Rahat Ali is a Pakistan-based cricketer who plays for the Pakistani cricket squad. He is fast to the medium left-arm bowler and a right-handed batsman. He belongs to PCC (Pioneers Cricket Club), a Multan-based PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) registered club. Rahat represented SNGPL (Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited), Multan Tigers, and Khan Research Laboratories.
In 2012 he was selected for ODI (One Day International) series played against Sri Lanka. This article contains all the information about him, including Rahat Ali Biography.
|Current age::||28 years 253 day(s)|
|Residence:||Multan, Punjab Pakistan|
|Date:||12th September 1988|
|Batting Style:||Left Arm Fast Medium|
|Matches:||Test 10, ODI 4|
|Wickets :||Test 52, ODI 5|
|5 wickets in Innings :||Test 2, ODI N/A|
|10 wickets in Match:||Test N/A, ODI N/A|
|Best Bowling:||Test 6/127, ODI 3/40|
|Balls Bowled:||Test 6/127, ODI 3/40|
|Runs Scored:||Test 94. ODI 0|
|Test Debut:||vs. South Africa at The Wanderers Stadium, Feb 01, 2013|
|Test Last:||vs. Australia at The Gabba, Dec 15, 2016|
|ODI Debut:||vs Sri Lanka at Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Jun 09, 2012|
|ODI Last:||vs. New Zealand at Eden Park, Jan 31, 2016|
|ODI Shirt Number:||90|
|T20 Debut :||Multan Tigers v Quetta Bears at Lahore, Dec 1, 2012 scorecard.|
|T20 Last:||Karachi Blues v Lahore Blues at Rawalpindi, Aug 31, 2016 scorecard|
|100s / 50s:||N/A|
|Domestic team:||2001/02 Punjab cricket team KRL cricket team, 2007– Multan Tigers|
Rahat Ali Biography
Rahat is a passionate cricketer who left his studies to pursue his career in cricket. He has represented several teams during his cricket career, including SNGPL (Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited), Multan Tigers, and Khan Research Laboratories. Rahat Ali has the ability to maintain speeds at 140km/hour, but he focuses on the swing. He was among thirty-three cricketers to receive a central contract in Aug 2018 for season 2018 to 2019 by PCB.
Ali made his first appearance for Multan in 2007-08 and moved to Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) the following season. In 2011-12, he played brilliantly for Khan Research Laboratories & Baluchistan, taking sixty-one 1st-class wickets. It led him to be added to Pakistan’s ODI team for the 2012 tour of Sri Lanka, but he could not appear in the series.
Rahat Date of Birth
He opened his eyes on 12th Sep 1988 in Multan, Punjab.
Education of Rahat
He discontinued his education to pursue his cricket career.
1st Test Match
He played his 1st test match against South Africa on 1st Feb 2013. Rahat Ali has the ability to maintain speeds at 140km/hour, but he focuses on the swing.
Received Central Contract
He was among thirty-three cricketers to receive a central contract in Aug 2018 for season 2018 to 2019 by PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board).
Part of Different Teams
He was added to Sindh’s team in March 2019 for Pakistan Cup 2019. He was added to a Southern Punjab team in Sep 2019 for Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2019 to 2020 tournament. Ahead of PSL Draft 2020, Lahore Qalandars released him. Peshawar Zalmi drafted him in Dec 2019.
- Lahore Qalandars
- Khan Research Laboratories
- Multan Tigers
- Peshawar Zalmi
- Multan Region Under-19s
- Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited
- Quetta Gladiators
Social Media Handles
His social media account include