Mehidy Hasan Miraz
|Date of Birth
October 25, 1997
All-rounder, Right-handed Batsman, off-break Bowler
Bangladesh, Kalabagan, Khulna Division, Rajshahi Kings, Trinbago Knight Riders, Bangladesh Under-19
Mehidy Hasan is an International Bangladeshi cricketer who plays for all three formats of the game. He has been playing from the national side of Bangladesh since 2016 and currently seen in ODI and Test formats only.
He represents Rajshahi Division team in first-class cricket and played Kalabagan squad at domestic level. Mehidy Hasan is a young all-rounder of the Bangladeshi squad who bats right-handed and bowls in off-break style. He started playing cricket from an early age of 8 and took his professional training of cricket from the Kashipur Cricket Academy.
He appeared in Under-14 National Cricket Tournament at the beginning of his career and got a chance to affiliate with the Under-19 team of Bangladesh for his contribution in that tournament. It was the unbelievable success of Mehedi Hasan in Under-19 Cricket World Cup in 2016 that gave him recognition in World cricket arena. He was declared ‘Player of the Tournament’ for scoring 242 runs and took 12 wickets in that U-19 World Cup.
After his remarkable performance in U-19 WC, he got a chance to enter the national team of Bangladesh in the same following year. Mehidy Hasan made his international debut through a test match against England and started strengthening his place from the very first match of his career. Then he gradually completed his international debut in rest two formats consecutively in the next year 2017.
Mehidy Hasan has become a crucial part of national Bangladesh squad for his impressive playing expertise. Apart from being a skilled middle-order batsman, he is a hugely talented spinner with unerring accuracy. However, a few cricket experts think that Mehidy Hasan should focus on his batting skills more vigilantly to become a perfect all-rounder for his team. This youngest Bangladeshi all-rounder was successfully named in the squad of Bangladesh for 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Debut Test Match: at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium Vs England on 20th of October in 2016
Last Test Match: at Seddon Park Stadium Vs New Zealand on 28th of February in 2019
Debut ODI Match: at Rangiri Dambulla Stadium Vs Sri Lanka on 25th of March in 2017
Last ODI: at The Village Stadium Vs West Indies on 17th of May in 2019
Debut T20I Match: at R. Premadasa Stadium Vs Sri Lanka on 6th of April in 2017
Last T20I Match: at Shere Bangla National Stadium Vs West Indies on 22nd of December in 2018
|Achievements/Records Associated With
Best Test match figures for a Bangladeshi bowler with 12 wickets