Nadeem Ghauri

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Nadeem Ghauri
نديم غورى
Personal information
Full name Mohammad Nadeem Ghauri
Born 12 October 1962 (1962-10-12) (age 55)
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Batting Right-hand bat
Bowling Slow left-arm orthodox
International information
National side
Only Test (cap 117) 3 February 1990 v Australia
ODI debut (cap 75) 3 January 1990 v Australia
Last ODI 25 February 1990 v Australia
Domestic team information
Years Team
1986–1999 Habib Bank
1983–1986 Pakistan Railways
1979–1994 Lahore City
1977–1979 Servis Industries
Umpiring information
Tests umpired 5 (2005–2006)
ODIs umpired 43 (2000–2010)
T20Is umpired 4 (2008–2010)
FC umpired 119 (1999–2011)
LA umpired 117 (2000–present)
Career statistics
Competition Tests ODIs FC LA
Matches 1 6 147 127
Runs scored 14 1163 121
Batting average 14.00 11.40 6.72
100s/50s –/– –/– 0/0 0/0
Top score 7* 38 11*
Balls bowled 48 342 36,290 6180
Wickets 5 641 152
Bowling average 46.00 22.58 25.51
5 wickets in innings 47
10 wickets in match n/a 12
Best bowling 2/51 8/51 –/–
Catches/stumpings –/– 55/– –/– 21/–
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 27 June 2012

Mohammad Nadeem Ghauri (Urdu: محمد نديم غورى‎, born 12 October 1962) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in one Test and six One Day Internationals (ODI) in 1990.

Playing career[edit]

Ghauri was born in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Ghouri's only Test match appearance came against Australia in 1990.[1] He had the unfortunate record of scoring neither a run nor taking a wicket in his Test career.[2]

Umpiring career[edit]

In 2005, Nadeem Ghauri officiated in his first Test as umpire, making his debut at Dhaka in a Test between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe.[3] Five years earlier, he made his debut as a One Day International umpire in his hometown in match played between Pakistan and Sri Lanka.[4] Nadeem Ghauri has officiated in five Tests, 43 ODIs and four T20Is.

In 2009, while Ghouri was traveling with the Sri Lankan cricket team to Gaddafi cricket stadium, the bus in which they were riding was attacked by terrorists. Ghouri was not injured.[5]

In April 2013 Nadeem Ghauri was suspended from umpiring for four years by the Pakistan Cricket Board, after being guilty of being willing to accept money for favourable umpiring decisions.[6][7] In December 2014, he asked the PCB to reconsider his ban.[8]

Umpiring statistics[edit]

As of the 13 December 2011:

First Latest Total
Tests  Bangladesh v  Zimbabwe at Dhaka, 14 Jan 2005[3]  Bangladesh v  Australia at Fatullah Osmani Stadium, 9 Apr 2006[9] 05
ODIs  Pakistan v  Sri Lanka at Lahore, 19 Feb 2000[4]  Pakistan v  South Africa at Dubai, 8 Nov 2010[10] 43
T20Is  Pakistan v  Bangladesh Karachi, 20 Apr 2008[11]  Pakistan v  South Africa at Edgbaston, 27 Oct 2010[12] 04

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