Shahzaib Hasan (Sports Man)

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Mohammad Shahzaib hasan khan better known as shahzaib hasan who marked his name in cricket field with his hardwork and after the victory of 2009 match. but recently on 28th Feb 2018 he has been banned by Pakistan cricket board for some corruption.
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  • Name:

    Shahzaib Hasan

  • Full Name:

    Mohammad Shahzaib Hasan Khan

  • In Urdu:

    شاہ زیب حسن

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  • Profession:

    He is a Pakistani crickter

  • ODI Debut:

    15 June 2010 v Sri Lanka

  • Last ODI:

    8 November 2010 v South Africa

  • T20I Debut:

    13 June 2009 v New Zealand

  • Last T20I:

    27 October 2010 v South Africa

  • Height:

    6 Ft

  • Batting:

    Right hand Bat

  • Bowling:

    Off break

  • Role:

    Opening batsman

  • Born
  • Date:

    25 December 1989

  • Place:

    Karachi, Pakistan


Pakistani crickter Shahzaib hasan
Pakistani crickter Shahzaib hasan
A robust striker of the ball, Shahzaib Hasan was selected for the 2009 T20 World Cup on the basis of his ability to strike the ball long and hard. Although he was not a complete success, Hasan did provide some solid starts in what was a victorious campaign. Born on 25 December 1989 in Karachi Shahzaib impressed Karachi experts with his ability to slog on both sides of the ground. Good performances at the domestic level for Karachi Blues, both in the four-day as well as one-day tournament fast-tracked him into the T20 line-up. Shahzaib’s technical weakness was exposed at the highest level though, and though he did feature in 10 T20Is and 3 ODIs, he remains in wilderness since the series against South Africa in 2010.  [1] Biography Biography  

International Career

After poor performances by Salman Butt at the start of the tournament, he made his Twenty20 international debut on 13 June 2009 against New Zealand scoring 35 off 28 balls hitting 4 fours and 2 sixes. He maintained his place in the side, scoring 19 runs in the final against Sri Lanka as Pakistan went on to win the 2009 ICC World Twenty20. After his performance in the Twenty20 he gained a lot of weight and wasn't chosen for touring in any formats of the game, however he was named in the 2010 Asia Cup squad along with many surprises such as Shoaib Akhtar, Asad Shafiq, Umar Amin and Abdur Rehman. He then scored his maiden fifty against Bangladesh in his third ODI during the 2010 Asia Cup. He was then selected in the neutral test series against Australia in 2010. He was also selected for the ODI and Twenty20 series against England. Shahzaib Hasan then participated in the warm-up match against Somerset (just before the England series) and scored 105 runs and made a 169-run stand with Fawad Alam for the fourth wicket. Shahzaib initially wasn't selected for the tour of South Africa in October 2010, but after pressure from captain Shahid Afridii, the team management of Waqar Younis, Aaqib Javed and Intikhab Alam the selectors added Shahzaib and fast-bowler Wahab Riaz to the ODI and Twenty20 squads. Shahzaib performed well in the 2010-11 Faysal Bank Twenty-20 Cup He scored 239 runs in the tournament and helped his new domestic team the Karachi Dolphins to the final of the tournament. He scored 33 runs in the final but couldn't stop Karachi Dolphins sliding to defeat as the Lahore Lions had scored 221 runs the Dolphins were bowled out for 184 with 4 deliveries left. Shahzaib's highest score during the tournament was 101* and he was the only person to score a century in the tournament. [2] International career

Batting and Fielding Average

List A60602212017136.551983106.9051224465220
[3] Batting and Bowling average

Bowling Average

Bowling averages
List A601122420552/272/2741.005.4944.8000

Recent Matches

 Bat and Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Score Card
 19 Karachi Kngs v Quetta Glad Dubai (DSC) 11 Feb 2017 T20
 0 Karachi Kngs v Zalmi Dubai (DSC) 10 Feb 2017 T20
 2 Karachi W v Peshawar Karachi 27 Jan 2017 LA
171 Karachi W v Islamabad Karachi 23 Jan 2017 LA
 0 Karachi W v Rawalpindi  Rawalpindi 20 Jan 2017 LA
 49 Karachi W v Lahore Blues Islamabad 12 Jan 2017 LA
 9 Karachi W v Lahore W Rawalpindi 10 Jan 2017 LA
 7 Karachi W v Karachi B Islamabad 8 Jan 2017 LA
 0/31, 12, 0/15, 15 Karachi W v Sui Northern Karachi 3 Dec 2016 FC
 9, 0/10, 0 Karachi W v WAPDA Karachi 26 Nov 2016 FC

Suspended From Cricket

Batsman Shahzaib Hasan has become the fifth Pakistan player to be provisionally suspended by the PCB last year in 2017 as part of its investigation into alleged corruption in the Pakistan Super League. Shahzaib was suspended with immediate effect from all forms of cricket for allegedly failing to report a suspect approach in time and in full detail, and also for allegedly inducing players in corruption indirectly. He was charged with breaching three major clauses of the PCB's anti-corruption code - 2.1.4, 2.4.4 and 2.4.5 - and was given 14 days to respond, the board confirmed. [4] Suspended from cricket

Banned for 1 Year

PCB bann Shahzaib hasan for 1 year
PCB bann Shahzaib hasan for 1 year
The anti-corruption unit (ACU) of Pakistan Cricket Board on Wednesday 28th Feb 2018 banned opener Shahzaib Hassan for one year in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing case. The cricketer was directed to pay a fine of Rs1 million. Shahzaib is the fourth player found guilty of involvement in spot-fixing in the second Pakistan Super League (PSL). In March, last year, he was suspended by the PCB with immediate effect from participating in all forms of cricket. Shahzaib faced charges of persuading fellow players for spot-fixing and failing to disclose approaches as well as details of any such crime. The PCB’s anti-corruption body handed him punishment on two charges. Earlier, Sharjeel Khan was handed down a five-year ban in the same case. [5] Banned for 1 year  

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