Ihsanullah Janat is an Afghan cricketer who was born in Khost on December 28, 1997. He bats in the top order with his right hand.
Janat shot to fame as a prodigy during the 2016 U19 World Cup. Despite his slim odds, he has a chance to shine in the competition.
In the Intercontinental Cup in July 2016, he made his First Class debut for Afghanistan against the Netherlands. Within a year of his First Class debut, he was given an international debut based on his success in the lower levels and his classical strokeplay.
On February 24, 2017, he made his List A debut against Zimbabwe in a one-day international in Harare. In a rain-affected contest, the visitors scored 111 in the first innings. Ihsanullah got a duck with a 20-ball count. With 7 wickets in hand and 118 balls to spare, Zimbabwe cruised to victory.
On March 15, 2019, he made his Test debut against Ireland in Dehradun. After Ireland were bowled out for 172 runs, Afghanistan took a 142-run lead. In the first innings, Ihsanullah scored seven runs. Ireland improved their performance in the second innings, scoring 288 and giving Afghanistan a target of 147. In a good run-chase, the debutant stayed undefeated on 65.
In 2017, Janat competed in the Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-day Tournament for the Boost Region’s Boost Defenders.