Naved Latif

Naved Latif (Cricketer)

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Naved Latif is a Pakistani cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler. He has played in one Test match, against the West Indies in January/February 2002.[1] profile: Naved Latif- espncricinfo

Title Description
Name: Naved Latif
Nationality: Pakistan
Residence: Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan
Religion: Islam
Profession: Cricketer
Date: 21 February 1976
Place: Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan
National Side: Pakistan
Team Role: All-rounder
Bowling Style: Right-arm medium
Batting Style: Right-hand bat
Matches: 1 in Tests & 11 in ODIs
Batting Average: 10.00 in Tests & 23.81 in ODIs
10 wickets in Match: - in Tests & n/a in ODIs
Catches/Stumpings: -/- in Tests & 2/- in ODIs
Balls Bowled: - in Tests & 48 in ODIs
Runs Scored: 20 in Tests & 262 in ODIs
Only Test: Pakistan v West Indies at Sharjah, Jan 31-Feb 4, 2002
ODI Debut: Pakistan v Zimbabwe at Sharjah, Oct 31, 2001
ODI Last: Pakistan v South Africa at Rawalpindi, Oct 10, 2003
100s / 50s: -/- in Tests & 1/- in ODIs
Top Score: 20 in Tests & 113 in ODIs
First-Class Debut: 1993/94
First-Class Last : Jan 31-Feb 3, 2013
Domestic team: Allied Bank, Bahawalpur, ICL Pakistan XI, Lahore Badshahs, Pakistan Customs, Sargodha


Faisalabad Oct 12 2011

Faisalabad continued their poor start to this season's competition by being bowled out for 217 on the first day against Water and Power Development Authority in Sargodha. Fast bowlers Imran Khan and Kashif Raza shared the first six wickets to fall, reducing Faisalabad to 106 for 6. Veteran Naved Latif, who missed the opening game of the campaign, was the only batsman to cross 30, remaining unbeaten on a brisk 59. Faisalabad did fight back, though, through their bowlers. Abdul Rauf, who has only bowled once before in his ten-match first-class career, was given the new ball and he struck twice early, as WAPDA finished the day on 33 for 3.

Twenty20 cricket

During 2004/05 he started playing Twenty20 cricket. He made a few appearances in the South Nottinghamshire League in Division 1 for Plumtree CC, before signing for Lahore Badshahs in the Indian Cricket League in early 2008.

ODI Cricket

Latif made his ODI debut match against Zimbabwe in 2001. He later, made an outstanding century of 113 against Sri Lanka in his 2nd ODI match. His last appearance in ODI cricket was in 2003 against South Africa.

Quaid-e-Azam Trophy

Playing for Sargodha against Gujranwala in the 2000/01 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Latif scored 394 in exactly 13 hours. This was the highest first-class score made in Pakistan since Aftab Baloch's 428 at Karachi in 1973/74. It was also the tenth-highest score in the history of first-class cricket.

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