Ali Shafiq is a Pakistani cricketer who is a right-arm medium-fast bowler playing in domestic cricket. He is a young talented, and sharp bowler inspired by Waqar Younus’s bowling. Currently, he is doing well in domestic cricket. He bowls with a speed of around 140 km/h and can move the ball. This article has all the information about Ali, including Ali Shafiq Biography.
|Right hand batsman
|Right arm Bowler
|16th November 1996
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Ali Shafiq Biography
In 2017, Ali started playing in first-class cricket. He successfully bowled and took 59 wickets in 25 innings so far. He has played 14 matches and has bowled with an average of 14.96. He has achieved five wickets haul three times, and five times four wickets haul with 8/70 his best bowling in an innings. Shafiq has outstanding bowling figures of 12/120 in a match. While representing in List-A cricket, Ali has played 16 matches and has 17 wickets with an average of 39.52 in bowling. He has the best bowling figures of 3/27. Ali also plays in the T20 format and has participated in 13 matches and gained 13 wickets with the best bowling of 3/21. His bowling average in T20 is 25.53 and 7.84 economy per over.
Ali date of Birth
Ali Shafiq was born in Daska, Punjab, on 16th November 1996. Currently, he is still living in his hometown.
Education of Shafiq
He completed his school education and went for college education based on his sports achievements.
Ali Shafiq Family
He belongs to a Punjabi family from Daska. He is currently unmarried.
Ali started his early cricket in his college life and selected for PCB under-19 tournament later he joined first-class cricket. Now he is playing domestic cricket in all formats and looking forward to playing in international cricket.
Domestic Career and Achievements
- In 2013 Ali debuted in under-19 cricket and took 26 wickets. In the 2014 under-19 tournament, he performed brilliantly with 23 wickets in this season. Young emerging Ali also played impressively for HBL Bank in the one-day cup in 2016/17. He debuted List-A cricket on 17 December 2016 for Habib Bank Limited in the 2016–17 Departmental One Day Cup, and he played seven matches, including a final winning match for his team.
- After that, he got added in first-class cricket on 9 October 2017 for Khan Research Laboratories in the 2017–18 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, where he got 21 wickets in four matches, including five wickets, haul on debut. He commenced his T20 career on 18 November 2017 while joined Lahore Blues in the 2017–18 National T20 Cup. He bowled amazingly in first-class cricket so far he was named in 2019–20 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy tournament for Baluchistan.
Pakistan Super League PSL
In 2019, Ali Shafiq joined Multan Sultan in PSL. He played two seasons and took 2/11 in his PSL debut match against Islamabad United and awarded the man of the game. In 2020 PSL season 5, he got added in playing squad in few matches and performed excellently in his first match with 2/31 against Peshawar Zalmi in PSL 5.