Mushfiqur Rahim profile, Test, Odis, Twenty20, IPL, T20, Cricket World Cup all season records with Mushfiqur Rahim full biography. Mushfiqur Rahim is a Bangladeshi cricketer who was born on June 9, 1987, in Bogra, Bangladesh. An absolute livewire behind the stumps, Mushfiqur Rahim, fits the clichéd description of wicket-keepers aptly. Rahim started his career by playing for Bangladesh U19 in both youth ODIs and tests.
Full name Mohammad Mushfiqur Rahim
Born June 9, 1987, Bogra
Current age 32 years 1 days
Major teams Bangladesh, Bangladesh Under-19s, Karachi Kings, North Zone (Bangladesh), Rajshahi Division, Rajshahi Kings, Sylhet Division, Sylhet Royals
Playing role Wicketkeeper batsman
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
Also finds Mushfiqur Rahim career batting analysis with no. of matches played, total runs, highest score, averages, strike rates, centuries, fifties, catches, fours, sixes and career bowling stats with total wickets, best bowling records, economy rates etc. He is short, very quick behind the stumps, always chuntering away and a brilliant batsman as well. He continued to make consistent contributions down the order with the bat and was more than competent as a keeper for Bangladesh’s spin dominated attack.
Mushfiqur Rahim international debut in Test, ODI, Twenty20, IPL and T20 with his first match of respected types of cricket with opposite team, date and place. Like his full name, nick name, date of birth, birth place, playing role, national team, batting style, bowling style and major teams. He was also the captain of Bangladesh U19 during 2006 ICC U19 World Cup, which included players like Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal.
Finds Mushfiqur Rahim IPL batting and bowling records, Mushfiqur Rahim IPL performance and ipl career analysis. Also Finds Mushfiqur Rahim batting and bowling records, Mushfiqur Rahim performance and t20 career statistics. Rahim made his international debut in his late teens on May 26, 2005, at the Lord’s, when he was part of the Bangladesh side that toured England for the first time. He played his maiden ODI against Zimbabwe August 6, 2006, at Harare where he scored his maiden half century.