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Safyaan Sharif

Team flagSCO33 yrs
batting styleright-arm fast-medium Bowler
#64 Bowler in ODI
#55 All Rounder in ODI
#83 Bowler in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Safyaan Sharif Recent Form

Batting

SCO vs IRE, T20I3 (2) *
SCO vs UAE, T20I1 (9)
SCO vs UAE, T20I6 (8) *
SCO vs CAN, ODI0 (1)
SCO vs DEN, T20I3 (2) *
SCO vs NED, ODI2 (4)
SCO vs ZIM, ODI5 (4) *
SCO vs OMN, ODI1 (2)
SCO vs IRE, ODI6 (9)
SCO vs NEP, ODI8 (27) *
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Bowling

SCO vs OMN, ODI0-26
SCO vs AUS, T20I2-42
SCO vs OMN, T20I2-40
SCO vs UGN, T202-16
SCO vs IRE, T20I0-27
SCO vs UAE, T20I0-1
SCO vs UAE, T20I0-20
SCO vs CAN, ODI1-35
SCO vs UAE, ODI1-28
SCO vs CAN, ODI0-46
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Safyaan Sharif Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI8154540004072.2818.00365----
T20I68291780026113.3813.69105----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI81801024.9730.875/333237.25----
T20I6867768.1024.474/241018.13----

Teams played for

Scotland Derbyshire Edmonton Royals Glasgow Giants

About Safyaan Sharif

NameSafyaan Sharif
GenderMale
Birth24 May 1991
Birth PlaceHuddersfield, Yorkshire
Height6 ft 1 in
NationalityScottish

Born in Huddersfield, Safyaan Sharif is a right-arm medium pace bowler who plays for Scotland national team.... continue reading

Player Bio

Born in Huddersfield, Safyaan Sharif is a right-arm medium pace bowler who plays for Scotland national team.

Sharif was impressive with Scotland Under-19’s, and as a result was fast tracked by the Scotish selectors. He made his much awaited Scotland debut in 2011 against Netherlands in an ODI match. Sharif announced his arrival in some style, picking up 4 for 27 to completely rattle the Dutch side. He had an impeccable control over his line and length which was the most impressive thing about his debut.

Sharif played a pivotal role in Scotland’s success in the 2014 World Cup Qualifiers. He was at his menacing best, picking up 14 wickets in the tournament to help Scotland qualify for the 2015 ICC World Cup. 

During the 2018 World Cup Qualifying game against Zimbabwe, Sharif bagged his maiden five-wicket haul in ODI cricket. He took 5 for 33 runs in 8.4 overs.

A pacer with great seam movement, Sharif has been a consistent performer for his side over the past 10 years. His knack of picking wickets at crucial stages of the game is his biggest asset.

(As of May 21)