Aamer Yamin (Cricketer)

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Aamer Yamin is a Pakistani cricketer. He was named in Pakistan's Twenty20 International squad for their series against England in the UAE in September 2015. He made his One Day International debut for Pakistan against Zimbabwe on 1 October 2015. [1] Summary Summary

Title Description
Personal
Name: Aamer Yamin
In Urdu: عامر یامن
Nick Name: Aamer
Famous As: Cricketer
Nationality: Pakistani
Residence: Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Religion: Islam
Profession: Cricketer
Website: https://twitter.com/amiryamin54?lang=en
Born
Date: 26 June 1990
Age : (27)
Place: Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Career
National Side: Pakistani
Team Role: Allrounder
Bowling Style: Right-arm medium
Batting Style: Right-hand bat
ODI Debut: Zimbabwe v Pakistan at Harare, Oct 1, 2015 scorecard
ODI Last: Zimbabwe v Pakistan at Harare, Oct 5, 2015 scorecard
T20 Debut : 30 November 2015 Pak v England
T20 Last: 29 November 2017 Pak v Sarilanka
Domestic team: Major teams: Pakistan, Pakistan A, Multan Under-19s, Omar Associates, Multan, Peshawar Zalmi, Lahore Qalandars, Multan Under-23s, Sayid Paper, Punjab
Team Year : Multan Tigers 2014–2015
Team Year : Peshawar Zalmi 2016
Team Year : Present Lahore Qalandars


Profile

Profile

Profile

Yamin was supposed to fill in the boots of Abdul Razzaq but as much as the thought was an aberration, limited chances at the big level ensured, Yamin has not been able to showcase much of his talent. Born in Multan, Aamer Yamin, is a Pakistani right-arm medium-pace bowler. Yamin was first drafted into the national squad when he was chosen for the 2-match T20I series against Zimbabwe in September 2015. A very handy lower-order batsman, Yamin, made his first-class debut for Pakistan Customs in 2009. Yamin was originally not a part of the ODI squad that travelled to Zimbabwe, but Anwar Ali's failure to clear the fitness test earned him a place in the 3-match ODI series against Zimbabwe. He played in all the games and scored a vital 62 in only his second ODI as Pakistan were reduced to 76/6. He assisted Shoaib Malik for the 7th wicket and together they added 111 runs to almost take Pakistan home. Zimbabwe won the cliff-hanger by 5 runs according to the D/L method as it went dark enough for the game to be stopped. However, despite a promising show, Yamin was ignored for the next two years before being picked again for the series against the World Xi side in September 2017. [2] Profile Profile

   Mat  Inns  No  Runs  Hs  Avg  BF  S/R  100  50  4s  6s  Ct  St
 First-class  25  32  5  1058  225  39.18  1281  82.59  3  3  142  15  7  0
 List A  28  20  3   427  63*  25.11  441  96.82  0  3  40  9  8  0
 ODIs  3  2  1   63  62  63.00  69  91.30  0  1  5  4  0  0
 T20Is  1  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  0  0
 Twenty20  24  15  6  176  47  19.55  132  133.33  0  0  20  5  4  0

Bowling Averages

   Mat  Inns  Balls  Runs  Wkts  BBI  BBM  Avg  Econ  S/R  4w  5w  10w
  First-class  25  42  3230  1644  58  5/38  9/108  28.34  3.05  55.6  1  3  0
  List A  28  28  1307  1216  36  5/65  5/65  33.77  5.58  36.3  0  1  0
  ODIs  3  3  102  89  1  1/38  1/38  89.00  5.23  102.0  0  0  0
  T20Is  1  1  12  12  1  1/12  1/12  12.00  6.00  12.0  0  0  0
  Twenty20  24  20  360  528  14  2/10  2/10  37.71  8.80  25.7  0  0  0