Mansoor Akhtar (Cricketer)

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Mansoor Akhtar is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in 19 Tests and 41 ODIs from 1980 to 1990. He partnered Waheed Mirza in a world record opening stand of 561 in 1977.
  • Personal
  • Name:

    Mansoor Akhtar

  • Famous As:

    Cricketer

  • Nationality:

    Pakistan

  • Residence:

    Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan

  • Religion:

    Islam

  • Profession:

    Cricketer

  • Born
  • Date:

    6 September 1962

  • Place:

    Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan

  • Career
  • National Side:

    Pakistan

  • Team Role:

    All-rounder

  • Bowling Style:

    Right-Arm - off Spin

  • Batting Style:

    Right-handed

  • Matches:

    19 in Tests & 41 in ODIs

  • Wickets :

    in Tests & 2 in ODIs

  • Bowling Average:

    in Tests & 55.00 in ODIs

  • Batting Average:

    25.19 in Tests & 17.44 in ODIs

  • 10 wickets in Match:

    in Tests & n/a in ODIs

  • Best Bowling:

    in Tests & 1/7 in ODIs

  • Catches/Stumpings:

    9 in Tests & 14 in ODIs

  • Balls Bowled:

    in Tests & 138 in ODIs

  • Runs Scored:

    655 in Tests & 593 in ODIs

  • Test Debut:

    Pakistan v West Indies at Lahore, Nov 24-29, 1980

  • Test Last:

    Australia v Pakistan at Melbourne, Jan 12-16, 1990

  • ODI Debut:

    Pakistan v West Indies at Karachi, Nov 21, 1980

  • ODI Last:

    Australia v Pakistan at Melbourne, Jan 3, 1990

  • 100s / 50s:

    1/3 in Tests & -/- in ODIs

  • Top Score:

    111 in Tests & 47 in ODIs

  • Domestic team:

    Karachi, Sind, United Bank Limited

Career

Mansoor Akhtar The Legend
Mansoor Akhtar The Legend
He played in 19 Tests and 41 ODIs from 1980 to 1990. He partnered Waheed Mirza in a world record opening stand of 561 in 1977. The partnership is still the best for the 1st wicket in first class cricket. He scored one century and three half-centuries, with a highest score of 111 against Australia in Faisalabad.


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