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Team flagBAN23 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

2 (4) vs CV, BPL
4 (5) *vs FRB, BPL
17 (9) vs CGC, BPL
10 (6) *vs SYS, BPL
14 (18) vs CV, BPL
17 (8) vs DD, BPL
30 (22) vs KT, BPL
2 (4) vs SYS, BPL
34 (33) vs FRB, BPL
9 (14) vs NZ, T20I
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
BPL
Matches4
Innings4
Runs33
100s0
50s0
HS16
SR75.00
Avg8.25
Fours0
Sixes2
Duck outs--
Rank--

Teams played for

Bangladesh U19 Bangladesh

About Shamim Hossain

NameShamim Hossain
GenderMale
Birth2 Sep 2000
Birth PlaceChandpur, Bangladesh
Height6 ft 1 in
NationalityBangladeshi

A left-handed batsman with an ability to chip in with off-break bowling, Shamim Hossain first caught the attention of the selectors in 2017, in a U-17 game for BKSP against West Bengal. The talented batsman scored 226 off 286 deliveries and helped his side to a crushing victory.... continue reading

Player Bio

A left-handed batsman with an ability to chip in with off-break bowling, Shamim Hossain first caught the attention of the selectors in 2017, in a U-17 game for BKSP against West Bengal. The talented batsman scored 226 off 286 deliveries and helped his side to a crushing victory.

The likes of Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim were in awe of him, and the latter even posted a picture of him on social media with the words: “Surely this lad will do well in the future, congratulations”. 

It was his fearless approach that separated Hossain from the other cricketers. He joined the Chandpur Cricket Academy at the age of 12, and since then has been a top performer everywhere he has played. 

In December 2019, Hossain was drafted into the Bangladesh squad for the 2020 U-19 World Cup.

In June 2021, the aggressive batsman was added to the Bangladesh squad for the T20I series against Zimbabwe.

Touted by many as the future of the Bangladesh team, Hossain is a crafty player whose ability to chip in with tight overs during the middle phase of the game has garnered praise from the people back in Bangladesh.

(As of June 2021)