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Shahadat Hossain Profile | Family Information | Biography

Full Name Kazi Shahadat Hossain
Born August 7, 1986, Dhaka
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium-fast
Kazi Shahadat Hossain Profile, Family Information, Biography
 
Kazi Shahadat Hossain conceived 7 August 1986 is a Bangladeshi cricketer. He made his Test presentation in 2005 amid Bangladesh's first voyage through England. When he went onto the universal scene he was refered to by then mentor Dav Whatmore as the quickest bowler in the group. The accompanying year, Hossain made his One Day International (ODI) debut against Kenya. Now and again Hossain has battled with surrendering an excess of runs, and consequently was dropped in 2009. In November 2010, Hossain was a part of the squad that won Bangladesh's first gold in any occasion at the Asian Games. A broken toe kept Hossain from playing for Bangladesh in July 2011, yet after more than a year since his last Test he came back to the squad in October that year.

Shahadat Hossain Early years
Conceived in Narayanganj, Hossain started playing cricket amid his high school years in the place where he grew up, and his father, a broker, consented to send him to a preparation camp. Whilst at the preparation camp he was spotted by a scout and was alluded to the Bangladesh Institute of Sports to make strides.

Shahadat Hossain soon ended up rang for the Bangladesh U-19 cricket group for the 2003–04 Asian U-19 Tournament in Pakistan, however he didn't discover much achievement, taking just 2 wickets in 3 appearances, as Bangladesh lost all their gathering stage matches and neglected to advancement to the last. His run in the group proceeded with, then again, as he was picked for the 2004 U-19 Cricket World Cup as Bangladesh played hosts. In the gathering stage he played in every one of the 3 matches, taking 5 wickets, as the group advanced to the Plate rivalry of the Cup. For the Plate last, he took a wicket as Bangladesh crushed Australia to complete ninth out of sixteen. He completed with six wickets at a normal of 28.50, and was named by Cricinfo essayist Rabeed Imam as the quickest bowler and a standout amongst the most guaranteeing players in the competition.

Shahadat Hossain International career
His presentation Test against England at Lord's in 2005 was something of a calm experience, as he yielded 101 runs in 12 overs without taking a wicket, an economy rate of 8.41.

On the visit to Zimbabwe in July 2006, Hossain turned into the first Bangladeshi to take a cap trap in One Day Internationals.

Shahadat Hossain Bowling style
Noted for his tallness and hostility, Hossain was refered to as the quickest bowler in the Bangladesh group by previous mentor Dav Whatmore in 2005. By 2010 his rocking the bowling alley seldom surpassed 80 miles for every hour (130 km/h). His run-up is smooth, his conveyances come in at a point and dishes with pace. He has ended up eminent for harming batsmen with his bouncer, having hit universal players, for example, Mathew Sinclair and Ricky Ponting throughout the span of his vocation. His rocking the bowling alley has come in for feedback from individual bowler Mashrafe Mortaza for yielding an excess of runs. He has said his venerated images incorporate Wasim Akram, Shoaib Akhtar, Steve Harmison and Brett Lee (all kindred quick bowlers).
 
Shahadat Hossain Career statistics
Competition      Test    ODI    FC      LA
Matches             35       51      76        84
Runs scored       489     79      983      219
Batting average   10.18  7.90   11.43    9.12
100s/50s            0/0       0/0     0/0      0/0
Top score           40       16*      40       26
Balls bowled      5,180    2,198   10,948    3,604
Wickets              70       47       191       89
Bowling average 51.90   45.59   37.71    37.58
5 wickets in innings 4      0          9         0
10 wickets in match 0     n/a        0        n/a
Best bowling         6/27   3/34    6/27      4/34
Catches/stumpings  8/–    5/–     17/–      8/–
 
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