Batting style Right Handed
Bowling style Right-arm legbreak
Test Debut vs West Indies at Kensington Oval, Apr 30, 2017
ODI Debut vs West Indies at Providence Stadium, Apr 07, 2017
T20 Debut vs West Indies at Kensington Oval, Mar 26, 2017
- Pakistan U19
- Pakistan A
- Islamabad United
- Trinbago Knight Riders
- Khulna Titans
- Brisbane Heat
- Guyana Amazon Warriors
- Edmonton Royals
- Dhaka Platoon
- Team White
- Team Green
Shadab Khan overview
Shadab Khan is the Jaan of the Pakistani Cricket. Yes, he is a damn good cricketer who plays for Pakistan. He was born on 4th October 1988 in Mianwali, he has ripples with his leg breaks and more than ripples with his wrong runs at an exceedingly small age of under 19. Shadab had a little hard phase when he moved to Rawal Pindi. But he managed things like master with his ripples as mentioned. His debut was surely a memory for him as he created quite a stir in the cricket line by winning the T20 cap against the Windies. He slayed his performance with 4-0-7-3 as he continued his beauty of playing for his home country. His consistent performances in the PSL have left everyone stunned. Moreover, he waved off his under 19 welcome in 2016. He was promptly selected in the team, due to his excellent performance. He is majorly a right-handed batsman and a leg break bowler. He has played around 5 test matches apart from that he played 43 tests and 40 T20.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
He is not into the modern limited-overs spinner, Shadab bowls with a more loopy route and uses his wit and slyness to play with the batsman’s mind that makes an extensive impact on the cricket match. His bowling includes the correct usage of the crease and this normally makes a wider angle while he is shooting his part of ball. His consistent performances of winning and regaining that effort ensured defending champions Islamabad United drafted him in for the second edition of the PSL. Shadab has grabbed a lot of eyeballs immediately with his enthusiastic variations into his bowling style and flight and ended the campaign with 9 wickets from 8 games. In addition, he provides with his best of fielding and his bowling also keeps the perfect pace through his knowledge. Shadab did his training from the National Cricket Academy Lahore. He also gathered some knowledge from two of the well-known cricket players they are Abdul Quadir and Mushtaq Ahmed.
Shadab made his ODI debut against West Indies at Providence Stadium on Apr 07, 2017. Since his debut, he has played in 43 ODI matches and has scalped 59 wickets at a economy rate of 5.03 and his best figure in a match stands at 4/28.
Shadab has played just 6 test matches and has grabbed 14 wickets at an economy rate of 3.23 and at an average of 36.64. He made his Test debut against West Indies at Kensington Oval on Apr 30, 2017.
Shadab made his T20 debut against West Indies at Kensington Oval on Mar 26, 2017. Since his debut, he has played in 40 matches and has grabbed 48 wickets at an economy rate of 7.03. His best figure in a match stands at 4/14.
In the world cup 2016 under 19 team he took around 11 wickets from 6 games. He won man of the match award as well in the ODI’s for his 3-wicket haul. This made a nerve-wracking chase against Sri Lanka. He was always keen to process with his innovative style of mainly bowling and his batting practise is also included in that. Moreover, Shadab has an all-rounder role in all his matches. He is a great player with extra knowledge about cricket in the making, also he does have his brilliance at quite