Wahab Riaz Cricinfo Profile Biography Highlights Records List

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Wahab Riaz Cricinfo Profile Biography Highlights Records ListWahab Riaz is a Pakistani cricketer. He is a left-arm quick bowler and a right-hand batsman. Riaz is a previous understudy of Aitchison College, Lahore. A stocky left arm quick medium bowler whose has been in and out of the Pakistan side for since he made his introduction, to a great extent because of his irregularity in line and length despite the fact that his pace guarantees he generally stays in dispute.

Wahab Riaz’s left-arm quick medium has profited from Pakistan’s endless poor fortunes with quick bowlers. With Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif missing more than they play and Umar Gul damage inclined, Riaz came into national retribution sooner than he may have sensibly anticipated. His encouraging start was promising however it came in ODIs against Zimbabwe and Bangladesh right on time in 2008. His first genuine test came against India in Bangladesh, where after 9.2 costly overs, he was taken out of the assault for knocking down some pins two beamers. Be that as it may, as Pakistan misses its driving bowlers Riaz’s lively pace stays in national conflict. Riaz was picked in the squad for the tri-arrangement in Bangladesh which likewise included India and in his first match against Bangladesh; he completed with 3 wickets for 22 keeps running in 7 overs and in the following match in spite of the fact that he took two Indian wickets he surrendered 85 runs.

Wahab Riaz Cricinfo Profile Biography Highlights Records List

Full name Wahab Riaz

Born June 28, 1985, Lahore, Punjab

Major teams Pakistan, Hyderabad (Pakistan), Hyderabad Hawks, Kent, Lahore, Lahore Lions, Lahore Ravi, National Bank of Pakistan, Pakistan A, Punjab (Pakistan), Surrey

Also known as Vicky

Playing role Bowler

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Left-arm fast

One among the numerous Pakistani pacers with great pace and a nippy activity, Wahab Riaz came into the retribution in 2008 when he was chosen in the ODI squads to play against Zimbabwe and Bangladesh. He awed the whole gang in his initial days however fizzled in the genuine test, when he was chosen for a tri-arrangement in Bangladesh which included most despised adversaries India. He surrendered 85 keeps running in a match against India and must be removed the assault subsequent to playing two beamers. From that point forward, Riaz attempted to keep up his spot in the eleven and was in and out of the squad.

Wahab made his Test debut against England in the third test of the 2010 arrangement. Britain batted first and Wahab took 5/63 in the principal innings. In Pakistan’s first innings he came into bat at number 3 and made 27 runs.

In August, Riaz was recompensed a class B focal contract with the PCB; six players were in classification An, eight (counting Riaz) in B, and nine in C.[18] When Pakistan visited Zimbabwe in September, Riaz was refreshed with the selectors taking the chance to blood various new and unpracticed players. In spite of the fact that reviewed to the Test squad for the three-match arrangement against Sri Lanka, he didn’t play in the arrangement and was dropped from the ODI squad to confront the same adversaries.

In the World Cup, he spared his best for the semi-last and shot to spotlight with a five-wicket pull against most outstanding adversaries India, which tragically arrived in a losing cause. Riaz kept up his spot in the Pakistan squad for the voyage through West Indies that took after, and he finished the ODI visit as their driving wicket-taker. He was refreshed for the voyage through Zimbabwe, and Riaz utilized the chance to sign for Kent. On his home introduction, Riaz grabbed a five-wicket pull which incorporated a cap trap against Gloucestershire.

Riaz has not been sufficiently reliable with his exhibitions and has gone down the pecking request with the rise of Junaid Khan and Mohammad Irfan. He likewise missed out on his place in the Test side and last played a diversion in May 2011. Riaz made an effective come back to Tests in August 2014 as he grabbed six wickets in the match versus Sri Lanka. In any case, he harmed his knee in the second ODI against Australia and passed up a great opportunity for the Test arrangement that took after. He made an arrival however, for the New Zealand ODI arrangement, yet didn’t have the best of trips in the three diversions that he played. The selectors have held on with him and picked him for the 2015 World Cup Down Under.

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