2012 Asia Cup

The 2012 Asia Cup (also called Micromax Asia Cup) was the eleventh edition of the tournament and was held in Bangladesh.

Like the previous event, the tournament featured the four Test-playing nations from Asia: Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. India entered the tournament as the defending 2010 Asia Cup champions. Pakistan won the tournament by beating Bangladesh in the final by 2 runs.[2][3][4][9]

2012 Asia Cup
2012 Asia Cup
Dates11 March–22 March[1]
Administrator(s)Asian Cricket Council
Cricket formatOne Day International
Tournament format(s)Round-robin, Knockout
Host(s) Bangladesh
Champions Pakistan[2][3][4] (2nd title)
Runners-up Bangladesh
Matches played7
Player of the seriesBangladesh Shakib Al Hasan[5][6]
Most runsIndia Virat Kohli (357)[7]
Most wicketsPakistan Umar Gul (9)[8]


China was interested to host the Asia Cup at Guangzhou[10] but it was decided by the Asian Cricket Council that Bangladesh will host the event. It was the third time Bangladesh hosted the event after 1988 and 2000.

The event was supposed to be held between 1 and 11 March 2012, but was rescheduled to avoid conflicting with the ODI tri-series in Australia that also included Sri Lanka and India, which ended on 8 March. The tournament was played from 11 to 22 March.[11]


All the 7 matches were played at Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Mirpur.[12]

City Venue Capacity Matches
Mirpur, Dhaka Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium
Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium
26,000 7
2012 Asia Cup is located in Bangladesh
Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium
Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium
Venue in Bangladesh

Match Officials

Umpires from neutral countries:

England - Ian Gould

Australia - Paul Reiffel

Australia - Steve Davis

Umpires from participating countries:

India - Sundaram Ravi

Bangladesh - Gazi Sohel

Bangladesh - Masudur Rahman

Bangladesh - Sharfuddoula

Sri Lanka - Ruchira Palliyaguruge

Pakistan - Shozab Raza

Match Referee:

Australia - David Boon


 Bangladesh[13]  India[14]  Pakistan[15]  Sri Lanka[16]


  1. ^ Withdrawn on 14 March 2012 due to injury. Replaced with Shaminda Eranga.

Points table


Pos Team Pld W L T NR BP Pts HTH NRR For Against
1  Pakistan 3 2 1 0 0 1 9 0.4439 780 (139.5) 759 (147.5)
2  Bangladesh 3 2 1 0 0 0 8 1 0.0223 746 (136.3) 762 (140)
3  India 3 2 1 0 0 0 8 0 0.3774 923 (147.5) 876 (149.2)
4  Sri Lanka 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 -0.8869 653 (140) 705 (127)

Points system:[18]

  • Win: 4 points
  • Loss: no points
  • Tie/No result: 2 points
  • Bonus point: If a team wins, with a run rate ≥ 1.25 times that of the opposing team, that team gets 1 bonus point. (A team's run rate is number of runs scored divided by number of overs faced, except that a team is treated as having faced the full 50 overs if it loses all of its wickets)

If two or more teams have the same number of points, the right to play in the final is determined as follows:

  • The team having the higher number of wins.
  • If two or more teams have same number of wins, the team with more wins against the other teams who have equal number of points and wins. (Head to head)
  • If still equal, the team with the higher number of bonus points.
  • If still equal, the team with the greater net run rate.


Group stage matches

All times local (UTC+06:00)

Match 1

11 March 2012
14:00 (D/N)
262/8 (50 overs)
241 (48.1 overs)
Mohammad Hafeez 89 (126)
Shahadat Hossain 3/53 (8 overs)
Shakib Al Hasan 64 (66)
Umar Gul 3/58 (9.1 overs)
Pakistan won by 21 runs
Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Mirpur Thana
Umpires: Ian Gould (Eng) and Paul Reiffel (Aus)
Player of the match: Mohammad Hafeez (Pak)

Match 2

13 March 2012
14:00 (D/N)
304/3 (50 overs)
 Sri Lanka
254 (45.1 overs)
Virat Kohli 108 (120)
Farveez Maharoof 2/57 (10 overs)
Mahela Jayawardene 78 (59)
Irfan Pathan 4/32 (8.1 overs)
India won by 50 runs
Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Mirpur Thana
Umpires: Steve Davis (Aus) and Ian Gould (Eng)
Player of the match: Virat Kohli (Ind)

