Dawlat Zadran is an Afghan cricketer who was born in the Paktia province of Afghanistan on March 19, 1988. He bats with his right hand and bowls with his right shoulder. His main position on his team is that of a bowler, but he can even smash a couple of home runs when necessary.
On 7 August 2011, Dawlat Zadran made his One Day International debut against Canada at King City. In that match, he took three wickets in eight overs while allowing just 49 runs to be scored. When he came to bat, he went back to the pavilion for a duck. Afghanistan was victorious by two wickets in the match.
On March 14, 2012, Dawlat Zadran made his T20 International debut in Dubai against the Netherlands. In his debut match, he did not take any wickets in his four overs, but his team prevailed by four wickets.
Dawlat Zadran made his T20 debut against Papua New Guinea in the ICC World T20 Qualifiers on March 13, 2012. He took two wickets in the match, assisting Afghanistan in a 6 wicket win over Papua New Guinea.
Dawlat Zadran has featured in 74 One Day Internationals and has 103 wickets to his credit, with an average of 29.13 and three four-wicket hauls. As a lower-order batsman, he has amassed 502 runs at an average of 20.91 and a strike rate of 80.06.
Dawlat Zadran has also appeared in 33 Twenty20 Internationals, taking 39 wickets at an average of 24.43 with one four-wicket haul. In 33 matches, he has also scored 68 runs at a strike rate of 161.90, despite his low average.
First Class Career
Dawlat Zadran has also appeared in 11 First Class matches, claiming 47 wickets at an average of 19.31, including five four-wicket hauls in a single innings. In addition, he has a half-century and 143 runs in 11 matches.