Zahoor Elahi (Cricketer)

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Zahoor Elahi (born 1 March 1971 in Sahiwal, Punjab) is a Pakistani cricketer who played in 2 Tests and 14 ODIs from 1996 to 1997. His debut was against Zimbabwe. His brothers Manzoor and Saleem were also cricketers.
  • Personal
  • Name:

    Zahoor Elahi

  • Nationality:

    Pakistan

  • Religion:

    Islam

  • Profession:

    Cricketer

  • Born
  • Date:

    1 March 1971

  • Place:

    Sahiwal

  • Career
  • National Side:

    Pakistan

  • Team Role:

    All-rounder

  • Bowling Style:

    Right-arm medium

  • Batting Style:

    Right-hand bat

  • Matches:

    2 in Tests & 14 in ODIs

  • Batting Average:

    10.00 in Tests & 22.84 in ODIs

  • 10 wickets in Match:

    - in Tests & n/a in ODIs

  • Catches/Stumpings:

    1/- in Tests & 2/- in ODIs

  • Runs Scored:

    30 in Tests & 297 in ODIs

  • Test Debut:

    Pakistan v New Zealand at Lahore, Nov 21-24, 1996

  • Test Last:

    Pakistan v New Zealand at Rawalpindi, Nov 28-Dec 1, 1996

  • ODI Debut:

    Pakistan v Zimbabwe at Peshawar, Nov 3, 1996

  • ODI Last:

    Pakistan v West Indies at Melbourne, Jan 20, 1997

  • 100s / 50s:

    -/- in Tests & -/3 in ODIs

  • Top Score:

    22 in Tests & 86 in ODIs

  • First-Class Debut:

    1985/86

  • First-Class Last :

    Dec 4-6, 2010

  • Domestic team:

    Agriculture Development Bank of Pakistan, Dhaka Metropolis, Faisalabad, House Building Finance Corporation, Khan Research Laboratories, Lahore, Multan, Pakistan Automobiles Corporation, Rawalpindi, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited

Biography

Crickter Zahoor Ellahi
Crickter Zahoor Ellahi
Zahoor Elahi's first-class career was in complete contrast to his Test career. A first-class career that spanned over almost three decades merited only two Tests, both in the same series against the Kiwis in 1996. The series was a deadlock at 1-1 but Zahoor never got to play again in the whites. His two brothers also played for Pakistan - Manzoor Elahi and Saleem Elahi. Zahoor's ODI career saw him playing 14 ODIs but not with great success. Three ducks in the Carlton and United series in 1996/97 involving West Indies and Australia down under put a lid on his international career. But that never deterred him from being a constant at the first-class level. A tryst which started in the 1985-86 season carried on till 2009-10. He ended up playing 249 first-class games and accumulated more than 14,000 runs.  [1] Biography Biography  

Batting and Fielding Average

MatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100504s6sCtSt
Tests230302210.007738.96004110
ODIs141412978622.8450758.570325620
First-class249419301433520336.8531771570
List A189187216366133*38.341336520

Bowling Average

MatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10
Tests2------------
ODIs14------------
First-class24932901689405/5542.223.0882.210
List A18914551195395/315/3130.644.9237.3020
[2] Average Average

Recent Matches

 Bat and Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Score Card
 35* Khan RL v P Panthers Peshawar 22 Jan 2011 LA
 30 Khan RL v L Eagles Lahore 20 Jan 2011 LA
 3 Khan RL v State B of P Rawalpindi 4 Dec 2010 FC
 16, 31* Khan RL v Pakistan TV Rawalpindi 28 Nov 2010 FC
 0 Khan RL v Abbottabad Abbottabad 22 Nov 2010 FC
 5, 4* Khan RL v Lahore S Lahore 10 Nov 2010 FC
 0, 29* Khan RL v Peshawar Mardan 4 Nov 2010 FC
 25, 46 Khan RL v Hyd (pakstn) Hyderabad (Sind) 29 Oct 2010 FC
 60 Khan RL v Habib Bank Rawalpindi 18 Feb 2010 LA
 14 Khan RL v Zebras Rawalpindi 16 Feb 2010 LA

Career Statistics

  1. Test Debut         Pakistan v New Zealand at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, November 21, 1996 
  2. Last Test            Pakistan v New Zealand at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi, November 28, 1996
  3. ODI Debut         Pakistan v Zimbabwe at Arbab Niaz Stadium, Peshawar, November 3, 1996
  4. Last ODI            Pakistan v West Indies at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, January 20, 1997   [3] Career Statistics


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