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Rafiqul Alam (Bengali: রফিকুল আলম) (born 4 October 1957 in Dhaka) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer who played in 2 ODIs in the 1986 Asia Cup. In his debut match, (against Pakistan), he scored 14. He followed this with 10 against Sri Lanka.
In ICC Trophy
He was a member of the Bangladesh team that took part in the 2nd ICC Trophy tournament in England. He played in all 7 matches (including the semi-Final against eventual champions Zimbabwe).Alam, however, failed to impress and scored only 79 runs. His highest was 33 in the very first match against West Africa.
He was slightly more successful four years later. He scored 135 runs with an average of 27.00. His top score was 51 against Malaysia. He also took 5 wickets in the tournament.
|Rafiqul Alam ICC Trophy Record|
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Innings against Omar Qureshi XI
Rafiqul Alam is best remembered for his sterling 86 against Omar Qureshi XI, a team of Pakistani players led by Imran Khan in January 1986.
In domestic cricket
From the late 70's onto the early 90's Rafiqul Alam was one of the most consistent performers in domestic cricket arena. Unfortunately, he failed to achieve the same consistency in international arena. Nevertheless, many analysts still consider him as one of the best Bangladeshi cricketer of the 80's.
After serving as junior national selector in the 1990s, Rafiqul Alam concentrated on coaching club sides. He was the successful head coach of Kalabagan Krira Chakra in the late 1990s and 2000, 2001 and 2002. In 2007, he became chief national team selector. He has also been the coaching director of Dhanmondi Cricket Academy since its inception.
- Cricinfo Scorecard: Bangladesh vs. Pakistan (1986-03-31). Retrieved on 2007-08-23.
- Cricinfo Scorecard:Bangladesh v Sri Lanka (1986-04-02). Retrieved on 2008-04-21.
-  Banglacricket ICC Trophy (Retrieved on 2009-09-14)
- : Rafiqul Ameer."Looking Back: Bangladesh Cricket in the 80's". Retrieved on 2007-12-18.
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