Sabbir Rahman is a right-handed top-order batsman, batting all-rounder with his right-arm leg break bowling action. He has represented his national side Bangladesh Cricket Team in all formats of International Cricket. He is naturally building aggressive batsman with his hard-hitting and clean striking. Sabbir clinched a crucial victory for his team when he knocked 33 runs off 18 balls with 3 sixes in a T20 Asian game against Afghanistan.
He made his first-class cricket debut for Rajshahi Division in 2008-present and also have played for Barisal Division and Kabul Eagles in 2010 and 2017 respectively. Sabbir made his debut in the Bangladesh Premier League during the inaugural edition for Duronto Rajshahi in 2012 and later represented Barisal Burners, Barisal Bulls, Rajshahi Kings, and Sylhet Sixers.
He played just eleven test matches for his national side scoring 481 runs with an average of 24.05. Sabbir Rahman scored his only century in One Day International with the highest individual innings of 102 runs. He played 44 Twenty20I scorings 946 runs with an average of 24.89. Sabir has four centuries in first-class cricket.
A fantastic batsman who usually appears on top of the batting order. Sabbir played 154 games of T20 cricket including his Bangladesh Premier League stats. He has a single century in BPL with the highest 122 runs. Sabbir usually bats at number 4/5th in ODI’s and in T20I comes top or the order. A great piece of athleticism by him with his great fielding.
He made his ODI debut against Zimbabwe on November 21, 2014, at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Bangladesh. Sabbir has represented Peshawar Zalmi in the Pakistan Super League during PSL 2018 and the most recent PSL edition 2019. In April 2019, he was named in Bangladesh’s squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.
Sabbir Rahman Career Stats
Sabbir Rahman Profile
|Full Name||Mohammad Sabbir Rahman|
|Date of Birth||22 November 1991 Rajshahi, Bangladesh|
|Height||5 ft 7.5 in (171 cm)|
|Playing Roll||Batting All-Rounder, Top-order Batsman|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm leg break|
|Test Debut||20 October 2016 v England (cap 81)|
|ODI Debut||21 November 2014 v Zimbabwe (cap 113)|
|T20 Debut||14 February 2014 v Sri Lanka (cap 42)|
|Major Teams||Bangladesh, Bangladesh A, Bangladesh Cricket Board Academy, Bangladesh Under-19s, Bangladesh Under-23s, Barisal Burners, Barisal Division, Peshawar Zalmi, Rajshahi Division, Sylhet Sixers|