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Kabir Khan BiographyMuhammad Kabir Khan started his international career as a fast bowler when two Ws were part of the national team. So it was hard for the young pacer to establish himself as a regular member of the national team. He impressed in the limited-overs cricket but could not outnumber his competitors. Kabir left professional first-class cricket in 2005 and soon appointed the coach of the Habib Bank Limited team in the domestic season. He adopted this role successfully and got many more coaching opportunities.
Kabir date of BirthKabir was born on 12th April 1974 at Peshawar, KPK.
Education of KabirHe graduated from Edward’s College Peshawar.
Kabir Khan FamilyHe is an ethnic Pashtun; his father was from Afghanistan.
Initial CareerAs a professional cricketer, Kabir made his way to cricket in 1990. He played both List-A and first-class cricket from the season of 1990-91. It almost took him four years to get into the national squad for the first time. His success at the domestic level gave him his first opportunity to play as an international cricketer in the tour of Sri-Lanka.
- Kabir is one of those cricketers who were outstanding at the domestic level and achieved a lot as a professional cricketer, but could never transform his local form into the international level.
- Besides Pakistan, he played for the teams, including Peshawar Cricket Association, Habib Bank Limited, House Building Finance Corporation, and the rest. He was a very successful first-class bowler, when he represented in 114 games and bowled brilliantly at an average of 21.18.
- His impressive record included Three ten-wicket hauls as well as 26 five-wicket hauls with a total of 437 wickets. Kabir raised his bat half thrice in the first class by making three half-centuries with the bat. He was a decent bowler in List-A who appeared in 93 matches and took 114 wickets. Kabir averaged 25.23 with the ball.