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Umar Amin Biography
Full Name: Umar Amin
Date of Birth: Oct 16, 1989, Rawalpindi, Punjab
Major Team: Pakistan, Federal Areas, Federal Areas Leopards, National Bank of Pakistan, Pakistan A, Pakistan Under-19s, Rawalpindi, Rawalpindi Rams
Playing Roll: Batsman
Batting Style: Left
Bowling Style: Right-arm medium
The chance to represent your country in an international competition is the dream of any young aspiring cricketer. Yet a very select few end up achieving that dream. Umar Amin, who was recently selected in Pakistan’s Asian Cup squad, spoke exclusively to PakPassion.net about his excitement and joy at his selection. “I am very happy that I have finally been selected for the full Pakistani team and I hope to continue to do well.”

Umar who averages over 42 in first class cricket, was playing a T20 club match in his hometown of Rawalpindi when he heard of his inclusion in the squad. “My mother called me up and told me that I had been selected for the Asian Cup Squad.” It was a special moment for Umar and it wasn’t long before he was receiving calls from family and friend. Within a couple of days, Umar was packing his bags to head off for the Asian Cup camp.

On the first day of the camp being held in Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium, the young left handed batsman portrayed the mood. “Everybody is very excited about the Asian Cup especially the new guys like myself, Shahzaib and Asad Shafiq.” Umar was also appreciative of the support that the young players were receiving from the senior players as well as the coaching staff of Waqar Younis and Ijaz Ahmed.

The Rawalpindi born batting sensation was upbeat about his chances of performing well. “I think my form currently is pretty good after the recently concluded Pentangular Cup in Karachi.” With the prospects of facing top international bowlers like Lasith Malinga, Ajantha Mendis, Zaheer Khan and Harbhajan Singh and competition for places in the Pakistani middle order tight, Umar will need to bring his ‘A’ game. One advantage Umar does hold is that he has played in Sri Lanka before, stating “I am very aware of the conditions of Sri Lanka and am happy to bat wherever I am required.” In that three week long tour, the highlight was when Umar hit an impressive 153 against Sri Lanka A after opening with Khurrum Manzoor in a four day game in Dambulla.
Batting and fielding Averages
MatInnsNoRunsHsAvgBFS/R100504's6'sCtSt
First-class34604210615337.60408051.614132772190
List A373631171125*35.48137884.971101362230
ODIs330342211.335957.62003010
Tests480993312.3719850.000013010
Twenty207701615023.00128125.780121200
Follower: 
      Mat: Matches, Inns: Innings, No: Not Outs, Hs: Highest Score, Avg: Average, BF: Balls Faced, S/R: Strike Rate, 100: No. of 100's, 50: No. of 50's, 4s: No. of 4's, 6s: No. of 6's, Ct: Catches Taken, St: Stumpings
Bowling Averages
MatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAvgEconS/R4w5w10w
First-class342350026191\/02\/1929.003.1355.5000
List A37716516721\/51\/583.506.0782.5000
ODIs3------------
Tests451326331\/72\/1921.002.8644.0000
Twenty207------------
Follower: 
      Mat: Matches, Inns: Innings, SR: Strike Rate, Wkts: Wickets, BBI: Best Bowling in an Inning, BBM: Best Bowling in a Match, Avg: Average, Econ: Economy, S/R: Strike Rate, 4w: 4 Wickets Taken, 5w: 5 Wickets Taken, 10w: 10 Wickets Taken

Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 4 8 0 99 33 12.37 198 50.00 0 0 13 0 1 0
ODIs 3 3 0 34 22 11.33 59 57.62 0 0 3 0 1 0
First-class 46 81 9 2851 153 39.59 5353 53.25 6 16 376 3 32 0
List A 50 49 3 1583 125* 34.41 2 11 174 4 33 0
Twenty20 16 16 2 355 54* 25.35 299 118.72 0 2 36 6 6 0
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
Tests 4 5 132 63 3 1/7 2/19 21.00 2.86 44.0 0 0 0
ODIs 3 - - - - - - - - - - - -
First-class 46 37 1052 506 18 3/32 5/67 28.11 2.88 58.4 0 0 0
List A 50 17 399 337 7 2/36 2/36 48.14 5.06 57.0 0 0 0
Twenty20 16 4 72 63 2 1/11 1/11 31.50 5.25 36.0 0 0 0
Umar, who has becomes somewhat of a fan favourite after numerous successful A and Youth international tours was also keeping a close eye on upcoming tour to UK which will follow the Asian Cup. “I am just trying to do well in this Asian Cup Inshallah and build my confidence and carry that confidence against Australia and England.” A confident Umar has ambitions to become a permanent member of the squad as he further stated “If I get a chance I want to avail it and never give an opportunity to the selectors to drop me.”

While Sachin Tendulkar will not be competing at the prestigious Asian Cup tournament which started back in 1983, one of his bats will be gracing the competition. Umar received one of Sachin’s bat from Shoaib Akhtar after scoring a match-winning innings in a domestic game. “I still have that Sachin Tendulkar bat and Inshallah (god willing) I will be making my debut with that bat.” All of his fans will be hoping that some of the Indian maestro batting genius rubs off on the debutant. 
International Debut: 2010
Batting and fielding records
M Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St  
Test 4 8 0 99 33 12.38 198 50.00 - - 13 - 1 -
ODI 3 3 0 34 22 11.33 59 57.63 - - 3 - 1 -

Bowling records
M Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Eco SR 4W 5W 10W  
Test 4 5 132 63 3 1/7 2/19 21.00 2.86 44.00 - - -
ODI 3 - - - - - - - - - - - -

Career Statistics
Test Debut: Pakistan v Australia at London, 13-16, Jul 2010
ODI Debut: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Dambulla, Jun 15, 2010
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
0/29, 32* R Rams v K Dolphins Faisalabad 1 Jul 2011 Twenty20
3, 1/11 R Rams v Lahore Lions Faisalabad 30 Jun 2011 Twenty20
1/21, 13 R Rams v Tigers Faisalabad 28 Jun 2011 Twenty20
0/2, 7 R Rams v Wolves Faisalabad 26 Jun 2011 Twenty20
54* R Rams v K Dolphins Faisalabad 24 Jun 2011 Twenty20
0/3, 7 Pakistan A v Afghanistan Faisalabad 29 May 2011 List A
63, 0/30 Pakistan A v Afghanistan Rawalpindi 27 May 2011 List A
29 Pakistan A v Afghanistan Islamabad 25 May 2011 List A
1/16, 42, 0/25, 0 Federal v Sind Lahore 9 Mar 2011 First-class
24, 1/11, 52* Federal v Punjab (Pak) Lahore 25 Feb 2011 First-class
Profile
Since 2007, the left-handed Umar Amin has been among the most-talked about batting prospects for a future middle order without Younis Khan and Mohammad Yousuf, even if he prefers opening himself. Function and efficiency win out over grace and style, but there is little doubting his methods have been effective and can be doubly so in future.
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