Rumman Raees
Rumman Raees

Another product of Pakistan’s supply chain of left-arm fast bowlers, Rumman Raees has found a way to stand out. He came to prominence in the 2016 Pakistan Super League and made his Pakistan debut in a T20I against West Indies in September that year. But it was in the 2017 PSL that Raees came into his own, taking 12 wickets in seven matches. He possesses a number of cunning variations, the most dangerous one being a devilishly disguised slower ball. At the same time he can generate impressive pace, and regularly hit yorkers, which makes him particularly dangerous both at the start and the death of any innings.[1] T20I against West Indies – in September

Name:Rumman Raees
Famous As:Cricket player
Residence:Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Date:18 October 1991
Place:Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Current age:25 years
National Side:Pakistan
Team Role:Fast bowler
Bowling Style:Left-arm fast medium
Batting Style:Right hand
ODI Debut:14 June 2017 v England
T20 Debut :27 September 2016 v West Indies
T20 Last:2 April 2017 v West Indies
First-Class Debut:Karachi Blues v Water and Power Development Authority at Karachi, Nov 22-24, 2010
First-Class Last :Lahore Blues v United Bank Limited at Lahore, Oct 7-10, 2016
List A Debut:Karachi Dolphins v Peshawar Panthers at Karachi, Feb 12, 2010
List A Last:England v Pakistan at Cardiff, Jun 14, 2017
Domestic team: Islamabad United, Karachi Blues, Karachi Dolphins, Karachi Zebras, Pakistan Under-23s, United Bank Limited

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He was selected in Pakistan’s squad for the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 tournament, but was dropped due to a knee injury.[2] Pakistan pick Raees for WT20 – Cricinfo He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for Pakistan against the West Indies on 27 September 2016.Raees was initially not named in Pakistan’s squad for the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, but was added to the team as a replacement for the injured Wahab Riaz.He made his One Day International (ODI) debut in the semi-final against England on 14 June replacing the injured Mohammad Amir.

He took two wickets for 44 runs including England’s opener Alex Hales.[3] Rumman Raees replaces and –   injured Raees was picked for the limited-overs leg of Pakistan’s West Indies tour in April 2017 and played another T20I there, but he was omitted from the Champions Trophy squad that year. He was later called in as a replacement midway through the tournament, when Wahab Riaz sustained an injury in England. Thrown into the deep end, Raees made his ODI debut in the semi-finals of the tournament, after Mohammad Amir pulled out with a back injury at the very last minute.[4] Raees was picked for the –   limited-overs