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Mehidy HasanMiraz

Team flagBAN26 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
#98 Batter in ODI
#44 Bowler in ODI
#9 All Rounder in ODI
#78 All Rounder in T20I
#96 Batter in Test
#20 Bowler in Test
#14 All Rounder in Test
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

3 (8) vs RGR, BPL
15 (7) vs SYS, BPL
0 (2) vs DD, BPL
0 (4) vs CGC, BPL
31 (15) *vs KT, BPL
15 (6) *vs SYS, BPL
35 (16) vs CGC, BPL
0 (1) vs CV, BPL
20 (18) vs RGR, BPL
19 (26) vs NZ, ODI
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
Test
BPL
WC ODI
Matches95
Innings67
Runs1297
100s2
50s3
HS112
SR78.80
Avg23.16
Fours113
Sixes22
Duck outs--
Rank--

Teams played for

Bangladesh U19 Bangladesh Cricket Board XI Bangladesh Rajshahi Kings Trinbago Knight Riders Bangladesh A Khulna Tigers

About Mehidy Hasan Miraz

NameMehidy Hasan Miraz
GenderMale
Birth25 Oct 1997
Birth PlaceKhulna
Height5 ft 6 in
NationalityBangladeshi

Mehidy Hasan Miraz is a spinner who has emerged from a country that has been producing quality pacers off late. He made his international debut as an 18-year-old, and since then has solved Bangladesh’s problem by playing as a skilled off-spin bowler who is well than capable of whacking his long-handle down the order. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Mehidy Hasan Miraz is a spinner who has emerged from a country that has been producing quality pacers off late. He made his international debut as an 18-year-old, and since then has solved Bangladesh’s problem by playing as a skilled off-spin bowler who is well than capable of whacking his long-handle down the order. 

The spinner started playing at the tender age of 8 when he got selected to play in the U-14 National Cricket Tournament. He then got opportunities to play in the U-17 and U-19 competitions. In 2016, he captained Bangladesh in the U-19 World Cup and played the role of an all-rounder. His team finished in third place and he was adjudged Player of the Tournament.

After the World Cup, the all-rounder had an astonishing first-class for the Khulna Division. He ended the season with 30 wickets at a staggering average, which followed up with his maiden international call-up.

Mehidy made his Test debut against touring England in October 2016. The off-spinner played a mammoth role in the two-match series, where he took 19 wickets, including two six-wicket hauls, and finished the series with the Player of the Series award. In early 2017, he got his ODI and T20I cap against Sri Lanka and since then, he hasn’t looked back. 

In a short career span, Mehidy was part of Bangladesh’s squad for the 2019 World Cup and has been playing the longest format regularly. The offie was Bangladesh’s most economical bowler in the mega-event. In 2021, Mehidy scored his maiden Test century against West Indies at Chattogram. 

The player is surely a promising prospect for Bangladesh Cricket with a lot of caliber and potential. However, the all-rounder still has to cement his place in the white-ball teams, especially in the T20I setup.

(As of March 2021)