 1988 Khost, Afghanistan|
|Playing Roll||Opening batsman|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm medium-fast|
|ODI Debut||19 April 2009 v Scotland (cap 8)|
|T20 Debut||4 February 2010 v Canada (cap 13)|
|Major Teams||Afghanistan, Mis Ainak Region|