Shakib Al Hasan stats, Biography, ODI, Test, T20 and IPL career

Shakib Al Hasan
Also known as: Saqibul Hasan
Playing role: Allrounder
Batting style: Left-hand bat
Bowling style: Slow left-arm orthodox

Shakib Al Hasan (born 24 March 1987) is a Bangladeshi great cricketer. He is a left-handed middle-order batsman and left-handed Orthodox spin blower.

Shakib Al Hasan is the captain of the Bangladesh National Cricket Team Test and T20 International Edition till 28 October 2019. He regarded as one of the greatest and famous all-rounders in the world and also regarded as the greatest cricketer to play for the Bangladesh cricket team.

Shakib, who holds the top all-rounder’s record for ten years, still holds the highest ranking in the one-day international and test formats.

Shakib Al Hasan made his ODI debut against Zimbabwe in August 2006. He is a former student at the Bangladesh Sports Education Institute (BKSP). He earned the distinction of being the number one all-rounder in Test cricket, ODI and T20 in each cricket version as per the ICC Player Rankings in January 2015.

Shakib Al Hasan became the first Bangladeshi cricket player to have scored 4000 in one-day cricket and became the highest personal run (217) collector on the 13 January 2017 Test. He achieved 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.

In June 2019, he became the fastest player to achieve 5000 runs and 250 wickets in just 199 matches.

Early years and youth cricket

Shakib Al Hasan was born (on 23 March 1987) in Magura. His 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 lover. Sakib’s father used to play football for the Khulna Division and one Cousin for the Bangladesh national team.

As described by the daily Prothomalo sports editor, Utopal Shubhra, “Shakib Al Hasan’s cricketing skills were exceptional and he selected to play in the countryside.” In one of these matches, Shakib impressed an umpire who later granted Shakib to practice with Islampur Para Club (a team from Magura Cricket League).

Shakib continued his attacking batting and fast bowling as well as exploring with spin bowling for the first time and was successful. As a result, Islampur got the indications to play in the squad and took the wicket for the first time. This was his first ball with a sensible cricket ball until then he used to play with a taped tennis ball. He underwent six months of training at the Bangladesh Sports Educational Institute (BKSP) and at the age of 17 in 2004 he enrolled in the Khulna squad to play in the National League.

At the age of just 15, Shakib75 got a chance to play in the Under-19 team. He supported the team to win by scoring only 86 balls in the final of the Under-19 tri-nation tournament in 2005 (the other two were England and Sri Lanka).

Shakib Al Hasan played 18 ODI internationals for the Under-19 team from 2005 to 2006. He scored 563 runs at an average of 35.18 And a total of 22 wickets at 20.18.

International career

Debut years

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 have high expectations for young people. Now it’s 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.

Shahriar Nafis scored the first century of his career to make Bangladesh a match-winner. The match was the last match of the series, so Zimbabwe won 3-2. In September of the same year, Shakib, Farhad Reza and Mehrab Hossain Jr. contracted an agreement with the Bangladesh Cricket Board(BCB).

As a result, the number of players contracted with the board increased from 20 to 23 a. The young cricketer was named to the Bangladesh squad of 15, 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. The team Defeated a big kind of excitement that a strong India.

Bangladesh easily reached the target of 192, with Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim 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.

Mohammad Ashraful (216) scored the highest for Bangladesh. Shakib also took seven wickets at an average of 43.14. In May of that year, India came to Bangladesh for two Tests and three one-day tours.

Shakib made his Test debut against India on May 18. The debut was not exactly a dream for him. The all-rounder scored 27 runs and was left wicketless with 13 overs. The match was drawn. India won the Test series by 1-0 and in the ODI series 3-0.

At the end of the series, Dave Whatmore left the team’s coach and Mohammad Ashraful replaced Habibul Bashar. Bangladesh got a chance to play in the second round due to a win against West Indies in the first round of the ICC Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa in September.

