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Saeed Anwar ( Former Pakistani Cricketer) Wife, Records, Controversies, Age, Weight, Height and More

Name: Saeed Anwar

Nickname: NA

Role: opening batsman

Cricket Career

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International Debut:

Test: vs West Indies at Iqbal Stadium, Nov 23, 1990

ODI: vs West Indies at W.A.C.A Ground, Jan 01, 1989

T20I: NA

Career Turning Point: When he scored the highest ODI runs which 194 against India in Chennai.

Jersey Number: NA

Major Teams: Pakistan, Agriculture Development Bank of Pakistan, Karachi, Lahore, United Bank Limited


  • He scored three centuries in ODI's against Sri Lanka and West Indies in the year 1993.
  • Also, Anwar made 30 centuries at an average of 45.19 in First Class Cricket with 51 half-centuries and a high score of 221.
  • He scored 4052 runs in 91 Test matches.
  • He held the record for 12 years of scoring 194 against India in Chennai on 21st May 1997. The highest score made by an individual in an ODI.

Girlfriends, Spouse and Children

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Marital Status: MArried

Affairs/Girlfriends: NA

Wife: Lubna Anwar

Marriage Date: NA

Children: Bismah Anwar (Daughter), Khuzima Saeed


Autobiography: NA

Biopic: NA


Net Worth: US $100k – 1M (Approx)

Awards and recognitions

  • Player of the Series Award: 1
  • Man of the Match Award: 27



Physical Appearance

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Height (approx.): 5ft 7 in

Weight (approx.): NA

Eye Colour: Brown

Hair Colour: Black

Personal Life

Date of Birth: 06th September 1968

Age (as of May 2019): 50 Years

Birth Place: Karachi Sind, Pakistan

Nationality: Pakistani

Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Virgo

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College: NA

Educational Qualifications: NA

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Father: NA

Mother: NA

Sister: NA

Brother: NA

Coach/Mentor: NA

Religion: Islam

Address: Karachi Sind, Pakistan


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Hobbies: NA

Cricketers: NA

Cricket Ground: NA

Athletes: NA

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Artists: NA

Films: NA

Destinations: NA

Tattoos: NA

Smoking/Drinking: No

Style Quotient

Cars Collection: NA

Lesser Known Facts

  • Saeed's life was changed when he was playing against Bangladesh at Multan in 2001. When his three-year-old daughter Bismah died due to prolonged illness. This incident depressed him, and he was dropped out of the squad.
  • He represents his country in three world cups.
  • His father was a hard hitter Club Cricketer.
  • While he was playing against India in Chennai, he got a cramp due to the heat.

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