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Mohammad Hasnain is a Pakistani cricketer. He was born on 5 April 2000 in Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan. Fast bowler Muhammad Hasnain now holds the record for the quickest bowler in Pakistan, and in 2018 he exploded through the age groups to debut locally.

He has been selected for the first team of Pakistan competing in the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England. The first Pakistani in the four-year history of the previous competition to receive the honor was Mohammad Hasnain, who was awarded man of the match.

Mohammad Hasnain Biography

Full Name Mohammad Hasnain
Nick Name Saifi
Birthday 05-Apr-00
Age 22 Years
Country Pakistan
Nationality Pakistani
Birthplace Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan
Religion Muslim
Education Intermediate
Hobby Swimming
Zodiac Sign Aries

M Hasnain Physical Measurements

Height In feet: 6, Centimeters: 183, Meters: 1.83, In Inches: 72
Weight 70 kg
Hair Color Black
Hair Style Simple
Body Type Athletic
Eyes Color Brown

Cricket Information

Batting Right-handed
Bowling Right-arm fast
Role Fast bowler
Coach or Mentor Mudassar Nazar
Jersey / Shirt Number 87
ODI Cap No. 222
T20 Cap No. 82
Major Teams Pakistan, Bravo XI, Pakistan Emerging Team, Pakistan Television, Quetta Gladiators, Pakistan Under-19s, Sindh, Trinbago Knight Riders

Mohammad Hasnain Family

Father Name Muhammad Hussain
Mother Name Fatima Batol
Spouse/Wife N/A
Friends M.Mosa, Naseem Shah, Shain Warne
Marital Status
In a relationship

Favorite Things

Actor Shah Rukh Khan
Drink Milk
Actress Shilpa Shetty 
Food Fast Food
Fruit Mango
Movie DDLJ
Footballer Muhammad Salah
City Karachi
Faveriot Car BMW

Muhammad Husnain Net Worth

Annual income 1 crore
Net Worth  7 crore

M Husnain Career

Domestic

On September 1, 2018, he made his Pakistan Television debut in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy for the 2018–19 season.

Pakistan Super League (PSL)

On February 27, 2019, he made his Twenty20 debut for the Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). He eventually became known for his accuracy and pace, as well as bowling the fastest delivery of the contests at 151 km/h. He is Pakistan’s first fast bowler to come from Hyderabad. He was the first native to win Man of the Match in a PSL Final for his bowling stats of 3/30 off 4 overs during the PSL Final versus Peshawar Zalmi.

Caribbean Premier League (CPL)

He was measured at 155.1 km/h while bowling a ball for the Trinbago Knight Riders in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) in September 2019, making it the league’s fastest ball ever.

Big Bash League (BBL)

He made his Big Bash League (BBL) debut in January 2022 for the Sydney Thunder, taking 3 wickets for 0 runs in his first over. His bowling action was noted during the match against Sydney Sixers on January 15, 2022. He signed a contract with Worcestershire in June 2022 to compete in the English County Championship.

ODI Debut

He was selected for Pakistan’s One Day International (ODI) team in March 2019 for their series against Australia.  On March 24, 2019, he played his first ODI for Pakistan against Australia. 

Twenty20 International (T20I)

He was selected for the Pakistani World Cup Cricket team in April 2019. On May 5, 2019, he played in his first Twenty20 International (T20I) match for Pakistan against England. At 19 years and 183 days, Hasnain became the youngest bowler to take a hat-trick in a T20I match on October 5, 2019, during the series against Sri Lanka. He was also the second Pakistani bowler and the ninth overall.

Controversy

Suspension From Bowling

The International Cricket Council (ICC) banned Hasnain from bowling in international cricket due to improper bowling action. Following examinations on his bowling motion performed at the ICC-accredited testing facility in Lahore on January 21, Hasnain was given a bowling suspension. His bowling action was determined to be illegal in the test report, which was examined and verified by a Cricket Australia independent expert.

Removal From Suspension

The amount of elbow extension in the reassessment was within the 15-degree level of tolerance allowed by the ICC Illegal Bowling Regulations, according to the Pakistan Cricket Board, which declared fast bowler Mohammad Hasnain’s bowling action valid. As a result, he is now eligible to bowl again in local and international cricket.

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