Danish Kaneria (Cricketer)

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Danish Kaneria  (Urdu: دانش  کنیریا‎), (born 16 December 1980) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played at Test and One Day International (ODI) for the Pakistani national side between 2000 and 2010.A right-arm leg spinner known for his well-disguised googly. He is fourth on the list of bowlers with most Test wickets for Pakistan, behind only fast bowlers Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Imran Khan. Kaneria was the second Hindu and seventh non-Muslim overall to represent Pakistan in International cricket after Anil Dalpat.[1] non-muslim-cricketers- cricketcountry Kaneria played 61 Test matches for Pakistan, and took 261 wickets at an average of 34.79. He represented the team only in 18 ODIs taking 15 wickets with an average over 45. In Test cricket, Kaneria's best bowling performance in an innings was seven wickets for 77 runs whereas his best performance in a match was 12 wickets for 94 runs, both against Bangladesh. He also took 15 five-wicket hauls in Test cricket, and achieved seven and six wickets in an innings on four and three different occasions respectively. He took ten wickets or more in a match on two different occasions, once against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka each. In ODI cricket, his best bowling came against New Zealand in Sri Lanka in 2003 taking three wickets for 31 runs. Kaneria never played Twenty20 International matches (T20I) for Pakistan. He played 206 first-class matches, 167 List A (LA) and 65 Twenty20 matches during his career. Kaneria also played in English county cricket during 2004 and 2010 representing Essex County Cricket Club.His ancestors migrated from Surat and settled in Karachi over a century ago.After former -keeper Anil Dalpat, who is his cousin, Kaneria is the second Hindu to have played for Pakistan.[2] profiles:Kaneria- BBC
  • Personal
  • Name:

    Danish Kaneria

  • Famous As:

    Danny

  • Nationality:

    Pakistan

  • Residence:

    Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan

  • Education:

    Government Islamia College

  • Religion:

    Hindu

  • Profession:

    Cricketer

  • Born
  • Date:

    16 December 1980

  • Place:

    Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan

  • Family
  • Spouse:

    Dharmita Kaneria (m. 2004)

  • Children:

    Parisa Kaneria, Danish Kaneria Jr.

  • Career
  • National Side:

    Pakistan

  • Team Role:

    Bowler

  • Bowling Style:

    Right arm leg break

  • Batting Style:

    Right-handed

  • Matches:

    61 in Tests & 8 in ODIs

  • Wickets :

    261 in Tests & 15 in ODIs

  • Bowling Average:

    34.79 in Tests & 45.53 in ODIs

  • Batting Average:

    7.05 in Tests & 6.00 in ODIs

  • 5 wickets in Innings :

    15 in Tests & 0 in ODIs

  • 10 wickets in Match:

    2 in Tests & n/a in ODIs

  • Best Bowling:

    7/77 in Tests & 3/31 in ODIs

  • Catches/Stumpings:

    18/- in Tests & 2/- in ODIs

  • Balls Bowled:

    17,697 in Tests & 854 in ODIs

  • Runs Scored:

    360 in Tests & 12 in ODIs

  • Test Debut:

    29 November 2000 v England

  • Test Last:

    3 January 2010 v Australia

  • ODI Debut:

    31 October 2001 v Zimbabwe

  • ODI Last:

    21 March 2007 v Zimbabwe

  • T20 Debut :

    Lahore Eagles v Karachi Zebras at Lahore, Apr 27, 2005

  • T20 Last:

    Karachi Zebras v Peshawar Panthers at Rawalpindi, Mar 29, 2012

  • 100s / 50s:

    0/0 in Tests & 0/0 in ODIs

  • Top Score:

    29 in Tests & 6* in ODIs

  • First-Class Debut:

    1998/99

  • First-Class Last :

    Mar 21, 2012

  • Domestic team:

