|Batting style||Right-hand bat|
|Bowling style||Right-arm offbreak|
|Source: , 13 February 2006|
Faruk Ahmed (Bengali: ফারুক আহমেদ) (born July 24, 1966, in Dhaka) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer who played in 7 ODIs from 1988 to 1999. A right hand middle order bat, he mostly batted at No. 3, but he could open the batting if necessary.
In ICC Trophy
Ahmed also played in two ICC Trophy tournaments, in 1990 and 1994. He scored 56 against Canada in 1990. There he shared a match winning partnership of 121 with MOM Nurul Abedin (105). Overall, he scored 69 runs in 3 innings (Avg. 23.00). 4 years later, leading the side, he had a disappointing time with the bat in Kenya. He scored 114 runs at an average of 19.00.
As a captain
In the domestic circuit, Ahmed proved himself as a successful captain very early in his career. This prompted the national selectors to make him the Bangladesh captain for the 1993–94 season. This however, didn't turn out to be a very good decision. Specially, in the 1994 ICC Trophy in Kenya, dissatisfaction among senior players combined with injury to key players meant that Bangladesh failed to reach the Semis despite being one of the pre-tournament favorites.
After the 94 ICC Trophy, not only did Ahmed lose his captaincy, he also lost his place in the side. Nevertheless, he showed great courage to win back his place in the side as a top order batsman. He was one of the members of the Bangladesh side in the 1999 WC in England. He, however, failed to impress there, and retired afterward. After retirement, like many others of his generation, he has continued to serve Bangladesh cricket as an administrator. He has served as a national selector.
|Bangladeshi ICC Trophy captains|
|Number||Name||Year||Played||Won||Tied||Lost||No result||Where finished|
|3||Faruk Ahmed||1994||7||4||0||3||0||Third in second round qualifying group|
|Bangladeshi cricket Captains
|Bangladeshi ICC Trophy Captains
Ahmed has a degree in Public Administration from the University of Dhaka.
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