Mohammad Nawaz Bio

Mohammad Nawaz is a talented young Pakistani cricketer who has represented his country in all three forms of the game. He was born in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, on March 21, 1994.

Nawaz is a left-handed batsman and a medium left-arm orthodox bowler who plays all three positions.

Background

Mohammad Nawaz, a left-arm medium-fast bowler and middle-order batsman, began playing cricket at the age of 14. After that, he switched to left-arm spin bowling and became a spin-bowling all-rounder.

In the year 2012, he made his first-class debut for Rawalpindi. Nawaz scored 1440 runs and took 44 wickets at an average of 24.4 in four seasons of first-class cricket since his debut.

Debut

Nawaz made his T20 International debut for Pakistan against the United Arab Emirates in the 2016 Asia Cup, after some outstanding results in the Pakistan Super League. In his debut match, he was struck for 38 runs in three overs of bowling.

On August 18, 2016, he made his One Day International debut against Ireland, scoring a half-century. On October 13, 2016, he made his Test debut against the West Indies in Dubai. On his Test debut, he took four wickets.

Low Points

Nawaz does not get many chances to represent Pakistan now that Yasir Shah and Shadab Khan have cemented their positions in the national team. He was unable to make the Pakistan team for the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy.

Club Career

Nawaz played for Rawalpindi Rams in the National T20 Cup as well as for Rawalpindi in first-class cricket. In the domestic circuit, he currently represents National Bank of Pakistan. Quetta Gladiators purchased him for the 2016 Pakistan Super League season.

Stats and Records

Nawaz has taken 11 wickets and scored 166 runs at a strike rate of 97.65 in ten One-Day Internationals, with a top score of 53.

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