Saeed Ajmal Biography

Saeed Ajmal

Full name: Saeed Ajmal
Birth date: October 14, 1977
Birth place: Faisalabad, Punjab
Height: 5 feet 9 inches
Playing role: Bowler
Occupation: Cricketer
Batting style: Right-hand bat
Bowling style: Right-arm off break
Spouse (s): N/A
Religion: Islam
Zodiac sign: Libra

Saeed Ajmal is a sensational Pakistani cricketer who already proved his talent through magnificent off-spin capacity. He is one of the quick wicket taker bowlers around the cricket world. Ajmal is best known for his doosra as much as on other variations in bowling. The player comes to the timeline around the cricket world during terrific playing role in the last Asia Cup hosted in Dhaka where Pakistan won the title against Bangladesh in the thrilling last over.

Saeed Ajmal Early Life:

Saeed Ajmal was born on October 14, 1977, Faisalabad, Punjab. He is one of the aged members of the Pakistan cricket team who debuts in international cricket at 30. Ajmal belongs to Faisalabad at the domestic cricket and spread out gleam in the field. In March 2006, his team Faisalabad won the final of the ABN-AMRO Patron’s Cup and Ajmal awarded as the best bowler of the tournament.

Ajmal also played for the Khan Research Laboratories which took part in the Quaid-i-Azam Trophy in 2008 and lost in final but Ajmal showed off a terrific performance in the tournament.

Saeed Ajmal Career:

Saeed Ajmal made his ODI debut against India on July 2, 2008, during the Asia Cup, in the match; she picked up a wicket of 47 runs and Pakistan won by eight wickets. Then Pakistan gets ten wickets victory against Bangladesh where he picked up two wickets. Next Pakistan team traveled to United Arab Emirate for three-match ODI series against West Indies with only two spin option him and Shahid Afridi. Alt the tree match won the Pakistan.

In January 2009, he showed off magnificent performance against Sri Lank in his third ODI series. Saeed Ajmal played a vital role in the bowling department in Pakistan team during the 2009 ICC Twenty20 world cup with Afridi and Pakistan won the title. In the next Twenty20 World Cup, he was the leading wicket-taker that game won England defeat by Australia.

In July 2009, Ajmal made his Test debut against Sri Lanka at Galle and T20 debut in Dubai in May 2009 against Australia. At first, the sensational cricketer signed with county Worcestershire in 2011 as an overseas player. Again, he signed with the team and became the highest wicket taker in 2014 with 56 wickets.

On September 9, 2014, International Cricket Council banned him for illegal bowling action. For terrific acting performance, he was awarded Sitara-e-Imtiaz award by President of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain.

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