Shadab Khan Biography
Shadab Khan is a Pakistani cricketer who plays in all the configurations of the game for the national group. He was conceived on 4 October 1998 in Mianwali, Punjab, Pakistan. Shadab is an all-rounder, however fundamentally a correct arm leg-break bowler.
Shadab by and large dishes in a non-forceful style and uses his trickiness to fox the batsman as opposed to going for the ball. His bowling includes wide-edge conveyances that have the capacity of the trip just as the level track.
Shadab Khan Foundation
Shadab moved to Rawalpindi at 12 years old and turned into an ordinary part of his school cricket crew. He later joined the National Cricket Academy in Lahore to gain from previous Pakistani greats like Mushtaq Ahmed and Abdul Qadir.
He glanced consistent in his development and was supported to be chosen for the U-19 World Cup in 2016. Abdul stuck out, of course, finishing the competition as the most elevated wicket-taker disregarding Pakistan’s exit.
He was before long chosen for the national group at an extremely youthful age. He has spoken to the accompanying groups Rawalpindi Rams, K-Electric, Khulna Titans, Brisbane Heat, Islamabad United, Pakistan Under-19s, and Trinbago Knight Riders.
Shadab Khan Quick Info
Salary: Under review
Net Worth: USD $1 million (approx)
Batting Style: Right Handed Bat
Bowling Style: Right-arm leg-break
Shadab Khan Family & Relatives
Father: Not known
Mother: Not known
Brother(s): Not Known
Sister(s): Not Known
Marital Status: Single
Shadab Khan Club Career
Shadab Khan played his first household coordinate for Islamabad in the 2016 Pakistan Cup. He proceeded to play his T20 matches for Rawalpindi, before getting paperwork done for the Trinbago Knight Riders in the Caribbean Premier League. Shadab’s exhibitions earned him an agreement for the Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League.
Shadab Khan Debut
- Shadab Khan made his international debut for the senior side on 26 March 2017 against West Indies in a T20 international. He surprised everyone by picking up three wickets while conceding just seven runs in his four overs.
- Shadab later made his ODI debut on 7 April 2017 against West Indies and picked up two wickets, going for 52 runs in nine overs.
- Shadab Khan was given a test cap on 30 April 2017 on the same tour of West Indies. He picked up a wicket in the first innings and scored 16 runs in what turned out to be a loss for Pakistan. It remains the only test played by Shadab.