|Full name||Frasat Ali Mughal|
31 July 1949 |
Source: , 31 March 2006
Frasat Ali Mughal (born 31 July 1949, Lahore, Pakistan) was an all-rounder representing the East African cricket team. He played in East Africa's inaugural international One Day International against New Zealand in their first match of the 1975 World Cup. In that match, he made a score of 45, the highest ever by anybody from the East African cricket team. He never took a wicket with his medium pacers. He is one of the well known players of the team and currently resides in Great Britain, In London, where he is also coaching a small youth team.
Frasat Ali was also the first player for opening the batting as well as bowling in a same ODI when he did it in 1975 ICC Cricket World Cup for East Africa.
- "Records | One-Day Internationals | All-round records | Opening the batting and bowling in the same match | ESPN Cricinfo". Cricinfo. Retrieved 2017-02-17.
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