Rana Naved Ul Hasan (Sports Man)

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Rana Naved-ul-Hasan is a Pakistani cricketer who played for the Pakistani Test and One Day International teams. He also played for sussex County Cricket Club in England and the Tasmania Tigers in the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash competition.
  • Personal
  • Name:

    Rana Naved ul Hasan

  • In Urdu:

    رانا نوید الحسن

  • Famous As:

    Crickter

  • Nationality:

    Pakistani

  • Religion:

    Islam

  • Profession:

    Crickter

  • Height:

    6 Ft 1 Inch

  • Batting:

    Right Handed

  • Bowling:

    Right arm Fast medium

  • Role:

    All rounder

  • Awards :

    Man of the match Award

  • Born
  • Date:

    28 February 1978

  • Place:

    Sheikhupura, Punjab

  • Family
  • Ethnicity:

    Rana

Biography

A right-arm fast-medium bowler capable of generating good pace with late swing, he is a genuine strike bowler although prone to leaking runs. He often bowls the reverse-swinging yorker in one day cricket and has good control over changes of pace, although he is notoriously expensive. Rana is also a useful attacking lower-order batsman with 3 first class hundreds. He left playing cricket due to personal reasons during 1995-1999. Rana has only made the occasional Test appearance for Pakistan with little success, having to compete with the likes of Shoaib Akhtar, Mohammad Asif, Umar Gul and Mohammad Sami for a place in the side. As a result he has become something of an ODI specialist. [1] Biography Biography

Career

Rana Naved-ul-Hasan's international career began after Pakistan's shabby 2003 WC campaign and all but ended after a shabbier 2007 WC in the Caribbean.The Punjab born pacer is a fine exponent of reverse swing and can also generate late swing with the newish ball. With Azhar Mahmood, Abdul Razzak going off the boil, Rana was given a fair run in the ODI team until 2007. His Test appearances were limited to 9, an indication that Naved-ul-Hasan was typecast as a limited overs specialist. His finest hour arrived when he scalped 6-27 against arch-rivals, India at Jamshedpur in 2004-2005, bowling Pakistan to a massive win. He was also a handy batsman lower down the order as evidenced by his 5 tons and 12 fifties at the first-class level. In the aftermath of the 2007 WC, Rana was sent packing out of the team. He then forayed into the unsanctioned ICL. Though he turned out to be a big hit there, it left his Pakistan career in jeopardy. Upon severing ties with the league, he was called back for Pakistan's disastrous tour of Australia in 2009 and copped a one-year ban along with Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Yousuf and Younis Khan for various reasons. While Malik, Yousuf and Younis managed to have their bans lifted, Naved-ul-Hasan was left out. [2] Career Career

One Year Ban

After a disastrous tour of Australia in January, Naved-ul-Hasan was banned for 1 year along with several other players receiving different types of consequences. However the PCB lifted his ban but he had already served six-months of his sentence. Other players implicated included Mohammad Yousuf, Younis Khan both were banned for life but had there bans lifted after two months. And Shoaib Malik was banned for one-year and had his ban lifted after serving three-months of it.

Country Cricket

Since June 2005 Rana played English county cricket for Sussex, where he formed an effective partnership with fellow Pakistani bowler Mushtaq Ahmed. He has also had success with the bat, scoring a career best 139 against Middlesex. On 12 September 2007 Rana dislocated his shoulder in a match against Durham and had to be carried off the field. This was thought to have be his last game for Sussex as the ECB brought in a rule which restricts each county to one overseas player and Sussex opted for Mushtaq Ahmed. Rana received offers from Leicestershire and Yorkshire to remain in English County Cricket, and on 26 September 2007 signed a two year deal with Yorkshire. For the 2010 season he was signed by Sussex as early-season cover for compatriot Yasir Arafat. Sussex have turned to the now 32-year-old as Arafat will be with his country's squad for the ICC World Twenty20 in the West Indies until 21 May. 

World Record

Rana naveed made a world record
Rana naveed made a world record
Pakistani Fast Bowler Rana Naveed Ul Hassan has created Guinness Book of World Record by facing 45 balls in one minute. Now Rana Naveed has achieved record of facing mostballs in one minute. Rana Naveed Make this record in Punjab Youth Festival. Talking to Media, Rana Naveed said that he practiced 3-4 days to break this world record. Naveed said that he is happy that he made this record. Rana Naveed named this record to his father and Pakistani Nation. While recalling his father, Naveed became bereaved. [3] World record  

Batting and Fielding Average

MatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100504s6sCtSt
Tests915323942*19.9128484.150032530
ODIs7451185243315.8762084.51003816160
T20Is4211817*18.0016112.50000220
First-class15622422443113921.93512730
List A19714840248110022.97110540
T20s126833010379519.56805128.81027348460
[4] Batting and Fielding average

Bowling Average

MatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10
Tests91615651044183/305/9358.004.0086.9000
ODIs7472346632211106/276/2729.285.5731.5610
T20Is448510153/193/1920.207.1217.0000
First-class15628391158786557/4924.243.3543.3347
List A197919580802876/276/2728.155.2732.01030
T20s126125256130601535/175/1720.007.1616.7210

Career Information

 Test Debut vs Sri Lanka at National Stadium, Oct 28 2004
 Last Test vs South Africa at Super Sport Park, Jan 11 2007
 ODI Debut vs Sri Lanka at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, April 04 2003
 Last ODI vs Australia at W.A.C.A Ground, 31 January 2010
 T20 Debut vs England at Country Ground, Aug 28 2003
 Last T20 vs Australia at Melbourne Cricket Ground, 5 Feb 2010
[5] Career Information

Recent Matches

 Bat and Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date ScoreCard
 0/27, 6* Hurricane v Destroyers Manama 6 Oct 2017 Other T20
 0*, 0/12 Hurricane v Rangers Manama 5 Oct 2017 Other T20
 0/11 Hurricane v Avengers Manama 3 Oct 2017 Other T20
 0, 1/17 Hurricane v Rangers Manama 1 Oct 2017 Other T20
 1/19 Hurricane v Crusader Manama 29 Sep 2017 Other T20
 2/12, 2* Hurricane v Destroyers Manama 28 Sep 2017 Other T20
 13*, 0/24 Hurricane v BraveHearts Manama 27 Sep 2017 Other T20
 4, 4/9 Arabians v Leo Lions Dubai (DSC) 13 Feb 2016 Other T20
 14*, 0/49 Arabians v Sagittarius Dubai (DSC) 11 Feb 2016 Other T20
 1*, 1/27 Arabians v Virgo Skings Sharjah 6 Feb 2016 Other T20

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