Shakib Al Hasan Profile – ICC Ranking, Age, Career Info & Biography

Shakib Al Hasan-Career Info & Biography

Introduction of Shakib Al Hasan: According to the ICC’s One-Day International Player Rankings, he is the best all-around player in the game. He bats aggressively with his left hand in the middle of the order and bowls with a slow, controlled left-arm orthodox delivery. ESPN classified him as the 90th most popular athlete worldwide in 2019.

It was against India that Shakib Al Hasan first played in a test match in 2007. His big moment came in a Test match against New Zealand in Chittagong in 2008. Shakib amassed 237 runs, including three fifties, and six wickets in the 2012 Asia Cup.

For the first time in the tournament’s history, Bangladesh reached the championship game but fell short against Pakistan by a score of 2 runs.

Shakib Al Hasan’s outstanding effort throughout the game earned him several accolades. Thanks to his outstanding efforts with the bat and the ball, he was named the 2019 Cricket World Cup’s Most Valuable Player.

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Early years of Shakib Al Hasan-

Shakib, a native of Magura, Khulna, has been playing cricket since he was a kid. Utpal Shuvro, the sports editor of Prothom Alo, claims that Shakib “was quite adept at cricket and was regularly contracted to play for other towns and teams.”

After one of those games, an umpire was so taken with Shakib that he got him some practice time with the Islampur Para Club, a team in the Magura Cricket League.

As usual, Shakib batted fiercely and bowled quickly during practice, but he also tried his hand at spin bowling, which did not go so well.

Even though he had previously played cricket using a taped tennis ball, he was selected to play for Islampur and promptly took a wicket with his very first delivery.

He put in six months of work at Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protishtan, a state-sponsored sports facility.

The career of Shakib Al Hasan-

He was reinstated to the national team for the Test and ODI series against the West Indies after serving a one-year suspension.

At home, in the opening ODI, he took his 150th wicket.  Another landmark for Shakib, the left-arm spinner has now bowled in 100 home innings for Bangladesh.

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In the third one-day international, he became the first and only cricketer in history to achieve the feat of scoring 6,000 runs and taking 300 wickets in all formats for a single country.