Batting style Left Handed
Bowling style Left-arm orthodox
ODI Debut vs Sri Lanka at R.Premadasa Stadium, Jul 19, 2015
T20 Debut vs Zimbabwe at Gaddafi Stadium, May 24, 2015
- Barisal Bulls
- Karachi Kings
- Jamaica Tallawahs
- Comilla Victorians
- Stellenbosch Kings
- Winnipeg Hawks
- Barbados Tridents
- Chattogram Challengers
- Team Green
Imad Wasim overview
Syed Imad Wasim Haider also popularly known as Imad Wasim was born on 18 December,1988 in Swansea Pakistan. He played in 2006, under 19 cricket world cup exclusively for the Pakistan team, where it was a dream win.
He is included in the list A of cricketers. He was born to be a quickie in his plays and has a great hold in his bowling capacity. It is said that cricket returned after a long time of 6 years due to Imad Wasim. He had played brilliantly in the T20 and world cup sides with his great tactics to overcome the hard hitting loss of any series.
Imad Wasim carries a varied persona with his ability to bowl on the pitch through his slow left arm orthodox that has an all-rounder effect.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
Imad made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka at the R. Premadasa stadium on 19 July 2015. Since his debut Imad Wasim has played in 53 matches and has scalped 42 wickets. His best figures in match stands at 5/14 and his economy rate stands at 4.84.
In his international career, he made his T20 debut against Zimbabwe, which was held in Lahore on 24 May,2015. He was also got selected for the ICC world T20 squad in 2016. His straight drive bowling in the power play mode is mind-blowing; therefore, he is the lawful name in T20 history. He played for his outstanding performance in the Caribbean cricket league, Bangladesh Premier League as well as primarily T20’s as of now.
It is said from an unknown source that in the 2017 champions trophy campaign win he played a major role, where Pakistan defeated all odds and raised their throne of success in the series. In the CPL as well he came with a throw of thunder with his performance for the Jamaica Tallawahs, sounds great! His bucket list of wins did not end here, when he joined the PCB nd was awarded as the T20 player of the year. He is always in the news with his extra combat hit in the team in which he is playing. In January 2007, Imad Wasim made his First-Class debut for Islamabad against Quetta in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, where he flowed his channel of line and length into the bowling with great energy. Though with the ball, Imad Wasim took only two wickets in the match but it was his the prime and most precious innings of 88 runs with the willow in hand which earned him many recognitions and accolades. Though Imad Wasim doesn’t idolises the facts and lane of playing in cricket but yet he idolizes Wasim Akram and wants to be an all-rounder in all sorts. This fact surely made me stunned for his aim and goal towards life which included his wish to study medicine if he wasn’t a cricketer. Isnt it much appreciating? yes it is. If we describe his domestic career in numbers, the graph would follow somewhat like this, Imad Wasim has played 74 First-Class matches and has taken 138 wickets while with his batting skills he made a massive score of 3619 runs with an average of 41.59 on the sets of economy. He was also named in the list A cricket team, where he made a nominal run of 69 and then continued to make 72 runs in ODI and more. He continues to smash fabulous innings through his power pack performance at a stretch, what more can we urge for, that’s how cricket goes.