Match 3

15 March 2012
14:00 (D/N)
Sri Lanka 
188 (45.4 overs)
189/4 (39.5 overs)
Kumar Sangakkara 71 (92)
Aizaz Cheema 4/43 (9 overs)
Umar Akmal 77 (72)
Suranga Lakmal 2/37 (8 overs)
Pakistan won by 6 wickets
Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Mirpur Thana
Umpires: Steve Davis (Aus) and Paul Reiffel (Aus)
Player of the match: Aizaz Cheema (Pak)

Match 4

16 March 2012
14:00 (D/N)
289/5 (50 overs)
293/5 (49.2 overs)
Sachin Tendulkar 114 (147)
Mashrafe Mortaza 2/44 (10 overs)
Tamim Iqbal 70 (99)
Praveen Kumar 3/56 (10 overs)
Bangladesh won by 5 wickets
Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Mirpur Thana
Umpires: Ian Gould (Eng) and Paul Reiffel (Aus)
Player of the match: Shakib Al Hasan (Ban)

Match 5

18 March 2012
14:00 (D/N)
329/6 (50 overs)
330/4 (47.5 overs)
Nasir Jamshed 112 (104)
Ashok Dinda 2/47 (8 overs)
Virat Kohli 183 (148)
Mohammad Hafeez 1/42 (9 overs)
India won by 6 wickets
Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Mirpur Thana
Umpires: Steve Davis (Aus) and Ian Gould (Eng)
Player of the match: Virat Kohli (Ind)

Match 6

20 March 2012
14:00 (D/N)
Sri Lanka 
232 (49.5 overs)
212/5 (37.1 overs)
Chamara Kapugedera 62 (92)
Nazmul Hossain 3/32 (8 overs)
Tamim Iqbal 59 (57)
Nuwan Kulasekara 2/30 (6 overs)
Bangladesh won by 5 wickets (D/L method)
Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Mirpur Thana
Umpires: Steve Davis (Aus) and Paul Reiffel (Aus)
Player of the match: Shakib Al Hasan (Ban)


22 March 2012
14:00 (D/N)
236/9 (50 overs)
234/8 (50 overs)
Sarfraz Ahmed 46* (52)
Abdur Razzak 2/26 (10 overs)
Shakib Al Hasan 68 (72)
Aizaz Cheema 3/46 (7 overs)
Pakistan won by 2 runs
Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Mirpur Thana
Umpires: Steve Davis (Aus) and Ian Gould (Eng)
Player of the match: Shahid Afridi (Pak)

Records and statistics


Player Team Matches Runs Average SR HS 100s 50s
Virat Kohli  India 3 357 119 102 183 2 1
Tamim Iqbal  Bangladesh 4 253 63.25 80.831 70 0 4
Mohammad Hafeez  Pakistan 4 245 61.25 67.867 105 1 1
Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 4 237 59.25 110.233 68 0 3
Nasir Jamshed  Pakistan 4 193 48.25 96.02 112 1 1


Player Team Matches Wickets Runs Average SR BBI ECon. 4W
Umar Gul  Pakistan 4 9 208 23.111 24 3/58 5.778 0
Saeed Ajmal  Pakistan 4 8 161 20.125 28.25 3/27 4.274 0
Aizaz Cheema  Pakistan 4 8 196 24.5 24.75 4/43 5.939 1
Abdur Razzak  Bangladesh 4 6 154 25.667 40 2/26 3.85 0
Mashrafe Mortaza  Bangladesh 4 6 177 29.5 39.833 2/44 4.444 0

Most Man of the match

Player No. of Awards
India Virat Kohli 2
Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan
Pakistan Mohammad Hafeez 1
Pakistan Aizaz Cheema
Pakistan Shahid Afridi Man of the match in Final


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External links

2008 Asia Cup

The 2008 Asia Cup (also called STAR Cricket Asia Cup) took place in Pakistan in June 2008. The six teams which took part in the tournament were India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Asian associate nations UAE and Hong Kong. This was the first Asia Cup hosted by Pakistan; previously political tensions between India and Pakistan did not permit Pakistan to host the event in 1993. It was broadcast in India by Star Cricket and ESPN and in Pakistan by Geo Super. Sri Lanka won the final against India by 100 runs.

2012 Asia Cup Final

The 2012 Asia Cup Final was the final of the 2012 Asia Cup, a One Day International cricket tournament, and was played between Pakistan and Bangladesh on 22 March 2012 in Dhaka. Pakistan stunned Bangladesh in the last ball thriller to achieve their second Asia Cup title after 2000.