Shakib took 34 for 4 in the match. Shakib is the first Bangladeshi to win more than three wickets in the T20 format. In October, it announced that Jamie Siddons, Australia’s then-assistant coach, was coming to take over the Bangladesh team. Siddons adopted a long-term plan for the betterment of Bangladesh and announced more opportunities for talented young people at the international level.

In December 2007, the Bangladesh team came to New Zealand to play two Tests and three ODIs. Shakib replaced Enamul Haque Jr. for his batting quality in the next Test despite missing the opportunity to play in the first Test. This was Shakib’s fourth Test. Until then, Shakib was a wicket-less in the Test. Shakib’s first Test victim was Craig Cumming from New Zealand.

New Zealand conquered by an innings and 137 runs. In the ODI series, New Zealand also whitewashes Bangladesh. Shakib scored 31 runs in three matches at an average of 10.33 and took three wickets at an average of 42.33. In February-March 2008, he visited South Africa, Bangladesh for two Tests and three ODIs.

In both Tests, the visiting team won. Shakib took just one wicket with 122 runs and scored 75 runs off the bat. South Africa also won 3-0 in the ODI series. One thousand runs in one-day international series, Shakib crossed the milestone. Shakib has a batting average of 35.37 in 39 matches.

Becoming the World’s Best All-Rounder (2008-2009)

Despite being an all-rounder, Shakib 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. In advance of the tour, coach Jimmy Siddons said Shakib would be playing a Test series as a specialist bowler.

Shakib did not disappoint the coach. In the first innings of the inaugural Test, he picked up seven wickets for 37 runs. That was the best bowling figures by a Bangladesh bowler in Tests. Bangladesh loss the series at 2-0, But Shakib took ten wickets at an average of 17.80 was the highest wicket-taker in the series. Bangladesh acquired the first match of the ODI 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 became the second-highest wicket-taker in Bangladesh in the series, taking five wickets in 3 matches and behind Mashrafe Mortaza (7 wickets). The following month, Bangladesh team travel to South Africa to play two Tests, three ODIs and a T20 here Shakib’s bowling performance continued here as well.

On the first day of the first Test, when Shakib was wicketless, Mohammad Salahuddin (then assistant coach of Bangladesh) advised him to give ‘flight’. Shakib took five wickets on the second day, following Guru’s advice. In the second Test, Shakib again took five wickets in one inning.

At the end of the series, Shakib holds 11 wickets at an average of 20.81. Former Australian leg-spinner Carrie O’Keefe has impressed with Shakib’s bowling, calling him “the best finger spinner in the world.”Sri Lanka came to the country in December 2008 to play two Tests and a tri-nation one-day tournament (the other was Zimbabwe). Sri Lanka won both Tests. As well as the one-day tournament finals.

However, Shakib’s 92 * run in the second match of the group stage gave Bangladesh a taste of their only win in the series against Sri Lanka. Shakib elected Man of the Match. January 22, 2009, ICC ODI all-rounder Shakib came up to number 1 in the rankings. In 2011, he was bought by the Kolkata Knight Riders at an IPL auction for $ 425,000.

vice-captaincy and captaincy (2009-2010)

At the beginning of 2009, the number of consecutive rates and because of the long run, Ashraful’s captaincy is in question. 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 brought the issue of captaincy back to Ashraful.

Mashrafe gave the role of captain in June 2009, while Shakib made the vice-captain. In July, Bangladesh travels to the West Indies. Mashrafe suffered a knee injury in the first test. On the last day of the game, he could not get on the field and Shakib took over as captain.

Shakib should be renewed as the captain takes charge. He and Mahmudullah led the bowling attack in Bangladesh and the two combined to make a total of 13 wickets and bring the country to a historic victory. This was Bangladesh’s first Test win outside the country.

The first and the second Test victory against the West Indies. The West-Indian team, however, was a little inexperienced. There was a Rivalry between the West Indies Cricket Board and the ‘players’ organization’ With the payroll.

The first-team players boycotted the series and played the field a completely new team. In the same match, Seven players made their Test debut. Leading the team was Floyd Reifer, who played only five Tests in the last ten years.

