Hameed Hassan

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Hamid Hassan
حميد حسن
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Personal information
Full name Hamid Hasan
Born (1987-06-01) 1 June 1987 (age 27)
Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan
Batting style Right-handed
Bowling style Right-arm fast
International information
National side
ODI debut (cap 3) 19 April 2009 v Scotland
Last ODI 1 March 2014 v Bangladesh
ODI shirt no. 66
T20I debut (cap 3) 1 February 2010 v Ireland
Last T20I 8 December 2013 v Pakistan
T20I shirt no. 66
Domestic team information
Years Team
2011/12 Afghan Cheetahs
2006–2011 MCC
2007–2010 Pakistan Customs
2012–present Barisal Burners
Career statistics
Competition ODI T20I FC LA
Matches 19 14 12 36
Runs scored 42 50 58 80
Batting average 7.00 16.66 5.27 8.00
100s/50s –/– –/– –/– –/–
Top score 17 22 26 22
Balls bowled 927 307 2356 1,787
Wickets 35 22 66 63
Bowling average 18.94 14.45 21.27 21.23
5 wickets in innings 6 1
10 wickets in match 2
Best bowling 4/19 4/22 7/61 5/23
Catches/stumpings 1/– 1/– 3/– 5/–
Source: Cricinfo, 01 March 2014
Hameed Hassan
Medal record
Men's Cricket
Competitor for  Afghanistan
Asian Games
Silver 2010 Guangzhou Team

Hamid Hassan (Pashto: حميد حسن) (born 1 June 1987) is a first-class cricketer. Hassan is a 6 feet 5 inches tall right-arm fast bowler who plays for the Afghanistan national cricket team. He has also appeared for the Marylebone Cricket Club, MCC Young Cricketers and Pakistan Customs.

In 2012 Hamid hassan was bought by Barisal Burners for a reported amount of $40,000 to play in Bangladesh Premier League.

Early life and career[edit]

Hassan grew up with no tradition of cricket in his family and did not play the game until he left school in 2001. By the age of 22, he had received high praise from the likes of Mike Gatting and John Stephenson.

In 2009, Hassan was recorded as bowling at 90 miles per hour (145 km/h).[1] He picked up four wickets to limit Jersey to 80 in 39.5 overs in the final of the Pepsi ICC WCL Division 5 event. He also picked up 3–19 against Italy and 4–22 against Fiji in the Pepsi ICC WCL Division 4, finishing the event as the leading wicket-taker with 17 wickets.

ODI debut[edit]

During the 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifier in South Africa Hassan ended the tournament as the second leading wicket taker with 18 wickets. In the same tournament he played his first ODI against Scotland, taking 3/33 from 8 overs.

Hassan made his Twenty20 International debut in the Sri Lanka Associates T20 Series against Ireland, which Afghanistan lost by 5 wickets. Later in February 2010 Hassan represented the Afghanistan side in the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, where Hassan helped lead Afghanistan to three wins in Group A. In Afghanistan's final Group A match, a victory by 29 runs over the United States, Hassan took his best Twenty20 figures to date of 3/14. At present Hassan is the tournament's leading wicket taker with 8 wickets at a bowling average of 8.12. Hassan was later named in Afghanistan's squad for the 2010 ICC World Twenty20.[2]

Hassan was a key member of Afghanistan's 2010 ACC Trophy Elite winning squad. In the country's first match in the tournament, against Bhutan, he took figures of 6/18 from 7.2 overs. Later in the tournament, Hassan saved Afghanistan from defeat against Malaysia by taking figures of 5/44 from 10 overs.[3]

2010 ICC World Twenty20[edit]

Hassan played both of Afghanistan's matches against in the 2010 ICC World Twenty20. In their first group match against India, he claimed figures of 1/8 from 3 overs, with the solitary wicket of Murali Vijay as India won by 7 wickets.[4] In Afghanistan's second match against South Africa, he claimed figures of 3/21 from 4 overs. His wickets were those of Jacques Kallis, JP Duminy and Mark Boucher. In Afghanistan's reply, he came in with the score on 32/8 and helped Afghanistan to post a score of 80 all out by sharing in a 33 run partnership with Mirwais Ashraf and a 15 run partnership for the last wicket with Shapoor Zadran, before Hassan himself was dismissed for 22 (1 four, 2 sixes) by Charl Langeveldt to hand South Africa a 59 run victory.[5]

Success in first-class cricket[edit]

During Afghanistan's tour of Scotland in August 2010, Hassan took his maiden five wicket haul in first-class cricket during the Intercontinental Cup match. In Scotland's first innings he took 6/50 and in their second innings he took 5/114, which also gave him his maiden ten wicket haul in a match.[6] Afghanistan went on to record a 229 run win.

In the following Intercontinental Cup match against Kenya, Hassan was instrumental in orchestrating Kenya's collapse during their first innings, as he took figures of 5/70, including the wicket of David Obuya from the 2nd ball of the match. In Kenya's second innings, he again took another five wicket haul, this time figures of 6/87, as he wrapped up Afghanistan's victory on day four by dismissing Kenya from their overnight position of 324/6 to 344 all out, handing Afghanistan a 167 run victory.[7]

Hassan was man of the match in the final of the competition against Scotland. This was awarded to him on the basis of his bowling figures of 5/45 in Scotland's second innings and 3/39 in their second, crucially helping restrict them to 82 in that innings and therefore setting up what would become a 7 wicket victory for the Afghans.[8]

Prior to the final of the Intercontinental Cup, Hassan won a silver medal at the 2010 Asian Games cricket competition. In March 2011 he was called up by the Marylebone Cricket Club to represent them in the champion county match against Nottinghamshire[9] prior to the 2011 English cricket season.

He later played for the newly formed Afghan Cheetahs team in the Faysal Bank Twenty-20 Cup 2011-12.

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