Shadab Khan is a leg break bowling all-rounder and a right-hand batsman. He represented Pakistan in all three formats of international cricket of the ICC Cricket Council. Shadab was born in north-west Punjab city Mianwali on 4 October 1998. Khan is the second player from district Mianwali which produced Imran Khan. The former Pakistani 1992 World Cup skipper who won the title and Current Prime Minister of Pakistan.
On 16 October 2017 against Sri Lanka, Shadab formed a partnership of 109 runs with top-order batsman Babar Azam and scored his maiden ODI fifty, built the inning to a total of 200 runs and picked up early wickets and Pakistan won the match by 32 runs. Shadab Khan made his international baptism with the man of the match award in the ICC World T20 against West Indies with the most economical bowling spell in limited over format.
Shadab made his debut for domestic T20 debut for Rawalpindi in 2016-17 National T20 CUP on 26 August 2016. He made his debut for KFC Big Bash League for Brisbane Heat during BBL 7th season in 2017. Shadab made his debut for Trinbago Knight Riders in the 2017 Caribbean Premier League (CPL). An outstanding all-rounder who has been in BBL and CPL team squads provided by his brilliant performances.
Khan made his debut for Islamabad United in Pakistan Super League (PSL) in the 2016 Pakistan Cup on April 20, 2016. In the most recent PSL 2020 season he has been impressive taking charge as skipper. Shadab played brilliant innings throughout all ten games with his bat and bowl. In few games, he was the leading run-scorer as he opted to bat top of the order. He won several games single-handedly taking charge of batting at number 2nd or 3rd.
Shadab Khan Career Stats
Shadab Khan Profile
|Full Name||Shadab Khan|
|Date of Birth||4 October 1998 Mianwali, Punjab, Pakistan|
|Playing Roll||Bowling all-rounder|
|Batting Style||Right-hand bat|
|Bowling Style||Leg break|
|Test Debut||30 April 2017 v West Indies (cap 227)|
|ODI Debut||7 April 2017 v West Indies (cap 211)|
|T20 Debut||26 March 2017 v West Indies (cap 73)|
|Major Teams||Pakistan, Brisbane Heat, Islamabad United, Pakistan Under-19s, Trinbago Knight Riders|