Mohammad Wasim (Cricketer)

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Mohammad Wasim is an ex-Pakistani cricketer who currently plays for Netherlands. He played in 18 Tests and 25 ODIs from 1996 to 2000 for Pakistan. Wasim shot to fame as a 19-year-old with 109 on debut against New Zealand at the Gaddafi Stadium in December 1997 - he had made a first-innings duck.

Title Description
Name: Mohammad Wasim
Nationality: Pakistan
Profession: Cricketer
National Side: Pakistan
Fielding position : Occasional wicketkeeper
Bowling Style: Legbreak googly
Batting Style: Right-hand bat
Matches: 18 in Tests & 25 ODIs
Batting Average: 30.11 in Tests & 23.60 ODIs
10 wickets in Match: - in Tests & n/a ODIs
Catches/Stumpings: 22/2 in Tests & 9/- ODIs
Runs Scored: 783 in Tests & 543 ODIs
Test Debut: Pakistan v New Zealand at Lahore, Nov 21-24, 1996
Test Last: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Galle, Jun 21-24, 2000
ODI Debut: Pakistan v New Zealand at Karachi, Dec 8, 1996
ODI Last: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Dhaka, Jun 5, 2000
T20 Debut : Karachi Zebras v Rawalpindi Rams at Karachi, Feb 24, 2006
T20 Last: Lahore Lions v Rawalpindi Rams at Karachi, Dec 23, 2006
100s / 50s: 2/2 in Tests & -/3 ODIs
Top Score: 192 in Tests & 76 ODIs
First-Class Debut: 1994/95
First-Class Last : Nov 12-15, 2011
Domestic team: Agriculture Development Bank of Pakistan, Khan Research Labs, North Holland Hurricanes, Otago, Rawalpindi, Rawalpindi A, Rawalpindi B, Rawalpindi Rams


Early Career

Waseem has scored two Test centuries for Pakistan including one on Test debut. His debut came against New Zealand in 1996, after scoring a duck in the first innings he went on to record 109 in the second innings batting at number 7. He gradually moved up the order in subsequent tests eventually to open the innings for Pakistan in Tests. His second test ton came against Zimbabwe, hitting 192 in Harare, 1998.[1] Wasim second test- cricinfo Wasim's most prominent experience in a Pakistani shirt came in Pakistan winning the Carlton and United Series in Australia against perhaps the two other most powerful sides in world cricket at the time, West Indies and hosts Australia. The series was low scoring and Wasim contributed significantly batting at number 6, in what is notoriously difficult place for Pakistani batsmen.His final Test appearance was in 2000 against Sri Lanka. After being discarded he was never recalled and when Pakistan decided upon a new set of youngsters in preparation for the 2003 World Cup.

Domestic Cricket

Mohammad Wasim Playing Well

Mohammad Wasim Playing Well

In 2002/03 season, Wasim moved to play first-class cricket for Otago in New Zealand.[2] Otago sign Wasim- for season After 2 years, he left Otago and continued to play first-class cricket in Pakistan. Wasim also claims that he was also offered to play for New Zealand but he refused it, thinking that he might have a chance for Pakistan. Within three years of being hailed as a great new talent, Wasim was discarded in faveur of Pakistan's next bunch of promising youngsters. In 2002-03 he left Pakistan and signed for Otago in New Zealand, playing his domestic cricket there.

Netherlands Debut

Wasim played for Netherlands, after he acquired Dutch nationality after living in the country for several years  playing his cricket for Sparta 1888 and Dosti Amsterdam. Wasim was a regular for the North Holland Hurricanes in the North Sea Pro Series that season and also turned out for Netherlands A in the Continental T20 Championship in Schiedam.He made good half-centuries at Hobart and Bridgetown, but was not consistent enough for the selectors and after back-to-back failures against Sri Lanka in 2000 he was dropped. His one-day career was similar, with some good performances, but not enough to maintain his spot in the side, especially given his tendency to start slowly.

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