Enamul Haque Jr

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Enamul Haque
Personal information
Full name Enamul Haque Jr
Born (1986-12-05) 5 December 1986 (age 28)
Sylhet, Bangladesh
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Batting style Right-hand batsman
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
Role Bowler
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 75) 21 October 2003 v England
Last Test 17 April 2013 v Zimbabwe
ODI debut (cap 75) 24 January 2005 v Zimbabwe
Last ODI 5 November 2009 v Zimbabwe
Domestic team information
Years Team
2001–present Sylhet Division
2012–present Chittagong Kings
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI FC LA
Matches 15 10 92 64
Runs scored 59 12 1,252 208
Batting average 5.90 3.00 13.31 7.70
100s/50s 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/0
Top score 13 5 60 37*
Balls bowled 3,549 576 22,476 3,351
Wickets 44 14 370 82
Bowling average 40.61 30.14 29.10 27.17
5 wickets in innings 3 0 28 0
10 wickets in match 1 n/a 5 n/a
Best bowling 7/95 3/16 7/47 4/27
Catches/stumpings 3/– 8/– 39/– 23/–
Source: CricketArchive; http://www.espncricinfo.com/bangladesh/content/player/55882.html, 9 February 2014

Enamul Haque (Bengali: এনামুল হক, born 5 December 1986) in Sylhet, known as Enamul Haque jr to distinguish him from Enamul Haque, who also played for Bangladesh, but was not related to him, is a Bangladeshi cricketer. He currently plays for his home team, Sylhet Division.

He is a right-handed batsman and bowls a slow left-arm delivery. His Test debut occurred against England in at Dhaka in 2003. In April 2004, the Bangladesh Cricket Board granted Enamul his first six-month rookie contract, with pay below that of senior national players.[1]

Zimbabwe toured Bangladesh in January 2005 for two Tests and five ODIs. The touring Zimbabwe side had suffered due to player disputes which in 2004 had led to the country's temporary suspension from Test cricket. Of Zimbabwe's 16-man squad, only their captain had played more than nine Tests; Bangladesh were the more experienced team. In the first match, Bangladesh secured their maiden victory in Test cricket.[2] Having not taken a wicket in Zimbabwe's first innings, Haque's haul of 6/45 in the second helped his team to victory and set the record for best bowling figures for Bangladesh in Tests.[3] The second Test ended in a draw, giving Bangladesh their first series win. In one innings Haque took 7/95, beating his own record for best bowling figures for Bangladesh,[2] and took 12/200 in the match, so that at the age of 18 years and 40 days he became the youngest bowler to take ten wickets in a Test, overtaking Pakistan's Wasim Akram.[4]

During a match against Rajshahi Division in December 2005, Haque claimed his 100th first-class wicket when he dismissed Rafiqul Islam caught and bowled.[5] Playing against Khulna Division in November 2007, Haque took his 200th first-class wicket when he had Imrul Kayes stumped.[6]

Haque returned to the ODI side in 2009 after a gap of three years when he was selected in the squad to face Zimbabwe in three matches and a tri-series with Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe. He was selected in the absence of first-choice veteran spinner Abdur Razzak and because he had a good record against Zimbabwe.[7] Zimbabwe toured Bangladesh in October for five ODIs. In the fourth match of the series, Haque recorded his best bowling figures in ODIs (3/16) and took his 50th wicket in list A cricket when he dismissed Elton Chigumbura caught and bowled.[8] In December, Enamul was one of 13 players to be given a one-year central contract with the BCB.[9] When the Board announced the new list of central contracts in November 2010, Enamul's was not renewed.[10] Having gone four years without taking more than four wickets in an innings, Haque took two five-wicket hauls against Dhaka Metropolis in November 2011, to finish with match figures of 10/77, to help his team to victory.[11] On 21 December 2011, he became the first Bangladeshi bowler to achieve his 300th First-Class wicket against Khulna Division with the bowling figures of 5/95.

The Bangladesh Cricket Board founded the six-team Bangladesh Premier League in 2012, a twenty20 tournament to be held in February that year.[12] An auction was held for teams to buy players,[13] and Haque was bought by the Chittagong Kings for $55,000.[14] He took 13 wickets from 9 matches,[15] and immediately after the tournament was selected in Bangladesh's ODI squad for the 2012 Asia Cup.[16]

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  1. ^ Youthful pair given 'rookie' contracts, ESPNcricinfo, 30 April 2004, retrieved 2011-09-22 
  2. ^ a b Shuvro, Utpal, Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 2004–05, Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, retrieved 2011-02-14 
  3. ^ Imam, Rabeed (10 January 2005), Enamul ends the long wait, ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 2011-11-21 
  4. ^ Records / Test matches / Bowling records / Youngest player to take ten-wickets-in-a-match, ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 2011-11-21 
  5. ^ f48988 Sylhet Division v Rajshahi Division: Ispahani Mirzapore Tea National Cricket League 2005/06, Cricket Archive, retrieved 2011-11-21 
  6. ^ f50299 Khulna Division v Sylhet Division: Ispahani Mirzapore Tea National Cricket League 2007/08, Cricket Archive, retrieved 2011-11-21 
  7. ^ Shahadat and Kayes dropped for ODIs, ESPNcricinfo, 7 January 2009, retrieved 2011-06-19 
  8. ^ a20130 o2920 Bangladesh v Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe in Bangladesh 2009/10 (4th ODI), Cricket Archive, retrieved 2011-11-21 
  9. ^ Mashrafe Mortaza to lead Bangladesh in tri-series, ESPNcricinfo, 22 December 2009, retrieved 2011-09-22 
  10. ^ Ashraful handed top-level central contract, ESPNcricinfo, 1 November 2010, retrieved 2011-02-04 
  11. ^ Isam, Mohammad (17 November 2011), Sylhet end Dhaka Metro's winning streak, ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 2011-11-21 
  12. ^ Engineer, Tariq (28 December 2011), Bangladesh Premier League to begin on February 9, ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 2012-01-20 
  13. ^ Isam, Mohammad (19 January 2012), Afridi and Gayle fetch highest BPL prices, ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 2012-01-20 
  14. ^ Bangladesh Premier League: players standing after auction (PDF), ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 2012-01-20 
  15. ^ Isam, Mohammad (1 March 2012), The BPL XI, ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 2012-03-06 
  16. ^ Tamim out of Bangladesh squad, Mortaza returns, ESPNcricinfo, 5 March 2012, retrieved 2012-03-06 

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