born 8 October 1985) is a Pakistani cricket player. He was born in Karachi[2] and is primarily a left-handed batsman. And with the left hand, the orthodox bowls slow. Fawad made his Test debut in 2009 in three matches. After a hiatus of more than ten years, he again played Test cricket for Pakistan in August 2020, against England.

Fawad Alam career

After Pakistan’s disappointing World Cup campaign, Alam was included in the 16-man squad for the One Day International (ODI) series against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi. He got out on the first ball in the first match. His second ODI was a much better experience. Because he contributed 32 not out. Because Pakistan beat India by 31 runs in Jaipur.

Asia Cup 2014 Return

After being out of all formats for three-and-a-half years, his impressive performances at the domestic level (most notably being the top scorer in the President’s One Day Trophy in the 2013/14 season) saw him return to the national team for the Asia Cup. . His first match was against the host team Bangladesh.

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ODI century continues its form

Was on deputation for the injured Sharjeel Khan. He contributed significantly to the team’s victory, chasing a competitive 326. Scored 74 runs in 70 balls. He continued his form by scoring his first international ODI century (114 not out) against Sri Lanka in the final. The unorthodox but effective, Pakistani batsman had to score heavily in domestic cricket for many years before a long run in Tests. However, he has made his chances count.