Rahmanullah Gurbaz last 10 Innings in ODI
Updated on: Aug 31, 2023 12:27 pm IST
Rahmanullah Gurbaz has swiftly carved his path to becoming a name to watch in the world of cricket. From humble beginnings to gracing international arenas, Gurbaz’s journey is one of determination, talent, and rapid ascension. Let’s look at Rahmanullah Gurbaz last 10 Innings in ODI ahead of Asia Cup 2023.
|5||Pakistan||Colombo (RPS)||26 Aug 2023|
|151||Pakistan||Hambantota||24 Aug 2023|
|18||Pakistan||Hambantota||22 Aug 2023|
|6||Bangladesh||Chattogram||11 Jul 2023|
|145||Bangladesh||Chattogram||8 Jul 2023|
|22||Bangladesh||Chattogram||5 Jul 2023|
|8||Sri Lanka||Hambantota||7 Jun 2023|
|2||Sri Lanka||Hambantota||4 Jun 2023|
|14||Sri Lanka||Hambantota||2 Jun 2023|
|5||Sri Lanka||Pallekele||30 Nov 2022|
Gurbaz’s cricketing tale begins with his List A debut for Afghanistan A against Zimbabwe A in January 2017, during Zimbabwe’s tour. This marked the first step of a journey that would soon lead him to higher platforms. His rapid rise continued as he made his Twenty20 debut for the Mis Ainak Knights in the 2017 Shpageeza Cricket League, showcasing his flair in the shortest format.
The leap to first-class cricket came in 2018 when he donned the colors of Mis Ainak Region in the Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-day Tournament. This transition to the longer format demonstrated his adaptability and all-around skills.
Gurbaz’s prowess did not go unnoticed as he found himself in Paktia’s squad for the inaugural Afghanistan Premier League in September 2018. This tournament provided a platform for his talent to shine on a global stage. In the subsequent years, he continued to make his mark in various leagues, playing for teams like Khulna Tigers, Barbados Tridents, and Multan Sultans.
The pinnacle of his franchise cricket journey came with his signing by the Jaffna Kings for the Lanka Premier League and later with the Islamabad United for the Pakistan Super League. His versatility as a player was evident when he replaced Jason Roy in the Gujarat Titans squad for the 2022 Indian Premier League, underlining his appeal to diverse franchises.
On the international cricket, Gurbaz’s journey is equally captivating. He was part of Afghanistan’s squad for the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup, marking his early association with the national setup. His consistent performances in domestic and youth cricket caught the attention, leading to his inclusion in Afghanistan’s Twenty20 International (T20I) squad for the 2019–20 Bangladesh Tri-Nation Series. His T20I debut against Zimbabwe in September 2019 marked the beginning of his international journey.
However, it was in the One Day Internationals (ODIs) that Gurbaz truly etched his name in the annals of cricket history. His ODI debut against Ireland in January 2021 was nothing short of a grand entrance. Scoring 127 runs, he became the first Afghan player to score a century on ODI debut and only the 16th overall. This feat not only highlighted his batting prowess but also underscored his potential as a game-changer.
Gurbaz’s journey reached another milestone when he was named in Afghanistan’s squad for the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, solidifying his position as a key player in the national team’s plans.
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