2012 Asian Baseball Championship

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2012 Asian Roller Hockey Cup

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2012 in Bangladesh

2012 (MMXII)

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The year 2012 was the 41st year after the independence of Bangladesh. It was also the fourth year of the second term of the Government of Sheikh Hasina.

Aizaz Cheema

Aizaz bin Ilyas Cheema known as Aizaz Cheema (born 5 September 1979 in Sargodha) is an international cricketer from Pakistan.

Anamul Haque

Mohammad Anamul Haque Bijoy (born 16 December 1990) is a Bangladeshi cricketer. He is a wicket-keeper and an opening right-handed batsman.

Ashoke Dinda

Ashok Dinda is an Indian cricketer. He plays for Bengal in domestic cricket and played for Rising Pune Supergiant in the Indian Premier League. Earlier he played for Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Daredevils, Pune Warriors India and Kolkata Knight Riders.


Bangladesh (; Bengali: বাংলাদেশ Bangladesh [ˈbaŋladeʃ] (listen), lit. "The country of Bengal"), officially the People's Republic of Bangladesh (গণপ্রজাতন্ত্রী বাংলাদেশ Gônoprojatontri Bangladesh), is a country in South Asia. It shares land borders with India and Myanmar (Burma). The country's maritime territory in the Bay of Bengal is roughly equal to the size of its land area. Bangladesh is the world's eighth most populous country as well as its most densely-populated, to the exclusion of small island nations and city-states. Dhaka is its capital and largest city, followed by Chittagong, which has the country's largest port. Bangladesh forms the largest and easternmost part of the Bengal region. Bangladeshis include people from a range of ethnic groups and religions. Bengalis, who speak the official Bengali language, make up 98% of the population. The politically dominant Bengali Muslims make the nation the world's third largest Muslim-majority country. Islam is the official religion of Bangladesh.Most of Bangladesh is covered by the Bengal delta, the largest delta on Earth. The country has 700 rivers and 8,046 km (5,000 mi) of inland waterways. Highlands with evergreen forests are found in the northeastern and southeastern regions of the country. Bangladesh has many islands and a coral reef. The longest unbroken natural sea beach of the world, Cox's Bazar Beach, is located in the southeast. It is home to the Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest in the world. The country's biodiversity includes a vast array of plant and wildlife, including endangered Bengal tigers, the national animal.

The Greeks and Romans identified the region as Gangaridai, a powerful kingdom of the historical Indian subcontinent, in the 3rd century BCE. Archaeological research has unearthed several ancient cities in Bangladesh, which enjoyed international trade links for millennia. The Bengal Sultanate and Mughal Bengal transformed the region into a cosmopolitan Islamic imperial power between the 14th and 18th centuries. The region was home to many principalities that made use of their inland naval prowess. It was also a notable center of the global muslin and silk trade. As part of British India, the region was influenced by the Bengali renaissance and played an important role in anti-colonial movements. The Partition of British India made East Bengal a part of the Dominion of Pakistan; and renamed it as East Pakistan. The region witnessed the Bengali Language Movement in 1952 and the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. After independence was achieved, a parliamentary republic was established. A presidential government was in place between 1975 and 1990, followed by a return to parliamentary democracy. The country continues to face challenges in the areas of poverty, education, healthcare, and corruption.

Bangladesh is a middle power and a developing nation. Listed as one of the Next Eleven, its economy ranks 43rd in terms of nominal gross domestic product and 29th in terms of purchasing power parity. It is one of the largest textile exporters in the world. Its major trading partners are the European Union, the United States, China, India, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore. With its strategically vital location between South, East and Southeast Asia, Bangladesh is an important promoter of regional connectivity and cooperation. It is a founding member of SAARC, BIMSTEC, the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Forum for Regional Cooperation and the Bangladesh Bhutan India Nepal Initiative. It is also a member of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, Commonwealth of Nations, the Developing 8 Countries, the OIC, the Indian-Ocean Rim Association, the Non Aligned Movement, the Group of 77 and the World Trade Organization. Bangladesh is one of the largest contributors to United Nations peacekeeping forces.

