Shakib Al Hasan No. 01 All-Rounder

Posted: 5 Feb,15 on
Sakib AL Hasan

Shakib Al Hasan (born 24 March 1987) is a Bangladeshi experienced global cricketer. According to the latest ICC rankings published in January 12, 2015, he achieved the #1 All-Rounder positioning in every one of the three types of the cricket (Test, ODI and T20).


An Under-19 delegate for Bangladesh, Shakib made his one-day International debut in August 2006 against Zimbabwe.


A skilled left-hand batsman and left-arm spinner, Shakib Al Hasan is unarguably the best cricketer that Bangladesh have ever had. As a bowler, he is exact, reliable, and shrewd; and his animosity and an extensive variety of strokes are the keys to his batting. Considerably all the more significantly, he has self-belief an excellent temperament, unflustered by the enormous event and prepared to do fight against the top groups.


Shakib Al Hasan pumps his fist in the air after becoming the third Test cricketer -- after Ian Botham and Imran Khan -- to achieve the milestone.
Shakib Al Hasan pumps his fist in the air after becoming the third Test cricketer — after Ian Botham and Imran Khan — to achieve the milestone.

The success for Shakib has come as a consequence of his adventures during the recently finished up Test and One-Day international (ODI) arrangement against Zimbabwe. Shakib earned 398 focuses in the Test organize, 57 focuses in front of South African rocking the bowling alley all-rounder Vernon Philander. He earned 403 and 377 focuses in ODIs and Twenty20 Internationals (T20I) separately, in front of Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez in both the limited-overs formats. Shakib had recently played significant impact in Bangladesh’s 3-0 and 5-0 whitewashes of the Zimbabwe series, gathering 29 wickets and scoring two centuries and a half-century over the series.

The best of his capacity and temperament were in plain view in his first Test as captain, against a weakened West Indies side in Grenada, when Shakib took eight wickets and scored an unbeaten 96 in a strained however fruitful fourth-innings run-chase of 215, leading Bangladesh to their first abroad series victory. In just his fourth Test as captain, Shakib scored 87 and 100 – his maiden Test century – in a losing reason against New Zealand in Hamilton, exhibitions that offered additional confirmation of his skill and his capacity to handle pressure. Furthermore the same opponents in 2008, Shakib had taken 7 for 36 in Chittagong, just the second case of a Bangladesh bowler taking seven or more wickets in a Test innings.

In the ODIs, Shakib’s commitments been just as basic with both bat and ball, and he turned into the first from Bangladesh to attain to the two fold of 2000 runs and 100 wickets. He additionally turned into the first batsman from Bangladesh to score six hundreds, regardless of generally batting at No.5.

Being obviously the best player of the team, it wasn’t amazing when Shakib was given the captaincy in 2009. His capacity to perform reliably with both bat and ball, and his propensity to stay smooth under pressure worked well for Bangladesh, as they won 22 out of 47 games under him, and even beat England in the 2011 World Cup.


Short Biography:

Full name: Shakib Al Hasan
Born: March 24, 1987, Magura, Jessore.
Major teams: Bangladesh,Adelaide Strikers,Bangladesh A,Bangladesh Cricket Board XI,Barbados Tridents,Dhaka Gladiators,Khulna Division,Kolkata Knight Riders,Worcestershire.
Also known as: Saqibul Hasan.
Playing role: Allrounder.
Batting style: Left-hand bat.
Bowling style: Slow left-arm orthodox.



Source: Wikipedia, ICC, Cricinfo



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