Shakib Al Hasan Profile
The full name is Shakib Al Hasan
Born March 24, 1987, Magura, Jessore
The current age is 32 years 310 days
The main parties are Bangladesh, Adelaide Strikers, Bangladesh A, Bangladesh Cricket Board XI, Barbados Trident, Brampton Wolves, Dhaka Gladiators, Jamaica Tala was, Karachi Kings, Khulna Division, Kolkata Knight Riders, Peshawar Warrior, Sunshine Wazir, Sunshine
Playing as an all-rounder
Batting style left-handed bat
Bowling style is gradually left-handed.
Test batting RANK – 30, ODI – 23 World Cup – 23, T20I – 31, IPL – NA, clear symbol – NA
Bowling text RANK – 20, ODI – 27 World Cup – 27, T20I – 8, IPL – NA, clear symbol – NA
Man of the Match – T20 -5, IPL-2, CPL-0, ODI-21, World Cup-3, Test -6,
Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib Al Hasan (born 27 March 1987) is a Bangladeshi cricketer. He is a left-handed middle-order batsman. And also he is a left-handed Orthodox spinner. He was the captain of the Bangladesh National Cricket Team Test and T20 International Until being banne from cricket.
He was regard as one of the greatest all-rounders in the world, regarding the greatest cricketer to play for Bangladesh. For 10 years, Shakib Al Hasan has been the number one all-rounder in international cricket. In 2006 August he made his ODI debut against Zimbabwe. Shakib is a former student of the Bangladesh Sports Education Institute (BKSP).
Shakib earned the distinction of being the number one all-rounder as the first and only cricketer in every cricket version, according to the ICC Player Rankings in January 2015. He became the first Bangladeshi cricketer to have earned 4000 in one-day cricket and became the highest personal run (217) collector on the January 13, 2017 Test.
Shakib completed 1000 runs as the second batsman in Bangladesh at T20 He also scored 1000 runs and 50 wickets in the T20 as a second all-rounder. He became the fastest player to achieve 5000 runs and 250 wickets in just 199 matches in June 2019.
Early life and youth cricket
On 23 March 1987 Shakib Al Hasan was born in Magura. Her father Mashroor Reza is an official of Bangladesh Agricultural Bank and mother Shirin Sharmin is a housewife. At a young age, Shakib was a sports enthusiast. His father used to play football for the Khulna Division and one for the Kazin Bangladesh national team. At the age of 17 in 2004, Khulna named to the National League.
At the age of just 15, Shakib got a chance to play in the Under-19 squad. He helped the team win by scoring only 86 balls in the final of the Under-19 Tri-Country Tournament in 2005 (the other two were England and Sri Lanka). Shakib played 18 one-day internationals for the Under-19 team from 2005 to 2006. He scored 563 runs at 35.18 and took 22 wickets at 20.18.
Years of anointing
Shakib got the chance to play in the Bangladesh national team for the first time on a 2006 Zimbabwe tour. Farhad Reza and Mushfiqur Rahim made their ODI debut on the same tour. Shakib and Reza were then regarded as “the most talented young talent in the country”, all whose departments have outstanding talent.
The then chief selector Farooq Ahmed recalled: “We expect a lot of young people. Now is the time for them to play at the international level.” Shakib made his one-day international debut on August 6. His first victim was Elton Chigumbura. 39-1, this was his bowling figure of the day. In the bat, he was unbeaten on 30 off 30 balls.
The young man was named in the 15-man Bangladesh squad led by Habibul Bashar at the 2007 Cricket World Cup hosted by the West Indies. The team was able to go to the second round of the tournament and finished the tournament as the 7th team. Losing a strong India, the party gave birth to a major setback. Bangladesh cricket team easily reached the target of 192, with Tamim, Mushfiqur, and Shakib scoring on half-centuries.
Shakib scored another half-century against England in the tournament. In 9 games, he scored 202 runs at an average of 28.85. Ashraful (216) scored the highest for Bangladesh. Shakib also took 7 wickets at an average of 43.14. Bangladesh got a chance to play in the second round due to a win against the West Indies in the first round of the ICC Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa. Shakib took 34 for 4 in the match. Shakib is the first Bangladeshi to win more than 5 wickets in the T20 format.
Becoming the World’s Best All-Rounder (2008-2009)
Despite being an all-rounder, Shakib was regarded as a batsman, not a bowler, until the Bangladesh Tour of New Zealand in October 2008. He was batting at number seven in the Test but he remained in the first five batsmen in ODIs. Ahead of the tour, coach Jimmy Siddons said Shakib will be playing a Test series as a specialist bowler.
In the first innings of the inaugural Test, he picked up seven wickets for 37 runs. that was the best bowling figure in any Bangladeshi bowler’s test. Bangladesh is 2-0 at the series rate, but Shakib became the highest wicket-taker in the series with 10 wickets at an average of 17.80. BC (Bangladesh Cricket) won the first match of the One-day series. It was Bangladesh’s first win in a one-day series against New Zealand.
In the end, however, the hosts are 2-1 at the series. Shakib was the second-highest wicket-taker in Bangladesh in the series, taking 5 wickets in 3 matches and behind Mashrafe Mortaza (7 wickets). Former Australian leg-spinner Carrie O’Keefe has impressed with Shakib’s bowling, calling him “the best finger spinner in the world”. On January 22, 2009, Shakib rose to Number one in the ICC ODI All-Rounder Rankings. In 2011, he was bought by the Kolkata Knight Riders at an IPL auction for $ 425,000.
Co-captaincy and captaincy (2009-2010)
At the beginning of 2009, Ashraful’s captaincy faced questions due to some of the rates drawn by Bangladesh and the long run. From then on, the BCB began to consider Shakib as a “potential contributor” to the national team. The BCB, however, was not in favor of putting the burden of captaincy on Shakib’s shoulders so quickly.
Later, in the first phase of the ‘T20 World Cup, 2009’, the defeat of Bangladesh, Ireland and India gave rise to the issue of Ashraful’s captaincy. Mashrafe was given the role of captain in June 2009, while Shakib was made the vice-captain. Shakib Al-Hasan played against West Indies (2009), Zimbabwe (2009), England tour (2010), Asia Cup (2010), New Zealand and Zimbabwe (2010) as co-captains.
Test and T20 captaincy (2017-present)
Shakib appointed captain of the T20 team for the second time following the retirement of Mashrafe bin Murtaza in 2017. Later, Mushfiqur Rahim was removed from Test captaincy and Shakib was again appointed as the captain of the Test team.
Member of MCC (2017-present)
Shakib was nominating as a member of the MCC World Cricket Committee on September 18, 2017. Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC for short) is establish in 2006. The committee is all about the game, with the rules, the ICC recommending the good and bad of the game. The current and former cricketers and umpires of the world are nominating members. MCC makes most of the discussions and recommendations related to cricket. The ICC approved the meeting of the committee.
Criticism of Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib Al Hasan has been criticize at various times for his activities on and off the field. During the 2nd ODI of the series between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, held on February 20, 2014, he showed indecent gestures in the dressing room, banned three matches and fined Tk 3 lakh.
On 29 October 2019, the ICC banned from the ICC for two years for allegedly forbidding the gamblers from reporting to the ICC or the BCB. Shakib later confessed wrongdoing and reduced to 1 year.
Personal life of Shakib Al Hasan
On December 12, 2012, Shakib Al Hasan gets married to the United States expatriate Um Ahmed Shishir. Their wedding ceremony held at Hotel Rupsi Bangla in Dhaka. Where different players of the Bangladesh national cricket team were present. He is currently the father of a daughter.