Cricket in Bangladesh

Cricket is the most popular sport in Bangladesh. There is a strong domestic league which on many occasions also saw Test players from many countries (Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, and England) gracing the cricket fields of Bangladesh. In the year 2000 Bangladesh became a full member of the International Cricket Council, which allows the national team to play Test cricket. The Bangladesh national cricket team goes by the nickname of the Tigers – after the royal Bengal tiger. At present among the most popular cricket players in Bangladesh, Tamim Iqbal, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mashrafe Bin Mortaza ( captain). These players have played in Asia Cup tournaments in 2012 Asia Cup, 2016 Asia Cup and 2018 Asia Cup.

Enamul Haque (Sylhet cricketer, born 1986)

Enamul Haque (Bengali: এনামুল হক;born 5 December 1986) known as Enamul Haque Jr to distinguish him from Enamul Haque, who also played for Bangladesh, but was not related to him, is a Bangladeshi cricketer. He currently plays for his home team, Sylhet Division in National Cricket League and Prime Bank Cricket Club in the Dhaka Premier Division.

He is a right-handed batsman and bowls a slow left-arm delivery. His Test debut occurred against England in at Dhaka in 2003. In April 2004, the Bangladesh Cricket Board granted Enamul his first six-month rookie contract, with pay below that of senior national players.Zimbabwe toured Bangladesh in January 2005 for two Tests and five ODIs. The touring Zimbabwe side had suffered due to player disputes which in 2004 had led to the country's temporary suspension from Test cricket. Of Zimbabwe's 16-man squad, only their captain had played more than nine Tests; Bangladesh were the more experienced team. In the first match, Bangladesh secured their maiden victory in Test cricket. Having not taken a wicket in Zimbabwe's first innings, Haque's haul of 6/45 in the second helped his team to victory and set the record for best bowling figures for Bangladesh in Tests. The second Test ended in a draw, giving Bangladesh their first series win. In one innings Haque took 7/95, beating his own record for best bowling figures for Bangladesh, and took 12/200 in the match, so that at the age of 18 years and 40 days he became the youngest bowler to take ten wickets in a Test, overtaking Pakistan's Wasim Akram.During a match against Rajshahi Division in December 2005, Haque claimed his 100th first-class wicket when he dismissed Rafiqul Islam caught and bowled. Playing against Khulna Division in November 2007, Haque took his 200th first-class wicket when he had Imrul Kayes stumped.Haque returned to the ODI side in 2009 after a gap of three years when he was selected in the squad to face Zimbabwe in three matches and a tri-series with Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe. He was selected in the absence of first-choice veteran spinner Abdur Razzak and because he had a good record against Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe toured Bangladesh in October for five ODIs. In the fourth match of the series, Haque recorded his best bowling figures in ODIs (3/16) and took his 50th wicket in list A cricket when he dismissed Elton Chigumbura caught and bowled. In December, Enamul was one of 13 players to be given a one-year central contract with the BCB. When the Board announced the new list of central contracts in November 2010, Enamul's was not renewed. Having gone four years without taking more than four wickets in an innings, Haque took two five-wicket hauls against Dhaka Metropolis in November 2011, to finish with match figures of 10/77, to help his team to victory. On 21 December 2011, he became the first Bangladeshi bowler to achieve his 300th First-Class wicket against Khulna Division with the bowling figures of 5/95.

The Bangladesh Cricket Board founded the six-team Bangladesh Premier League in 2012, a twenty20 tournament to be held in February that year. An auction was held for teams to buy players, and Haque was bought by the Chittagong Kings for $55,000. He took 13 wickets from 9 matches, and immediately after the tournament was selected in Bangladesh's ODI squad for the 2012 Asia Cup.

