Shakib Al Hasan was born in Magura, Bangladesh, on March 24, 1987. Shakib is a cricketer from Bangladesh who plays for the Bangladeshi national team. He serves as Test cricket’s captain and is the top all-around player in the ICC ODI Players rankings.
He is probably Bangladesh’s best cricketer because he bats aggressively with his left hand in the middle order and bowls slowly with his left arm. He is thought to be the best all-rounder player in Bangladeshi sports history.
In 2019, ESPN ranked him as the 90th most famous athlete in the world. He is one of the most inspiring people on Earth, and after Mushfiqur Rahim, he is thought to be the second most attractive cricketer in the Bangladesh Team.
Shakib is a true all-rounder who frequently contributes to Bangladesh’s success. He is a very competitive character in Bangladeshi cricket because of his aggressive actions on and off the field.
|Full Name||Shakib Al Hasan|
|Nick Name||Moyna Faysal|
|Born Date||March 24, 1987|
|Born Place||Magura, Bangladesh|
|Bowling||Slow left-arm orthodox|
|Likes to play||India|
|Home Town||Magura, Khulna, Bangladesh|
|Hobbies||Traveling, playing golf, & football|
|Political Status||Bangladesh Awami League|
|School Name||Bangladesh Krira Shiksha Pratisthan|
|University Name||American International University, Bangladesh|
|Qualification||Bachelor of Business Administration|
Shakib attended American International University-Bangladesh to obtain a BA in English. On December 12, 2012, he wed Bangladeshi American Umme Ahmed Shishir.
|Father Name||Khondoker Masroor Reza|
|Mother Name||Shirin Reza|
|Sisters||Jannatul Ferdous Ritu|
|Wife Name||Umme Ahmed Shishir|
|Marriage Date||December 2012|
|Daughter||Alayna Aubrey Hasan, Errum Hasan|
|Son||Eyzah Al Hasan|
Alayna Aubrey Hasan, their first daughter, was born on November 8, 2015. Erratum Hasan, their second daughter, was born on April 24, 2020. Eyzah Al Hasan, their first boy, was born on March 16, 2021.
|Net Worth||$36 Million|
He received his green card in August 2018, enabling him to live and work in the US. Shakib is the head of Monarch Holdings and a UNICEF, Huawei, and Anti-Corruption Commission goodwill ambassador (Bangladesh).
Shakib said that he would start a gold business in August 2021 with a new company called Burak Commodities Exchange Co.
|Actor||Riaz, Shah Rukh Khan|
|Films||Titanic, Avatar, Piku|
|Food items||Lucchi (puri), Dosa, Sorshe Ilish|
Early & Domestic
Shakib, born in Magura, Khulna, began playing cricket when he was young. Shakib “was fairly excellent at cricket and was frequently contracted to play for other villages and teams,” claims Prothom Alo sports journalist Utpal Shuvro.
He was chosen to represent Islampur and, after previously using a taped tennis ball, took a wicket with his first delivery using a proper cricket ball. He trained for six months at Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protishtan, a government-run athletic facility.
In 2003’s ACC Under-17 Cup, Shakib made his Under-17 debut against the UAE Under-17s, recording a bowling performance of 3-18 in 8 overs (with two maiden overs).
In May 2004, when Shakib was 17, he played his first first-class game for Khulna. In the first innings, he bowled 0/116 in 30 overs, and in the second innings, he bowled 3/92 in 28 overs.
In the first inning, he got 13 out of 11 with three 4s; in the second inning, he got 16 out of 43. Rakibul Hasan was his first victim in a first-class game.
Shakib first played for Bangladesh at the Under-19 level in November 2005 against India Under-19 in the 2005 Afro-Asia Under-19 Cup.
In his first game, he got 24 runs off of 23 balls, four of which were 4s. He also got 2/26 in 10 overs with two no-balls, and his first wicket was Tanmay Srivastava.
Shakib made his first-class debut on January 1, 2005, in a game between the Bangladesh Cricket Board President’s XI and the Zimbabweans. He got 14 out of 14 in the first innings and 15 out of 66 in the second innings.
He also got 0/133 in 32 overs when he bowled. In February 2005, while playing against Zimbabwe A, Shakib got his first first-class international wicket by getting rid of Vusimuzi Sibanda and a five-wicket haul.
Teams Played For
|2012||Khulna Royal Bengals|
|2011-17, 2021||Kolkata Knight Riders|
|2015||Melbourne Renegades, Rangpur Riders|
At the Harare Sports Club on August 6, 2006, Shakib played in his first One Day International (ODI) match against Zimbabwe. He took out Elton Chigumbura for his maiden ODI wicket and contributed significantly to Bangladesh’s victory, scoring 30 runs.
Shakib played his first T20 against Zimbabwe on November 28, 2006. Shakib had a bowling average of 1/31 and completed 26 of 28 balls for his debut score. Sean Williams was the victim of his first T20I wicket.
On May 6, 2007, Shakib played his first Test against India. On his debut, he bowled 0/62 (19 overs) and scored 30 runs off 47 balls in the first inning and 15 runs off 64 in the second. In the second test against New Zealand, Craig Cumming became Shakib’s maiden test wicket.
In the first test series test against New Zealand on October 20, 2008, Shakib had the best bowling stats by a Bangladeshi player in Tests (7 wickets for 36 runs).
Shakib held the top spot among ODI all-rounders in the ICC rankings from January 2009 to April 2011 and March 2012 to January 2013. He rose to the top of the global rankings for Test all-rounders in December 2011.
Shakib surpassed all other Twenty 20 all-rounders in the global rankings in December 2014. He is now the only all-rounder to hold a top-3 spot in the ICC Player Rankings for every international cricket format.
- Shakib became the first and only player in the history of cricket to be ranked as the “No. 1 all-rounder” by the ICC in all three of the game’s forms on January 12, 2015.
- In a single nation, just one all-rounder has amassed 6,000 runs and 300 wickets in both forms (Bangladesh).
- Mahmadullah and Shakib have the highest partnership record for any wicket in ODIs (224). In ICC Champions Trophy history, this is the biggest fifth-wicket partnership ever.
- He was the sixth all-rounder to reach 3000 runs and 200 wickets in Test cricket and one of the fastest to do so (54 matches).
- He was the fastest and sixth all-rounder to 5,000 runs and took 250 doubles in ODI (in 199 matches).
- The third all-rounder to reach 4,000 runs and 300 wickets in T20s most quickly (in 260 matches).
- The only all-rounder in men’s T20Is to have 100 wickets and 1,000 runs.
- Fastest player in Test cricket to reach 3,000 runs and 200 wickets.
- He made history in men’s T20I cricket in August 2021 by becoming the first player to amass 100 wickets and 1,000 runs.
- Shakib surpassed Lasith Malinga to become the most prolific wicket-taker in men’s T20Is on October 17, 2021, against Scotland in the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.
- With his 40th dismissal on October 24, 2021, he overcame Shahid Afridi to grab the top spot among T20 World Cup wicket-takers.
- He completed the double of 4,000 runs and 200 wickets in test cricket in December 2021 during the second test against Pakistan, making him the all-rounder who did it in the fewest matches.
- Shakib achieved the double of 2,000 runs and 100 wickets in T20I cricket on July 3, 2022, during the second T20I match against the West Indies.