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Imad-Wasim Photo

Imad Wasim

 

Imad-Wasim Photo

There is only one Welsh born cricketer who come up to play for Pakistan is Syed Imad wasim born on December 18, 1988. Imad Wasim started playing at the very early age and played all first-class crickets in Pakistan. With his slow left-arm orthodox bowling sand left-handed batting style, Imad is making his influence in international cricket. He made enough good impression to step-up to the full international game at Under-19 Cricket world cup.  Imad Wasim represented Islamabad Leopards team in Faysal Bank T20 Cup in season 2012-12. Imad made his twenty20 International debut for Pakistan against Zimbabwe in Lahore on May 24 2015 and gave his best performance.

Imad Wasim played smartly and tactically under pressure. He scored vital 19 runs and grabbed career-best four wickets for just 11 runs. His ability to stay calm under pressure proved a big positive for Pakistan as it saved the day for team. He proved himself a great addition to Pakistan cricket team by exhibiting his great talent. Imad Wasim made his one-day international debut for Pakistan against Sri Lanka on Jan 2015, and led Pakistan to a thrilling win along with Anwar Ali. Like twenty20 International against Zimbabwe, again his cool and calm temperament was the key to that particular innings at a time when the team was on the brink of losing that match. He gave sixes in last over. He has been doing brilliantly with both batting and bowling and that made him as one of the favourite players for many people within his short career span i-e 2015-16.

Imad Waseem major teams are Pakistan, Pakistan Under-19s, Pakistan A, Sayid Paper, Capital Development Authority, Islamabad Leopards, Islamabad Under-19s, Omar Associates, Federal Areas Leopards, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Pakistan Super League (PSL) has selected him recently under Karachi Kings team for 2016 season. Imad Wasim looks like a cricketer who has the knack of taking wickets and performing at the highest level.

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