Bilawal Bhatti

Bilawal Bhatti (Cricketer)

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Bilawal Bhatti (born 17 September 1991, Burewala)[1] Biography- espncricinfo is an international cricketer from Pakistan. Bhatti is a promising all-rounder who can bowl with significant speed and can also hit the ball a long distance. He made his ODI debut against South Africa in Cape Town in 2013, and made his mark immediately with both bat and ball, hitting 39 off 25 balls, and taking 3 for 37 in a Pakistan win.Born in Muridke, a small town 40 km away from Lahore, Bhatti was thought to be good enough for international cricket well before he actually played for Pakistan.

Title Description
Name: Bilawal Bhatti
Nationality: Pakistan
Residence: Rayya Khas, a Village in the District of Narowaal, Punjab, Pakistan
Religion: Islam
Profession: Cricketer
Height: 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Date: 17 September 1991
Place: Rayya Khas, a Village in the District of Narowaal, Punjab, Pakistan
National Side: Pakistan
Team Role: All-Rounder
Bowling Style: Right-hand fast
Batting Style: Right-hand
Matches: 10 in ODIs & 9 in T20I
Wickets : 6 in ODIs & 5 in T20I
Bowling Average: 8.34 in ODIs & 39.5 in T20I
Batting Average: 14.83 in ODIs & 11.5 in T20I
Best Bowling: 3/37 in ODIs & 2/36 in T20I
Catches/Stumpings: 0/- in ODIs & 1/- in T20I
Balls Bowled: 409 in ODIs & 156 in T20I
Runs Scored: 89 in ODIs & 23 in T20I
Test Debut: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Abu Dhabi
Test Last: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Dubai
ODI Debut: South Africa v Pakistan at Cape Town
ODI Last: New Zealand v Pakistan at Napier
ODI Shirt Number: 80
T20 Debut : South Africa v Pakistan at Johannesburg
T20 Last: Pakistan v Zimbabwe at Lahore, May
Top Score: 39 in ODIs & 13 in T20I
Domestic team: Gujranwala Cricket Association Under-19s, Karachi Kings, Pakistan Under-23s, Sialkot, Sialkot Stallions, Sialkot Under-19s, State Bank of Pakistan, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited


Early Career

Bilawal Bhatti is Bowlling Hard

Bilawal Bhatti is Bowlling Hard

Bhatti proved fantastic on his debut season picking up 89 wickets in 20 matches. He bettered his performance in Sui Gas, when he took 72 scalps at an average of 19.33 in 17 games and also scored two first-class centuriesHe made his first-class debut in 2009, and made his mark in the 20 matches he played for Sialkot, taking 89 wickets at 26. His better all-round performances, though, came with Sui Gas: in 17 matches with them before his ODI debut, he bagged 72 wickets at 19.33, and also scored two first-class centuries. He was called up into the national team when in good form, having smacked a century and a half-century, and also taken nine wickets in three games in the ongoing President Trophy 2013-14.In the final of the 2015-16 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Bhatti recorded his best figures in first-class cricket with 8 for 56, and his best overall match figures, with 11 for 95.[2] SNGPL- eight-for

Asian Games

In November, Bhatti was part of the team at the Asian Games in Guangzhou, China[3] Squad for Asian- cricinfo which won a bronze medal by beating Sri Lanka in the 3rd place playoffs.He is a genuine and complete all-rounder.In the Presidents Trophy in 2013-2014, Bhatti showed good form by scoring a ton, a half-century and also taking 9 wickets in just 3 games. This performance led to his inclusion in the national squad.

International Career

Bilawal Bhatti in Test Match

Bilawal Bhatti in Test Match

T20I Career

He was selected in the T20 side and made his debut against South Africa in November 2013. His debuts in ODIs and Tests followed soon after. Bhatti, particularly, was impressive in his Test debut against Sri Lanka, in which he managed to take 5 wickets.On 20 November 2013, he was included in national team to represent in T20 for Pakistan against South Africa. Bilawal played his first test against Sri Lanka and enjoyed a fine debut, taking 5 wickets in 2 innings.In second test, he showed his capability of batting making 24 not out and 32 runs.

Test Career

It went downhill from there however, as he conceded 30 runs in an over vs Australia at the WT20 2014, while bowling to Maxwell and Finch. He also conceded 93 runs in the 2nd ODI vs New Zealand in 2015, equalling the record of most expensive figures for a Pakistani bowler with Wahab Riaz.Unlike some of the other Pakistan bowlers, height isn't one of his assets (he's only 5 feet 6 inches tall), but his strength is the ability to nip the ball in sharply at good pace. As a batsman he is handy at No. 7 or 8, and is known for his clean hitting against spin.

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