kamran akmal

JOURNEY OF KAMRAN AKMAL

Kamran Akmal is a 39-year-old professional Pakistani player, who plays for Pakistan internationally as a right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper.

In 2002, Kamran started his international career with a Test match at Harare Sports Club.

He has save Pakistan in many matches leading the team to victory single-handedly.

Background

Kamran Akmal was born in Lahore, Pakistan on 13 January 1982.

He uses to play cricket with his brother in childhood who became professional cricketers.

His brother, even cousin are well know professional cricket players and they also play for Pakistan.

Kamran played in the Lombard Challenge Cup in England in 1996 being in the Under-15 team.

In 1997 he moved to the Under-19 and made his debut for Lahore when he was 15 years old.

He kept doing hard work and made his way into Pakistan A squad to play against England in 1999.

He made 800 runs in the 2001 season and caught the eyes of the selectors.

Career

Kamran Akmal made his international in a test match against Zimbabwe in November 2002 at Harare.

He made a total of 38 runs in his debut match.  

Then in the next match at Bulawayo, he made his test fifty.

Akmal made his ODI debut but did not get to bat in the match.

However, he scored a total of 24 runs in his next series match.

In the five matches, he made a total of 95 runs.

PSL Career

Kamran Akmal was bought by the Peshawar Zalmi for US$50,000 in the 2016 season he made 151 runs in total.

In 2017 he scored 88 runs in just 48 balls in the match against Islamabad.

In the match against Karachi King, he scored a century in only 60 balls, ensuring his team a place in the final.

Kamran finished the tournament as the leading run-scorer with 353 runs and received a green cap.

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