Mohammad Saifuddin Bio

Mohammad Saifuddin is a Bangladeshi cricketer who was born in Feni, Chittagong, on November 1, 1996. He is a left-handed batsman who also bowls right-arm medium fast. He is normally the fast bowler in his side, with the occasional all-rounder position due to his bat skills.


In the Bangladesh Premier League, Mohammad Saifuddin made his T20 debut against Khulna Titans. On November 13, 2016, he played for Comilla Victorians in his first match, in which he did not do well. He gave up seven runs in one over and was dismissed for four runs by a replacement player. In addition, the Victorians lost by 13 runs, making him a neglected debutant.

He made his T20I debut in 2017, when he was included in Bangladesh’s squad to face Sri Lanka. On April 4, 2017, he made his debut, but he was unable to make an impression. He gave up 23 runs in three overs without taking a wicket, and he ended up on the losing end of the series, as Sri Lanka won by 13 runs.

Later, on October 15, 2017, in Kimberly, he made his One Day International debut against South Africa. Though batting in the lower order, he did not take any wickets but did score 16 runs off 11 balls. South Africa won the match by ten wickets.


Mohammad Saifuddin has played 10 One-Day Internationals so far, accumulating 174 runs at a strike rate of 29.17 with one half-century. He’s already taken 7 wickets, the best of which was 3/45.

Mohammad Saifuddin has also appeared in nine Twenty20 International matches, scoring 94 runs at an average of 18.8 and a highest score of 39. He has also taken five wickets, but his average is over 50.

Club Career

Since 2016, Mohammad Saifuddin has been a member of the Comilla Victorians, a Bangladesh Premier League side, where he has scored 80 runs. He is an all-rounder who has taken five wickets for the team in seven matches.

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