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Friday, 23 March 2012

Saeed Anwer Cricketer

Biography 
Full Name     :     Saeed Anwar
Country     :     Pakistan
Date Of Birth     :     1968-09-06
Place Of Birth     :    
Batting Style     :     LHB
Bowling Style     :     LAB, FS
Performance in     TESTs     ODIs
Matches     55     247
           
Batting Performance     TESTs     ODIs
Innings     91     244
Not Out’s     2     19
Runs     4052     8823
Hundreds     11     20
Fifties     25     43
Nineties     1     4
Ducks     8     15
Average     45.53     39.21
Highest Score     188     194
Strike Rate     0     80.69
           
Bowling Performance     TESTs     ODIs
Overs     8 Overs & 0 Ball     40 Overs & 2 Balls
Overs     8 .0     40 .2
Maidens     3     3
Runs     23     191
Wickets     0     6
Average     0.00     31.83
Five Wickets Hauls     0     0
Run Per Over     2.88     4.74
Best Bowling     0-0     2-9
Strike Rate     0.00     40.33
           
Fielding Performance     TESTs     ODIs
Catches     18     42
Stumpings     0     0
Born in Karachi on September 6th 1968, the Pakistan Captain Saeed Anwar

has become one of the best batsmen in the world through hard work, dedication

combined with his exceptional talent. He has a tremendous eye,

excellent timing, and makes use of his wrists better that any

other batsmen in the game. He can find the gaps at will, and more

often that not, a little push from Saeed simply races away to the

boundry. Strong on all sides of the wicket, Saeed’s favorite shot is

the cut shot, which he plays better than any other Pakistani batsmen.

Very strong on the off side, Saeed has the ability to play some

glorious cover drives that are an absolute delight to watch.

His off side shots are so good, that he is considered to be the

best off side player, among left handed batsmen in the world.

The reason for his immaculate off side play is because of his

sound technique. He is solid in defence, yet can destroy any

bowling attack in the world in a matter of minutes. His strength

in timing and the ability to play on the rise, combined with

excellent execution, makes him the best opener to ever come from

Pakistan…far ahead of the likes of Soahil,Raja,and the Mohammad

brothers.

As a first class cricketer, Saeed used to bat in the middle order

however once he made his ODI debut in Australia, he was thrust

into the opener’s role. He began opening the innings in domestic

cricket, and made his way back into the ODI side as a specialist

opener. Despite, having lost out on precious years due to politics

in the PCB, Saeed never lost hope. He made most of the limited

opportunity’s that Imran Khan gave him, yet he was over looked

for the likes of Shoaib Mohammad and Ramiz Raja…players who

never performed outside of Pakistan.

In 1993, Saeed created a new world record..he hit three back

to back ODI hundreds in Sharjah, a feat never before achieved by

any Pakistani player. He was now finally a permanant member of the

ODI side, under Wasim Akram. However, he was still not considered

for a test spot..once again a huge error by the selectors.

In 1994 however, Saeed finally got a chance to show his worth as

a test match plater. He hit a mammoth 169 in New Zealand and

combined it with some important half centuries in the rest of the

series. He had now proven his credentials as a solid test match

player with the temperment and ability to succeed at the level.

Since 1994, Saeed has played another 40 odd test matches, scored

over 3500 runs and averages 47.20. He is simply a brilliant player.

He is also the Captain of the Pakistan team. He has the ability to

lead from the front and become an excellent Captain, as time will

tell.

Saeed is an excellent team man and gets along extremely well with

his team mates, who have nothing but praise for him..as well as fans

and press alike. Saeed is also a Computer Engineer, and his wife

Lubna, is a doctor who takes care of him when he gets his regular

dose of flu:)

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