|Full name||Shahbaz Nadeem|
12 August 1989 |
Muzaffarpur, Bihar, India
|Batting style||Right-hand bat|
|Bowling style||Slow left-arm orthodox|
|Domestic team information|
|Source: , 3 February 2017|
Shahbaz Nadeem born August 1989, in Muzaffarpur, Bihar is an Indian slow left-arm orthodox bowler. He has played for Bihar Under-14 side and Indian U-19s and currently plays for Jharkhand and Delhi Daredevils.
Even before he made his first-class debut, Nadeem was seen as the next big left-arm slow bowler. He has a classical, flowing lefty's action, is naturally inclined to bowl round the wicket to right-hand batsmen, and has the boldness to experiment with varying degrees of loop. In addition, he is an athletic fielder and a fixture at point for his state and the East Zone side. He came into the reckoning with a nine-wicket haul against Sikkim in an Under-15 game in 2002. His first-class debut earlier this season was impressive, but he found himself under the hammer against Australia in the Under-19 one-dayers, and played only one match in the Under-19 World Cup.
In the 2012 IPL season Nadeem made a breakthrough in the Delhi Daredevils team with impressive performances. He was also one of the seven players nominated for IPL Rising Star of the year award.
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