Sharjeel Khan is a 31-year-old Pakistani cricketer born on 14th August 1989.
He plays for Karachi Kings in the Pakistan Super League and for Sindh in the Pakistan domestic tournament.
On 10 October he made his first-class debut for Hyderabad In 2009-10 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
In 2019 his ban for involvement in stop-fixing was lifted and he was available for playing again.
His team won the bronze medal team at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China.
Sharjeel Khan Abilities’ got him into Pakistan’s ODI team during Sri Lanka’s tour in the UAE in 2013.
In his second match, he scored 34 runs and in the third one, he scored 50 runs in just 25 balls.
In 2016, Sharjeel made his debut in the first test match against New Zealand
After performing well in the limited over’s against England and West Indies.
He made his first international 100 against Ireland in 2016 scored a total of 152 runs.
His 50 came in just 34 balls and a century in 61 balls with a strike rate of 176.74.
With his 152 runs, he became the third-highest run-scorer of Pakistan in an ODI inning.
This 150 also stands as the all time third fastest after AB de Villiers and Shane Watson.
Sharjeel Khan made his debut in 2009, scoring a hundred in the 2nd innings in his Twenty20 game.
In Twenty20 (T20) games he has made two centuries.
Sharjeel started playing for Pakistan Super League (PSL) in 2016 from Islamabad United’s squad.
He scored 117 runs in 62 balls in a game against Peshawar Zalmi which is known for the best bowling lineup in PSL.
Khan scored 300 runs in the tournament at an amazing strike rate of 149.25 and became the third-leading run-scorer.