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Afif Hossain

Team flagBAN24 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
#94 Batter in T20I
#81 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats

Afif Hossain Recent Form


KT vs SYS, BPL52 (35)
KT vs CGC, BPL6 (10)
KT vs DD, BPL43 (21) *
KT vs CV, BPL29 (33)
KT vs RGR, BPL11 (8)
KT vs SYS, BPL24 (16)
KT vs CV, BPL5 (9)
KT vs FRB, BPL0 (1)
KT vs DD, BPL37 (27) *
KT vs RGR, BPL4 (6)


KT vs RGR, BPL0-18
KT vs DD, BPL1-26
KT vs FRB, BPL0-12
BAN vs NZ, T20I0-9
BAN vs NZ, ODI0-17
BAN vs PAK, T20I0-15
BAN vs IND, T20I0-9
BAN vs MAS, T20I3-11
BAN vs AFG, ODI0-6
BAN vs ENG, T20I0-7

Afif Hossain Carrer Stats


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Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe at Sylhet - March 06, 2020
T20I Debut
Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka at Mirpur - February 15, 2018
BPL Debut
Chattogram Challengers v Fortune Barishal Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka, 21-1-2022

Teams played for

Bangladesh Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan Rajshahi Royals St Kitts and Nevis Patriots

About Afif Hossain

NameAfif Hossain
Birth22 Sep 1999
Birth PlaceKhulna
Height5 ft 7 in

One of the emerging cricketers of Bangladesh’s national team, Afif Hossain is an aggressive left-handed batsman and an occasional right-arm offbreak bowler,... continue reading

Player Bio

One of the emerging cricketers of Bangladesh’s national team, Afif Hossain is an aggressive left-handed batsman and an occasional right-arm offbreak bowler,

who was compared to Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal every so often, before  joining the national team.

The batter came into the discussion after taking five wickets in his first match in Bangladesh Premier League 2016. He played for Rajshahi Kings in 2016 and a year later,  made his first-class cricket debut for the Eastern Region on February 11, 2016.

The southpaw took a hat-trick for Abahani Limited in the Bangladesh Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League in 2016. In Bangladesh Premier League  2018, he was picked by Sylhet Sixers. 

The batsman shot to fame when he took the bowlers apart in the U-19 World Cup to become the highest run-scorer in the tournament, and ICC named him as the rising star of the team.

Afif’s T20I debut was a forgettable one against Sri Lanka on February 15, 2018 when he was dismissed for a duck and went for 26 runs in just two overs. He was dropped in the next match. After a year, he made a comeback in the 2019 Bangladesh Tri-Nation Series and played a splendid knock of 52 off 26 balls against Zimbabwe to win the Man of the Match award.

He was a part of Bangladesh’s squad for the cricket tournament at the 2019 South Asian Games, which won the Gold Medal defeating Sri Lanka in the finals. In February 2020, he was added for the first time in the ODI series against Zimbabwe and made his debut on March 6 but failed to showcase his skills in the victory.

At just 21 years of age, Afif is a young power-hitter for a squad that lacks this kind of role. In the rebuilding phase of the Tigers, Afif would be hoping to capitalize on any opportunity presented to him.

(As of March 2021)