    National Shipping Corporation, Karachi Whites, Pakistan Reserves, Habib Bank Limited , Karachi ,Essex , Karachi Blues, Karachi Zebras, Karachi Harbour, Sindh , Baluchistan Bears, Sindh Dolphins

Career

Tests Career

Danish Kaneria In Test Match
Danish Kaneria In Test Match
Kaneria made his international debut as a leg-spinner in November 2000 at the age of 19, playing in a Test match against England at Faisalabad. In that same season, he played two Test matches against the same team taking only four wickets at the average of 54 runs. In the next year, he took six wickets in an innings twice against Bangladesh during the first match of 2001-02 Asian Test Championship. Kaneria took 12 wickets for 94 runs, Pakistan won the match, and his performance earned him the man of the match award. This was also his best bowling performance in a Test match.The following year, during the Pakistan tour Bangladesh, Kaneria achieved his career-best performance in an innings against the same team taking seven wickets for 77 runs at the Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka. In October 2003-04, he was part of the Pakistan team during the South Africa tour of Pakistan. In first Test match played at the Gaddafi Stadium, he took seven wickets for 111 runs including a five-wicket haul in the first innings. His performance in the match helped Pakistan winning the match and earned him the man of the match award.[3] South Africa-Pakistan- cricketarchive He bowled 28.3 overs continuously from the University End providing "the priceless asset of control" to his team and the South African batsmen were unable to "read him with certainty".He took ten wickets against Sri Lanka at the National Stadium, Karachi, with a second-innings haul of seven wickets for 118, setting up Pakistan's six-wicket win. He took ten wickets in the mach conceding 190 runs. Kaneria bowled 60 overs in that innings which caused his finger bleeding. His performance won him the man of the match award. In January 2005, Kaneria took eight wickets in a math against Australia conceding 204 runs including seven wickets for 188 runs in the first Australian innings. Despite Pakistan lost the match at the Sydney Cricket Ground, he achieved his third seven-wicket haul in Test cricket, and Australian cricketer Shane Warne praised his performance. During the innings, he reached his hundredth Test wicket.Kaneria was initially nominated for the ICC Test Player of the Year by the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 2005 for his performance during the previous year. Kaneria was once described by the BBC as a "match-winner with his leg-breaks".He played his last Test match against England at the Trent Bridge, Nottingham. Kaneria's Test career lasted almost ten years; he played 61 matches during his career taking 261 wickets at the average of 34.79. He took 15 five-wicket hauls and four four-wicket hauls. Kaneria took seven and six wickets in an innings on four and three occasions respectively. He achieved ten wickets in a Test match two time. He also scored 360 runs at the average of over seven runs whereas his highest in an innings remained 29 runs.Kaneria holds the record for most wickets by any Pakistani spin bowler, and the fourth highest wicket taker of Pakistan in Test cricket, only behind Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Imran Khan.

