Pakistan national cricket team

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The Pakistan cricket team (Urdu: پاکستان کرکٹ ٹیم), nicknamed Green Shirts or Shaheens (Eagles), is the national cricket team of Pakistan. Represented by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the team is a full member of the International Cricket Council. It Started with a Test match in 1952. Pakistan has played 889 ODIs, 121 Twenty20s and 412 Tests. Pakistan cricket team won the 1992 World Cup with the captaincy of Imran Khan and were 2nd in the 1999 World Cup.[1]

Squad[change | change source]

Test Cricket[change | change source]

Player Role
Azhar Ali Batsman
Sami Aslam Batsman
Babar Azam Batsman
Shan Masood Batsman
Asad Shafiq Batsman
Usman Salahuddin Batsman
Haris Sohail All-Rounder
Bilal Asif All-Rounder
Sarfaraz Ahmed Wicket-Keeper
Yasir Shah Bowler
Mohammad Amer Bowler
Mohammad Abbas Bowler
Hasan Ali Bowler
Wahab Riaz Bowler
Mohammad Asghar Bowler
Mir Hamza Bowler

One Day Interationals[change | change source]

Player Role
Azhar Ali Batsman
Fakhar Zaman Batsman
Imam-ul-Haq Batsman
Shoaib Malik Batsman
Babar Azam Batsman
Mohammad Hafeez Batsman
Haris Sohail All-Rounder
Mohammad Nawaz All-Rounder
Amer Yamin All-Rounder
Umar Amin All-Rounder
Sarfaraz Ahmed Wicket-Keeper
Fahim Ashraf Bowler
Shadab Khan Bowler
Mohammad Amer Bowler
Hasan Ali Bowler
Rumman Raees Bowler

Twenty20[change | change source]

Player Role
Fakhar Zaman Batsman
Babar Azam Batsman
Mohammad Hafeez Batsman
Ahmed Shehzad Batsman
Amer Yamin All-Rounder
Umar Amin All-Rounder
Mohammad Nawaz All-Rounder
Haris Sohail All-Rounder
Sarfaraz Ahmed Bowler
Shadab Khan Bowler
Fahim Ashraf Bowler
Mohammad Amer Bowler
Hasan Ali Bowler
Rumman Raees Bowler[2]

References[change | change source]