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Shoaib Malik Profile, Career Info, Records & Stats

Shoaib Malik is a Pakistani cricketer and former captain who represented Pakistan National Cricket Team in all three formats of international cricket. Malik initially included in the Pakistan squad as a bowler. He reported for his potentially flawed bowling action in October 2004 by the International Cricket Council. His bowling action got cleared eight months later in April 2005. He is the first Pakistani player to play 100 T20I for his country.

Shoaib made his debut in one day international against West Indies on October 14, 1999. Malik is the 4th batsman overall to score 8000 runs in T20I in August 2018, during the 2018 Caribbean Premier League. He was the part of the squad when crowned champions of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 by defeating arch-rivals India in the final. Malik named as the Rest of the World XI squad for a single T20I against West Indies T20 Champion.

The matches played at Lord’s Cricket Stadium on May 31, 2018. Shoaib Malik captained Karachi Kings for the inaugural and second edition of Pakistan Super League. But his team won only two matches in the first PSL season. Karachi Kings knocked out from the tournament and his team performance widely criticized for poor teamwork. Malik captained Multan Sultan for the third and fourth season of the Pakistan Super League.

Malik played 35 Test matches so far and scored three centuries including eight half tons. He appeared in 287 One Day International scoring over 7500 runs and took 158 wickets. He smashed double hunder in Test match scoring highest individual innings of his career 245. Malik has over 400 List A games with the stats of an average of 38.54 runs. He just completed his over 600 fours in his ODI career.

Shoaib Malik Career Stats

StatsMatRunsHS100504s6sAveSRWkts
Tests351898245382391735.1445.6732
ODIs287753414394460311334.5581.9158
T20Is113232175081916131.36124.1828
First-class1266559245173037.26260
List A40511447143167138.54309
T20s386989295*06177329737.46125.58147

Shoaib Malik Profile

Full NameShoaib Malik
Date of Birth1 February 1982, Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan
Current Age37 Years
Height1.83 m (6 ft 0)
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Playing RollBatting All-rounder
Batting StyleRight-hand bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm off-break
Test Debut29 August 2001 v Bangladesh (Cap-169)
ODI Debut14 October 1999 v West Indies (Cap-128)
T20 Debut28 August 2006 v England (Cap-10)
Twitter Profile@realshoaibmalik
Instagram Profile@realshoaibmalik
Major Teams                                                                                                    Pakistan, Asia XI, Barbados Tridents, Delhi Daredevils, Gloucestershire, Gujranwala Cricket Association, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Hobart Hurricanes, ICC World XI, Karachi Kings, Multan Sultans, Pakistan International Airlines, Pakistan Reserves, Sialkot Cricket Association, Sialkot Stallions
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