England tour and Asia Cup in 2010

In February 2010, England came to Bangladesh to play two Tests and three ODIs. England won all the matches. Shakib (9 wickets in Test and five wickets in ODI) was the highest wicket-taker in both Tests and ODIs.

In the second Test, Shakib scored 49 and 96 respectively and took four wickets with 124 runs. Both tests lasted until the last day. On the third day of the match, some of the umpires’ wrong decisions. However, it caused considerable controversy. Shakib blames the umpires indirectly for the unfortunate rate of the match.

In May of that year, Bangladesh traveled to England. This time, Shakib became the highest wicket-taker in Bangladesh with a 2-0 Test series loss and eight wickets. Bangladesh goes to Sri Lanka to play ‘Asia Cup, 2010’ before the ODI series begins. Bangladesh lost in each of the three matches. Shakib and Shafiul became the highest wicket-takers in Bangladesh with five wickets.

Shakib could not adjust himself as captain. As the all-rounder was unable to give his best. Shakib decided to step down as captain in July due to this dichotomous complexity. The responsibility of the team is again on Mashrafe’s shoulders. Siddons explained the matter, saying, “Look, Shakib Bujheshuni made the decision. His batting form was terrible and he needs a little rest. “After returning from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh was able to beat England in international cricket for the first time in the second ODI of the series. Bangladesh is 2-1 at the series rate. After the England tour, Bangladesh scheduled to play two ODIs against Ireland and one against Scotland and the Netherlands.

The match against Scotland abandoned and Bangladesh lost to both Ireland and the Netherlands. In July, Shakib joined Worcestershire, England’s Second Division County team, under a pre-determined contract. Shakib is the first Bangladeshi to have a chance to play in the county. For this team, Shakib bowled the best of his first-class career (32/7, against Middlesex). 8 first-class matches at an average of 25.57 Shakib scored 368 runs and took 35 wickets at an average of 22.37.

Worcestershire advanced to the First Division League and Shakib also had 5 ODIs for the team. The two half-centuries at an average of 37.4 Shakib scored 187 runs and took nine wickets at an average of 17.77. In the Asia Cup 2012, Bangladesh qualified for the final and played against Pakistan. Bangladesh lost only two runs in the final game. Shakib also became the highest wicket hunter there.

New Zealand and Zimbabwe

New Zealand came to Bangladesh to play a five-match series In October 2010. In the first match, Mashrafe suffered ankle injury and forced to leave the field. As a result, Shakib got captain. Shakib leads the team from the very front. He scored 58 runs off the bat, taking four wickets in hand. The team won by nine runs.

In the fourth match, Shakib again scored a century and ensured the team’s victory with three wickets. Bangladesh won the series 4-0. This is Bangladesh’s first series win against a Test team of full strength. Shakib was the highest scorer in the series with 213 runs and the highest wicket-taker with 11 wickets.

Zimbabwe visited Bangladesh in December to play a five-match ODI series. Mashrafe returned to the field after suffering an injury.

Despite this, Shakib retained as the team captain. Shakib said at the press conference after the defeat in the first match, “I was not mentally ready to take on the role and I am not satisfied with my role as captain.

Bangladesh won the remaining three matches in the series. One match abandoned due to rain. Shakib became Bangladesh’s second-highest scorer with 156 runs, taking nine valuable wickets in the ball.

After Losing the captaincy (2011-2017)

The new leadership Bangladesh team was named in October 2011 to play a series against West Indies. After his release from the captaincy, he became the highest wicket-taker in both Test and ODIs as a Bangladeshi.

Then, Shakib is the top runner in Bangladesh and became a wicket-taker against Pakistan in the Test series 2011 at home. In the 2nd TestTest of the series, he became the first Bangladeshi player to score a century (his best 144) and took five wickets in the same Test. After the series, he rose to No. 1 in the ICC Test Rankings.

Shakib Al Hasan was named Man of the Series for the great game of the 2012 Asia Cup. In this series, Bangladesh advanced to the final and lost only 2 runs. In the series, Shakib scored 3 half-centuries in 4 matches and 49 in the other match.

