Source: CricInfo, 1 March 1996
Saleem Raza (born 5 July 1964) is a former cricketer. After playing in eight first-class cricket games for his native Lahore City from 1986–87 to 1987–88, Saleem Raza emigrated to the United Arab Emirates, where he competed in the 1994 ICC Trophy. He also played for the UAE in the 1994 Australia-Asia Cup and the 1996 World Cup. Saleem was the hero for UAE in the World Cup as his innings of 84 off 68 deliveries including six sixes helped UAE to pull off a sensational victory against Netherlands, interestingly, it was played in his place of birth, Lahore. This was the last of his 6 ODIs in his career. He also scored 286 runs and bagged 14 wickets in the ICC Trophy in Kenya. Raza was awarded the Player of the Tournament.
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