Domestic career

Danish Kaneria represented National Shipping Corporation, Karachi Whites, Pakistan Reserves, Habib Bank Limited cricket team (HBL), Karachi, Essex, Karachi Blues, Karachi Zebras, Karachi Harbour, Sindh cricket team, Baluchistan Bears, Karachi Dolphins and Pakistan A cricket team at domestic level. He started his first-class career when he played a match for National Shipping Corporation against HBL in 1998-99. He conceded 86 runs and took two wickets in the match. Kaneria played 206 first-class matches during 1998-99 and 2011-12, and took 1,024 wickets at the average of 26.16. His economy rate remained 2.98 and a strike rate of over 52. Kaneria took 71 five-wicket hauls during his first-class career. He also took ten or more wickets in a match on 12 occasions. He played his last match of that format against the Punjab cricket team at the Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore while playing for Sindh in February 2012. His best performance for an innings was eight wickets for 59 runs. As a batsman, Kaneria scored 1,918 runs in 264 innings at the average of 10.71 including a half-century. His highest score in first-class cricket remained 65 runs.Kaneria played his first LA match for Karachi White against Quetta cricket team in April 1998-99 at the United Bank Limited Sports Complex, Karachi. He conceded only 16 runs in 10 overs without taking a wicket. Kaneria played 167 LA matches during his career taking 262 wickets at the average of 22.70. He took eight five-wicket hauls and nine four-wicket hauls in the format. His best performance in LA was seven wickets for 39 runs. Kaneria also scored 379 runs in LA cricket at the average of 9.24 in including his solitary half-century. His highest score in the format was 64 runs. He lastly represented HBL in an LA against Pakistan International Airlines cricket team ( PIA) at the Gaddafi Stadium.[4] "Danish Kaneria- espncricinfo Kaneria's first T20 match came in April 2005 against Lahore Eagles while playing for Karachi Zebras. He played 65 T20 matches between 2005 and 2012 and took 87 wickets at the average of 18.78. He took two four-wicket hauls in T20s, and his best bowling performance in the format was four wickets for 22 runs. Kaneria scored 104 runs in T20s, and his final match came against the Peshawar Panthers playing for Karachi Zebras.

One Day Internationals Career

Danish Kaneria made his ODI debut in October 2001 against Zimbabwe at the Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium; he conceded 43 runs in seven overs without taking a wicket. Kaneria played his next match 18 months later against the same team at the same ground[5] ODI Matches- cricketarchive .

County Career

Kaneria played English County Championship between 2004 and 2010 representing the Essex. He impressed in county cricket, taking 32 wickets in seven championship matches for Essex in 2005. Although unable to play English county cricket in 2006 due to Pakistan's tour of England, he returned to play for Essex in 2007, taking 107 wickets for the County in all forms of the game.

Spot Fixing and Allegations

Danish Kaneria Looking Nice
Danish Kaneria Looking Nice

Arrest and release

In May 2010, he was arrested in connection with match irregularities in the 2009 domestic season. The investigations are believed to focus on a NatWest Pro40 match in September 2009, which Essex won.[6] "Kaneria-arrested- news.bbc In September 2010, police told Kaneria that the investigation had been closed and that he had been cleared of any allegations.He was selected for the two-match Test series against South Africa. Although he was a part of the training camp, the Pakistan Cricket Board ( PCB) stopped him from playing in the series. No reason was given for his exclusion from the series. He then played in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy for HBL, taking 18 wickets in two gamesOn 17 February 2012, during Mervyn Westfield's trial on spot fixing charges, Kaneria was named in court as the man who approached Westfield with the idea. They were teammates at the time the alleged approach took place. Now in June 2012, both have been found guilty of offences by an ECB disciplinary panel. As a consequence, Kaneria has been banned for life from playing cricket in England and Wales by the aforementioned panel. The PCB had previously agreed to abide by the ECB's decision. Kaneria appealed against the lifetime ban on him by the ECB for his involvement in a spot-fixing scandal. The appeal against English Cricket Boards decision was denied in July 2013 for the second time. saying "We note, with regret, that Mr Kaneria has neither made any admission of guilt nor expressed any remorse for his corrupt actions, despite the weight of evidence against him.

Personal life

Danish Kaneria is a Hindu and an ethnic Gujarati.He is married to Dharmita Kaneria (a daughter of a Varasia family) and has a daughter Parisa Kaneria and a son Danish Kaneria Jr.He is the first cousin of former Pakistani wicket-keeper Anil Dalpat.

Admits Match Fixing guilt

Danish Kaneria who was charged for the match-fixing in 2012 has finally admitted his role in a match-fixing scandal earlier today on 18th October 2018.  "My name is Danish Kaneria and I admit that I was guilty of the two charges brought against me by the England and Wales Cricket Board in 2012. He further added that the Cricket has given me so much now I want to give something back and asked for the forgiveness. He said that the fear of embarrassing his father was stopping him from this confession who was suffering from cancer at that time.

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