|Full name||Antao D'Souza|
17 January 1939|
Nagoa, Goa, Portuguese India
|Test debut (cap 29)||20 February 1959 v West Indies|
|Last Test||20 August 1962 v England|
Source: Cricinfo, 29 October 2012
Antao D'Souza (born 17 January 1939) is a former cricketer who played in six Tests for the Pakistan cricket team, from 1959 to 1962. He was the second (out of four) Christian to play Test cricket for Pakistan. He was a medium pace bowler and obdurate tail-end batsman.
Born and raised in Nagoa, Salcete, Goa (at the time part of Portuguese India), D'Souza's father emigrated to Karachi, Pakistan, at the time of independence in 1947, where D'Souza attended St Patrick's High School. His brothers, Marshall and Paul D'Souza, also played first-class cricket.
D'Souza toured England in 1962, heading the batting averages (53) as he remained not out in five of his six innings. His bowling was as ineffective as everyone else on that tour, which Pakistan lost 0–4. Domestically, D'Souza played for Pakistan International Airlines, Karachi Blues, Karachi, and Peshawar.
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