Fakhar Zaman Biography
Fakhar Zaman is a Pakistani cricketer who was conceived on April 10, 1990, in Mardan, North-West Frontier Province. He is an initial batsman; he plays as a left-gave batsman and a moderate left-arm customary bowler. He served in the naval force before committing his life to proficient cricket.
Fakhar Zaman Early Days
Taught at Pakistan Navy School, Bahadur, Zaman demonstrated extraordinary intrigue and played energetically in the school group yet his dad’s resistance discovered him a future in the naval force. He quit the naval force cricket crew to play in household groups following the mentor’s advice. He played for Pakistan national cricket crew, Karachi Dolphins, Karachi Zebras, Karachi Zebras, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Lahore Qalandars, Pakistan A, Pakistan Navy, and Peshawar cricket team. He turned into the second-most elevated run-scorer in the 2016 Pakistan Cup.
Fakhar Zaman Debut
Zaman made his ODI debut against South Africa at Edgbaston on June 07, 2017, and he made his T20I debut against Windies at Queen’s Park Oval on March 30, 2017. In his introduction ODI, he scored 31 runs. In Champions Trophy finals, he played especially well, driving the Pakistani group to triumph.
Fakhar Zaman Glory
He was a piece of the main Pakistani Champions Trophy triumph group. He, truth be told, mutual an association 128 alongside Azhar Ali in the last of the competition against India. Zaman proceeded to score a century that empowered Pakistan to win the trophy with a whipping of their most outstanding adversaries in the last.
Fakhar Zaman Career
Zaman settled on an extreme choice to leave the naval force and effectively take an interest in household alliances. He played for Karachi, Peshawar, Lahore Qalandars, Baluchistan, Durban Qalandars.
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Fakhar Zaman Records
Zaman and Azhar Ali’s partnership in the match were 128 runs, the highest opening partnership in the Champions Trophy history for Pakistan, and also the highest opening partnership in an ODI for Pakistan since 2009. He was awarded an ODI Man of the Match against India at The Oval, London on 18th June 2017.