He also took 6 wickets in hand. On June 10-14, 2015, the tour set a domestic record against India. He scored a 2004 run in the only rain-stricken TestTest at the Khan Sahib Osman Ali Stadium in Fatullah in Narayanganj. Shakib75 was the first batsman to score two thousand runs this year.

He also got the most Test wickets in Bangladesh with 103 wickets. Shakib was selected as the best all-rounder on the Cricinfo website in the 2012 IPL, with his team championing the Kolkata Knight Riders.

Cricket World Cup in 2015

On January 4, 2015, the BCB officials released the final list of the 15-member Bangladesh team to play in the 2015 Cricket World Cup. He also called one of the members of the team.

Shakib showed his startling performance against Afghanistan in the first match of the group-stage match at Manuka Oval on February 18. Mushfiq along with a pair of 100 runs which contributed to the victory of Bangladesh.

Shakib scored 4000 runs ODI as the first Bangladeshi cricketer. He scored two wickets in the half-century as he made a significant contribution to the Bangladesh team by 105 runs.

Test and T20 captaincy (2017-present)

Shakib was appointed captain of the T20 team for the second time following the retirement of Mashrafe bin Murtaza in 2017. Later, Mushfiqur Rahim removed from Test captaincy and Shakib again appointed as the captain of the Test team. In the first match of 2017-18, Bangladesh Tri-Series won Man of the match with three wickets in hand and 37 runs in bat against Zimbabwe And his team won by eight wickets.

In the next match against Sri Lanka, he scored 67 runs in the bat and won the match for the second time with three wickets in hand and his team won by 163 runs. The next match, he again took three wickets against Zimbabwe and his team won by 91 runs. In this series, he gets a finger injury and goes to rest for a few days. In his absence, Mahmudullah Riyad captained the home series and the 2018 Niddahs Trophy against Sri Lanka in his place.

His first tour as captain was against Pakistan in July. With five wickets against Australia on August 28, 2017, Shakib set a record for taking five wickets as a 4th bowler against all Test-playing teams (except Afghanistan and Ireland, who achieved Test-playing status earlier this year). Shakib also got a half-century in the first innings. He scored only eight runs in the second inning, but took five wickets in the ball and got his first 10 wickets and won the match.

However, at the end of the series, he took a break from the Test to concentrate on limited-overs play. In April 2018, he was one of ten cricketers whom the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) contracted centrally for the 2018 season and his name is included in the rest of the World XI in a T20 game scheduled for May 31, 2018, against the West Indies later this month. But he later withdrew from the party for personal reasons.

On May 24, he became the second T20 player to score 300 wickets and 4000 runs in this edition. He joined the Dhaka Dynamites squad in October 2018. He was the first bowler in Bangladesh to record 200 wickets in Tests in the series against West Indies in November 2018. In this match, he was the fastest player in the match and set a record of 3000 runs and 200 wickets. He made this record by playing 54 matches.

Member of MCC (2017-present)

Shakib nominated as a member of the MCC World Cricket Committee on September 18, 2017. Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC for short) established in 2006. The committee recommends the ICC on the right and wrong, Including all rules and regulations of the game.

The current and former cricketers and umpires of the world are nominated members. MCC gets most of the discussions and recommendations associated with cricket. The ICC approved the committee meeting.

Cricket World Cup in 2019

In April 2019, Shakib joined the Bangladesh team as co-captain for the 2019 Cricket World Cup. In the first innings against South Africa in the opening match of the World Cup Bangladesh, he and Mushfiqur Rahim scored 142 for the third wicket, the highest score of any wicket for Bangladesh in the World Cup. Bangladesh team scored 330/6 in 50 overs, which is the highest total in ODIs.

In the second innings, he picked up Eden Markram’s wicket, which is his 250th wicket for One Day Internationals, and he became the fastest cricketer to take 250 wickets and score 5000 runs in just 199 matches. Bangladesh won the match by 21 runs and Shakib was declared man of the match. Besides, he was the first cricketer to record a half-century in his team’s inaugural match in four World Cups since 2007. In Bangladesh’s next match, Shakib played his 200th international match against New Zealand.

