Batting style Right Handed
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
Test Debut vs England at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Oct 20, 2016
ODI Debut vs Sri Lanka at Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Mar 25, 2017
T20 Debut vs Sri Lanka at R.Premadasa Stadium, Apr 06, 2017
- Bangladesh Under-19s
- Kalabagan Cricket Academy
- Khulna Tigers
- Rajshahi Kings
- Trinbago Knight Riders
Mehidy Hasan overview
Mehedi Hasan is a Bangladeshi international cricketer who plays tests as well as one day internationals matches in the Bangladesh national team. He is an adaptive and fast pace bowler, majorly a bowling all rounder at present at a very young age. Moreover, he is a right handed batsman and a right arm off break bowler. He plays with all his backbreaking practise, giving best match figures. In his wide umbrella, he keeps all his bowling etiquettes that makes him raise his flag of victory.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
This top-class player was born on 25th October,1997 in the district of Khulna, Bangladesh. He Joined the cricket team with his test debut in the year 2016 on 20 October in the match with England. We would also like to make you introduce to his start of his career that was headed in his kindergarten age of just 8. He precisely went to Kashipur Cricket Academy, it is surprising that he was first selected for under 14 National Cricket Tournament from the same place. On March 15, 2019 with several members of the Bangladesh test team, he was few metres away from the Christchurch, New Zealand when the country was going through a critical phase of terror attack. It was very unfortunate but still he gathered his belief over the heavenly play of cricket hence he started his journey again.
Mehidy had a dream debut series as a test player against Sri Lanka on Mar 25,2017, where he had picked up 2 wickets and gave 43 runs in total. His magnificent bowling made everyone stunned which is great isn’t it? He has played 41 matches and scalped 40 wickets.
Mehidy made his Test debut at Chattogram in October 2016.Once he was one day old in the Test Arena, he had a five wicket haul to his name and ultimately finished with 6/80 figures. By a near margin of 22 runs, Bangladesh lost the test, but that had no impact on the youngster. By no way he changed his efficiency. He led Rajshahi Kings who have finished runners-up in the 2016 edition of the Bangladesh Premier League. Away from europe, Mehidy managed to take only four wickets in two tests under foreign conditions in New Zealand. He registered his maiden Test fifty in the one-off test at Hyderabad against India against the likes of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja.
Mehdi Hasan played two under 19 world cups and grabbed it in his belt. His batting is also such immense, where he can keep grabbing brownie points. In this day and age, all his vocations are strong enough to become constant with the demands of the limited overs layout. Mostly would be seen at point during the early overs, a brilliant run-out would only highlight his massive presence in the team. He had the capacity to take 30 wickets and more with his power pack performance that bows over his presence. Still early days in Mehdi’s career he has always been consistent and he can only get better with time. He has shown a penchant for red-ball cricket more than the shorter forms. He had his own style of batting and that is how he used to make his own runs throughout the series. He has made a few contributions down the order but those who know him well will tell you that his batting is as good as his bowling.