Noor Ali Zadran
Noor Ali Zadran
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July 10, 1988
Right-handed Opening batsman
Afghanistan, Mis Ainak Region, Afghanistan Under-17
Noor Ali Zadran is an Afghan professional cricketer, who represents the Afghanistan cricket team internationally since 2009. Noor Ali is an opening batsman; he bats right-handedly and occasionally bowls in right-arm medium-fast style. He plays for Mis Ainak Region team in first-class cricket at domestic level. He shares a close relationship with one current international cricketer Mujeeb Ur Rahman; as he knew the uncle of this youngest Afghan-international cricket. Noor Ali appears only in the shorter formats of the game in limited over matches.
Apart from first-class cricket, Noor Ali also played in List-A cricket, Twenty-20 franchise and age-based domestic tournaments for Under-17 and Under-19 Afghan teams. He made his domestic debut in 2004 with the Under-17 Cricket World Cup and played in Twenty20 cup in 2006 during the beginning domestic days. Twenty20 tournaments are the turning points of his domestic career, which led this talented Afghan batsman towards the international field. He considers Ricky Ponting as the inspirational figure of his cricket career.
He made his international debut in 2009 through an ODI match and T20I debut in 2010 consecutively. His stable batting skills kept him an integral part of the national team of Afghanistan since then in ODI and T20I format. Currently, he plays in the final squad of Afghanistan in running ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
(as Compiled by Madhushree Das Ghosh)
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Debut ODI Match: at Willowmoore Stadium Vs Scotland on 19th of April in 2009
Last ODI: at Civil Service Cricket Club Stadium Vs Ireland on 21st of May in 2019
Debut T20I Match: at Sinhalese Sports Club Stadium Vs Canada on 4th of February in 2010
Last T20I Match: at Warner Park Stadium Vs South Africa on 5th of May in 2017
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