Saqib Ali

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Saqib Ali, an ex-Emirati cricketer of Pakistani descent, was born on 14 April 1978. Saqib, a Multan native, moved to the UAE in 1997 and began working for NMC Health. From 2006 to 2015, he competed for the United Arab Emirates National Team.

Saqib Ali Bio

First NameSaqib
Last NameAli
Birthday14 April 1978
Home TownMultan
Birth CountryPakistan
Birth SignAries
Net Worth$1 to $5 million

Cricket Info

Batting StyleRight-hand bat
Bowling Style Right-arm off-break
TeamsRawalpindi, UAE
ODI DebutAgainst  Bangladesh on 4 June 2008
Last ODIAgainst  Afghanistan on 4 December 2014
ODI Cap34




He had participated in two Tests, one ODI, and one List A game for Rawalpindi A in November 1994. At 16, he played two ODIs for Pakistan’s national under-19 squad.

He is a middle-order right-handed batsman who debuted nationally at the 2006 EurAsia Cricket Series. He recorded his first-class century against Scotland the following year in Sharjah.

In a 2007 match against Bermuda, he was chosen captain, and after scoring a duck in the first innings, he made 142 in the second. His best performance came in 2008 when he hit 195 of the 306 balls for his team as the UAE lost to Ireland.

Saqib appeared in five One Day International games. In 2007, he led them to victory in Division Two of the ICC World Cricket League.

Due to a string of injuries, Saqib retired from international cricket in August 2015.

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