Wahab Riaz Biography
Wahab Riaz is a Pakistani cricketer who was conceived on June 28, 1985, in Lahore, Pakistan. He plays as a Left-arm quick bowler. Riaz is known for his spell against Shane Watson during the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Wahab Riaz Debut
Wahab made his test debut against England during the 2010 arrangement and took a fifer in the main innings of that coordinate. From that point forward, he went to South Africa visit and took significant wickets of Hashim Amla and Graeme Smith.
Wahab Riaz Ascend to Glory
Riaz’s exhibition against India in the semi-last match of the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup was a significant defining moment in his profession. He took a fifer in that coordinate. Despite the fact that Pakistan lost that coordinate, Wahab came into the spotlight and was chosen for the resulting visit through South Africa.
Wahab Riaz Domestic And International Career
In the 2016 Pakistan Super League, Wahab Riaz was purchased by Peshawar Zalmi for $140,000. In 2017 likewise, he was held by Peshawar, won the competition and Riaz finished as the main wicket-taker with 30 wickets in 19 matches.
Wahab Riaz Batting averages
Wahab Riaz Bowling averages
Wahab Riaz Applauded
Wahab’s spell against Shane Watson during the quarter last match of 2015 ICC cricket world cup, was very acclaimed. Kevin Pietersen depicted that as the “Best spell of bowling by an outsider on Aussie soil for quite a long time”. Brian Lara additionally tweeted “I need to meet with this Riaz fellow”.