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Saeed Anwar Biography
Saeed Anwar Career Profile
 Full Name : Saeed Anwar
Country : Pakistan
Date Of Birth : 1968-09-06
Place Of Birth :  
Batting Style : LHB
Bowling Style : LAB, FS

   
Performance in TESTs ODIs
Matches 55 247
   
Batting Performance TESTs ODIs
Innings 91 244
Not Out’s 2 19
Runs 4052 8823
Hundreds 11 20
Fifties 25 43
Nineties 1 4
Ducks 8 15
Average 45.53 39.21
Highest Score 188 194
Strike Rate 0 80.69
   
Bowling Performance TESTs ODIs
Overs 8 Overs & 0 Ball 40 Overs & 2 Balls
Overs 8 .0 40 .2
Maidens 3 3
Runs 23 191
Wickets 0 6
Average 0.00 31.83
Five Wickets Hauls 0 0
Run Per Over 2.88 4.74
Best Bowling 0-0 2-9
Strike Rate 0.00 40.33
   
Fielding Performance TESTs ODIs
Catches 18 42
Stumpings 0 0
Saeed’s Biography (1968- ) Born in Karachi on September 6th 1968, the Pakistan Captain Saeed Anwar
has become one of the best batsmen in the world through hard work, dedication
combined with his exceptional talent. He has a tremendous eye,
excellent timing, and makes use of his wrists better that any
other batsmen in the game. He can find the gaps at will, and more
often that not, a little push from Saeed simply races away to the
boundry. Strong on all sides of the wicket, Saeed’s favorite shot is
the cut shot, which he plays better than any other Pakistani batsmen.
Very strong on the off side, Saeed has the ability to play some
glorious cover drives that are an absolute delight to watch.
His off side shots are so good, that he is considered to be the
best off side player, among left handed batsmen in the world.
The reason for his immaculate off side play is because of his
sound technique. He is solid in defence, yet can destroy any
bowling attack in the world in a matter of minutes. His strength
in timing and the ability to play on the rise, combined with
excellent execution, makes him the best opener to ever come from
Pakistan…far ahead of the likes of Soahil,Raja,and the Mohammad
brothers.
As a first class cricketer, Saeed used to bat in the middle order
however once he made his ODI debut in Australia, he was thrust
into the opener’s role. He began opening the innings in domestic
cricket, and made his way back into the ODI side as a specialist
opener. Despite, having lost out on precious years due to politics
in the PCB, Saeed never lost hope. He made most of the limited
opportunity’s that Imran Khan gave him, yet he was over looked
for the likes of Shoaib Mohammad and Ramiz Raja…players who
never performed outside of Pakistan.
Welcome! This page is dedicated to Pakistan's greatest batsman, and the former Pakistan Captain - Saeed Anwar. Saeed has recently retired from the game, but as he wished, he left on a high. He came back to international cricket after a long lay off and showed Pakistan's batsman how a class player can perform, by emerging as Pakistan's highest scorer in the World Cup and scoring a record 20th ODI Hundred. Saeed has given a lot to the game of cricket, but more importantly he has given his fans a long lasting impression of a top class player, a great human being, and a real Pakistani Role Model. We wish Saeed Bhai all the best with whatever he does & Inshallah we will have an interview with Saeed Bhai about life after retirement in the very near future.
Pakistan, is a former Pakistani opening batsman. A stylish left-hander, Anwar is most notable for scoring 194 runs against India in Chennai, the highest individual score in a One Day International.
former Pakistani opening batsman. A left-hander, Anwar is most notable for scoring 194 runs against India in Chennai in 1997, the previous highest and now the second highest joint individual score in a One Day International. India's Sachin Tendulkar overtook Anwar's record, when he scored 200* against South Africa on February 24, 2010.
An opening batsman capable of annihilating any bowling attack on his day, Anwar was an attacking batsman in one-day matches and once settled in Test matches, scored quickly and all over the field. His success came from good timing and wrist flicks rather than physical power, and Anwar became famous for his trademark flick. He was able to lift a ball that had pitched outside off stump for six over midwicket. Anwar's timing and ability to score quick runs made him a crowd favourite. He was named as a Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1997.
Anwar was the first Pakistani batsman to score a century against India on Indian soil in a one-day match. He has the highest Test batting average (59.06) of any Pakistani against Australia, and once scored three consecutive centuries.
Bowling Performance     TESTs     ODIs
Overs     8 Overs & 0 Ball     40 Overs & 2 Balls
Overs     8 .0     40 .2
Maidens     3     3
Runs     23     191
Wickets     0     6
Average     0.00     31.83
Five Wickets Hauls     0     0
Run Per Over     2.88     4.74
Best Bowling     0-0     2-9
Strike Rate     0.00     40.33
            
Fielding Performance     TESTs     ODIs
Catches     18     42
Stumpings     0     0
Born in Karachi on September 6th 1968, the Pakistan Captain Saeed Anwar

has become one of the best batsmen in the world through hard work, dedication

combined with his exceptional talent. He has a tremendous eye,

excellent timing, and makes use of his wrists better that any

other batsmen in the game. He can find the gaps at will, and more

often that not, a little push from Saeed simply races away to the

boundry. Strong on all sides of the wicket, Saeed’s favorite shot is

the cut shot, which he plays better than any other Pakistani batsmen.