Batting in the first innings, he scored the second half-century and took two wickets in the second innings. On June 8, he scored his first World Cup and England’s second batsman against England. He picked up the team’s winning century against the West Indies on June 17 and was Man of the match. In this match, he completed 6000 runs as the second batsman in Bangladesh. On June 24, he selected as the best player of the match against Afghanistan.

Shakib became the first Bangladeshi to score 1000 runs in the World Cup and became the first Bangladeshi to score five wickets in the World Cup. He also became the second player after Yuvraj Singh to score half a hundred and five wickets in 1 match at the World Cup. On July 2, he set a record of 500 runs and 100 wickets in a World Cup match against India. On July 5, he scored half a hundred against Pakistan and finished the World Cup as the highest run collector with 606 runs in eight matches for Bangladesh.


Shakib has criticized at various times for his activities on and off the field. While the 2nd ODI of the series between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, held on February 20, 2014, he showed indecent poses in the dressing room, banned three matches and fined Tk 3 lakh.

Temporary ban

He was banned from the national team in July 2014 for six months and Bangladesh club cricket outside Bangladesh until July 2015. Board President Nazmul Hassan claimed that he punished for various allegations of misconduct with national team coach Chandika Hathurusinha, disorderly conduct on the field.

However, the board has to face criticism for this punishment. Subsequently, considering the positive behavior of Shakib at the BCB board meeting on August 26, the ban was reduced. According to the meeting, Shakib will be able to play international and domestic cricket from September 15 of the same year.

After a temporary ban, he made a royal comeback in the Bangladesh vs. Zimbabwe Test Series and took six wickets in the first innings of his opponent for 59 in the first Test.

It was banned from the ICC for two years on October 29, 2019, despite the gamblers being offered multiple matches but not reported to the ICC or the BCB. Shakib later confessed wrongdoing and was reduced to 1 year.

Personal life, Wife and daughter

On December 12, 2012, Shakib75 got married to the United States emigrant Um Ahmed Shishir. Their wedding ceremony accommodated at Hotel Rupsi Bangla in Dhaka. Different players of the Bangladesh national cricket team were present Where. Shakib is the father of a cute daughter. Shakib Al Hasan’s daughter’s name is Alaina Hassan Aubry.

Test and ODI runs and wickets ‘double’

Shakib Al Hasan, who has a unique record of 2000 runs and 100 wickets in the country in both Test and ODI formats. Sakib, the second player in the history of cricket, to set this unique record. Before Shakib, this was one of the best all-rounder Jacques Kallis.

Shakib Test match Records

  • Highest for the seventh wicket with Mahmudullah: 145 v New Zealand, 15 February 2010.
  • Bangladesh’s best bowling figures in one inning: 7/36 vs. New Zealand, 17 October 2008.
  • Bangladesh’s best bowling average (out of bowlers with at least 15 wickets) 75 wickets in 21 matches, 32.13 average.

ODI Records:

  • Against Afghanistan (24 June 2019) consist of the second player in the history of the World Cup, one half-century and five wickets in the match as the World Cup is the first Bangladeshi five wickets.
  • 5th wicket pair -Highest partnership with Rafiqul Hasan 12 March 2008 (VS South Africa).
  • Sakib with Mashrafe bin Mortaza the highest score for Bangladesh vs. Pakistan, 16 April 2007 in 9th wicket pair.
  • Most maximum centuries for Bangladesh: is 5.
  • The best batting average among batsmen in Bangladesh is 34.98.

Shakib Al Hasan’s test record in Mirpur

Shakib’s 1000 runs at Mirpur Stadium ended with an unbeaten 89 runs in the first innings of the second and final Test of the series against Pakistan and he played in his 13th match against Pakistan in Mirpur, he 13th 25 innings 1058 runs and average 46.00 at Sherpur Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.


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