Shan Masood Wife, Height, Age, Stats, Father, PSL, Teams, Jersey Number

Updated on: Jan 21, 2023 2:48 pm IST

  • Shan Masood

    Shan Masood Khan looks to be the most travelled cricketer from Pakistan in the current generation. He was born in Kuwait where his father was working in a bank. Soon after the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait and the Gulf war, his family moved to their native Pakistan. Shan Masood then landed on English shores to pursue his education. He completed his schooling from Stamford School, Lincolnshire. Thereafter he went to Durham University to study Economics before studying Management and Sports Sciences through distance learning course of Loughborough University.

    Shan Masood’s dream to become a professional cricketer for Pakistan prospered during his school days in England. In 2009, he was impressive in school-circuit cricket while playing for Stamford School. He made 1237 runs at an average of 103 with slamming various school records during that time.

    Then he moved back to Pakistan and became regular in U15s and U19s national sides. He was much talked about after his flamboyant knock of 80 against Australia U19 in 2007. Soon after that knock, he was called by Karachi Knights and made his first-class debut in Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in 2007. He played a critical role in the Habib Bank Cup triumph for Karachi in 2011.

    Shan Masood’s consistent performances in domestic circuit earned him a national call-up when Pakistan hosted South Africa in UAE in the year of 2013. The challenge for him initially was to prove that he was selected on merit as his father was a member of the Board of Governors at the PCB during that time but he attracted all the good news with a beautiful knock of 75 runs on debut.

    Name: Shan Masood Khan

    Nickname: None

    Role: Left hand Batsman & Right-arm medium-fast Bowler

    Physical Appearance

    Height: 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m)

    Eye Colour: Dark Brown

    Hair Colour: Black

    Tattoo: NA

     

    Personal Life

    Date of Birth: October 14, 1989

    Shan Masood Age (as on 2023): 32 Years

    Birth Place: Kuwait City, Kuwait

    Zodiac sign: Libra

    Nationality: Kuwaiti

    School: Stamford School, Lincolnshire

    College: Durham University

    Educational Qualifications: A degree in Economics

    Net Worth: USD $1.45 million (approx)

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    Family

    Shan Masood Father: Mansoor Masood Khan

    Mother: NA

    Sister: NA

    Brother: NA

    Coach: Gary Palmer

    Religion: Muslim

    Address: Karachi

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    Cricket Career

    International Debut

    Test:  14th October, 2013 Vs South Africa at Abu Dhabi

    ODI: 22nd March, 2019 Vs Australia at Sharjah

    T20I: NA

     

    Jersey Number: 94

    Major Teams: Pakistan, Central Punjab (Pakistan), Durham MCCU, Federal Areas, Islamabad, Islamabad Region, Karachi Whites, Karachi Zebras, Leopards, Multan Sultans, National Bank of Pakistan, North West Frontier Province-Baluchistan, Pakistan A, Pakistan Chief Ministers XI, Pakistan Cricket Board Patron’s XI, Pakistan Under-19s, Punjab (Pakistan), Rest of Pakistan Under-19s, United Bank Limited

    Shan Masood PSL Team: Multan Sultans

    Shan Masood Stats, Records

    • Shan Masood scored 1237 runs at an average of 103 for Stamford School in 2009 season which was a school record.
    • Shan Masood made a name for himself during 2012-13 home season when he scored 543 runs at an impressive average of 54.30.

    Preferences

    Hobbies: NA

    Favourite Cricketers:  Younis Khan

    Role Model: Alastair Cook

    Favourite Food: NA

    Favourite Actors: NA

    Favourite Films: NA

    Shan Masood Wife

    Marital Status: Married

    Shan Masood Wife Name: Nische Khan

    Shan Masood Wife

    Marriage Date: 21 January 2023

    Children: None

    Awards and recognitions

    • Shan Masood won the Best domestic batsman of the year award for the year 2017-18 at Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Awards.

    Lesser Known Facts

    • Shan Masood played three first-class games for Durham University and during that time, he faced the likes of Liam Plunkett, Graham Onions and Ajmal Shahzad.
    • His performances in school cricket earned him the recognition in Wisden Book of 2009 as the top ‘Schoolboy batsman’. Notably, Nasser Hussain and Alastair Cook had also received the same feat in previous years.
    • Shan Masood was vice-captain of Pakistan side during ICC U-19 world cup 2008 held in Malaysia. This team also included Imad Wasim, Ahmed Shehzad, Junaid Khan, Umar Akmal and Mohammad Amir.

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