Very strong on the off side, Saeed has the ability to play some

glorious cover drives that are an absolute delight to watch.

His off side shots are so good, that he is considered to be the

best off side player, among left handed batsmen in the world.

The reason for his immaculate off side play is because of his

sound technique. He is solid in defence, yet can destroy any

bowling attack in the world in a matter of minutes. His strength

in timing and the ability to play on the rise, combined with

excellent execution, makes him the best opener to ever come from

Pakistan…far ahead of the likes of Soahil,Raja,and the Mohammad

brothers.

As a first class cricketer, Saeed used to bat in the middle order

however once he made his ODI debut in Australia, he was thrust

into the opener’s role. He began opening the innings in domestic

cricket, and made his way back into the ODI side as a specialist

opener. Despite, having lost out on precious years due to politics

in the PCB, Saeed never lost hope. He made most of the limited

opportunity’s that Imran Khan gave him, yet he was over looked

for the likes of Shoaib Mohammad and Ramiz Raja…players who

never performed outside of Pakistan.
Magnificent timing and position were Saeed Anwar’s hallmarks. He was an opener competent of exhilarating starts in all cricket all the way through elegant strokeplay more willingly than creature strength. He loved driving all the way through the off side with negligible footwork. He obliterated any bowler contribution girth exterior off stump even though he also on a regular basis guide the ball without delay hooked on the hands of fourth slither or ravine. He first came to significance as a one-day player but soon accomplished alike achievement in Test cricket. Anwar’s fielding was feeble, he was wound lying face down, and his footwork became a lesser amount of confident as his profession illustrated to a close.
International Debut: 1989
Batting and fielding records
M Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St  
Test 55 91 2 4052 188* 45.53 7265 55.77 11 25 535 14 18 -
ODI 247 244 19 8824 194 39.22 10938 80.67 20 43 938 97 42 -

Bowling records
M Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Eco SR 4W 5W 10W  
Test 55 4 48 23 - - - - 2.88 - - - -
ODI 247 13 242 191 6 2/9 2/9 31.83 4.74 40.33 - - -

Career Statistics
Test Debut: Pakistan v West Indies at Faisalabad, 23-25, Nov 1990
ODI Debut: Pakistan v West Indies at Perth, Jan 01, 1989
In 1993, Saeed created a new world record..he hit three back
to back ODI hundreds in Sharjah, a feat never before achieved by
any Pakistani player. He was now finally a permanant member of the
ODI side, under Wasim Akram. However, he was still not considered
for a test spot..once again a huge error by the selectors.
In 1994 however, Saeed finally got a chance to show his worth as
a test match plater. He hit a mammoth 169 in New Zealand and
combined it with some important half centuries in the rest of the
series. He had now proven his credentials as a solid test match
player with the temperment and ability to succeed at the level.
Since 1994, Saeed has played another 40 odd test matches, scored
over 3500 runs and averages 47.20. He is simply a brilliant player.
He is also the Captain of the Pakistan team. He has the ability to
lead from the front and become an excellent Captain, as time will
tell.
Saeed is an excellent team man and gets along extremely well with
his team mates, who have nothing but praise for him..as well as fans
and press alike. Saeed is also a Computer Engineer, and his wife
Lubna, is a doctor who takes care of him when he gets his regular
dose of flu:)
Pakistan’s best batsman..is a great asset to the game..and Inshallah
will continue to play for Pakistan…for years to come.
In 1993, Saeed created a new world record..he hit three back

to back ODI hundreds in Sharjah, a feat never before achieved by

any Pakistani player. He was now finally a permanant member of the

ODI side, under Wasim Akram. However, he was still not considered

for a test spot..once again a huge error by the selectors.

In 1994 however, Saeed finally got a chance to show his worth as

a test match plater. He hit a mammoth 169 in New Zealand and

combined it with some important half centuries in the rest of the

series. He had now proven his credentials as a solid test match

player with the temperment and ability to succeed at the level.

Since 1994, Saeed has played another 40 odd test matches, scored

over 3500 runs and averages 47.20. He is simply a brilliant player.

He is also the Captain of the Pakistan team. He has the ability to

lead from the front and become an excellent Captain, as time will

tell.

Saeed is an excellent team man and gets along extremely well with

his team mates, who have nothing but praise for him..as well as fans

and press alike. Saeed is also a Computer Engineer, and his wife

Lubna, is a doctor who takes care of him when he gets his regular

dose of flu:)
Decide on to take a break from the game later than the death of his daughter in August 2001, he was a slighter strength at what time he came back, although he still dealt with a hundred in opposition to India in the 2003 World Cup. His batting competence on the diminish, Anwar to end with broadcasted his retirement just before Pakistan’s home series in opposition to Bangladesh. He detained the record for the uppermost ODI score till Sachin Tendulkar upstaged him, and on his day he was one of the the majority elegantly persuasive players on the international stage.
A left-handed batsmen, Anwar is most notable for scoring 194 runs against India in Chennai, equalled by Zimbabwean wicketkeeper Charles Coventry in August 2009 against Bangladesh. Indian master blaster Sachin Tendulkar break Anwar record in February 24, 2010 at Gwalior against South Africa.
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