List of international cricket centuries by Kumar Sangakkara

Kumar Sangakkara is a retired Sri Lankan cricketer and a former captain of the Sri Lanka national cricket team. He is a left-handed top-order batsman and plays as the wicket-keeper in One Day International (ODI) format of the game. Described by the English cricket writer Peter Roebuck as "among the most polished and prudent of batsmen", Sangakkara has made centuries (100 or more runs in a single innings) on 38 and 25 occasions in Test and ODI matches respectively, as of 24 August 2015. He has at times been top of the International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings for Test batsmen. His awards include ODI Cricketer of the Year, captain of the ICC World XI Test team, and the 2011 ICC People's Choice Award (all at the 2011 ICC Awards), and being named one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 2012.Sangakkara made his Test debut against South Africa in July 2000. He scored his maiden Test century in 2001, against India, and his first double-century during the 2002 Asian Test Championship final against Pakistan. Sangakkara's highest score in Test cricket is 319, which he scored against Bangladesh in 2014. During his innings of 287 against South Africa in 2006, he and Mahela Jayawardene set a new world record of 624 runs for the highest partnership for any wicket in Test or first-class cricket. In the following year, he scored back-to-back double-centuries against Bangladesh, the fifth instance of successive double-centuries in Test cricket. He has scored 200 or more runs in a Test match on eleven occasions, surpassing Brian Lara, who has scored 200 or more runs in a Test match on nine occasions; only Donald Bradman (12 double-centuries) has done so more often. He became the ninth batsman and second Sri Lankan to score centuries against all Test-playing nations in December 2007, when he scored 152 against England. He was appointed captain of the Sri Lanka team in March 2009, following the resignation of Mahela Jayawardene, and the first of his seven Test centuries as captain came against Pakistan in July of the same year. Sangakkara has the second-highest batting average—69.60 per innings—for a captain who scored a minimum of 1,500 runs.He made his ODI debut in July 2000 against Pakistan, and his first century in this format was against the same team during the 2003 Cherry Blossom Sharjah Cup. The start of his ODI career was "fairly ordinary", according to one cricket journalist, as he only scored two centuries in four years. His highest score of 169 was made at the R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, against South Africa, during South African cricket team in Sri Lanka in 2013. Sangakkara's only ODI century as captain was scored against New Zealand in a group stage match in the 2011 ICC World Cup. In the sixth match of the 2011–12 Commonwealth Bank Series, Sangakkara became the fastest Sri Lankan cricketer, and third in all, to reach 10,000 ODI runs. He played 56 Twenty20 International matches (T20Is) between 2006 and 2014; his highest score in the format is 78.

List of international cricket centuries by Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli is an Indian cricketer and the captain of the men's national team as of March 2019. A right-handed top order batsman, he has made 66 centuries in international cricket—25 in Test cricket and 41 in One Day Internationals (ODIs)—as of March 2019, the third-most, behind Sachin Tendulkar (100) and Ricky Ponting (71). In a 2013 interview, former West Indian cricketer Vivian Richards described Kohli as someone whose batting reminds him of himself.Kohli made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in August 2008 and scored his first century the following year when he made 107 against the same team at Eden Gardens, Kolkata. His 86-ball 133 not out against Sri Lanka in February 2012 led India to the second highest run-chase by any team in Australia. Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones described the innings as "one of the greatest ODI knocks of all time". Kohli's highest score of 183 came against Pakistan during the 2012 Asia Cup; India successfully chased a target of 330 set by Pakistan and Kohli was adjudged man of the match. Following that in 2013, he made his first century as a captain while playing against the West Indies in a tri-nation tournament. In the bilateral series against Australia in October 2013, Kohli made two centuries in successful run-chases. The first of the two, 100 not out, was scored off 52 balls and remains the fastest ODI century by an Indian. The next century, which came off 61 balls, remains the third-fastest by an Indian as of March 2019. In ODIs, 25 of his 41 centuries have come in the second innings and India have lost only seven ODIs when he has made a century. As of March 2019, Kohli has the most ODI centuries for an active player and is behind Tendulkar (49) on the all time list.Kohli made his Test debut against the West Indies in 2011 and scored his first century in the format during the Australian tour in January 2012. In the first Test of the 2014–15 Border–Gavaskar Trophy, he became the fourth Indian player to score centuries in both the innings of a Test match after making 115 and 141 respectively. He was appointed as the captain of the Test team during the series and became the first player to score centuries in each of his first three Test innings as captain. In 2016, Kohli became the fifth player to score three or more double centuries in a calendar year. The following year, he repeated the feat by scoring three double centuries, including a career-best 243 against Sri Lanka. As of March 2019, he has the most double centuries (6) by a captain. Fourteen of his twenty five Test centuries have been scored at venues outside India. In 2017, he became the first captain to score ten centuries across all formats of international cricket in a calendar year. Since his debut Twenty20 International (T20I) match in 2010, Kohli is yet to score a century in the format; his highest score of 90 not out was against Australia in 2016.

List of international cricket centuries by Younis Khan

Younis Khan (also spelled as Younus Khan) is a Pakistani cricketer and former captain of the Pakistan national cricket team. He has scored centuries (100 or more runs in a single innings) in Test and One Day International (ODI) matches on thirty-four and seven occasions respectively. He has played 115 Test and 265 ODI matches for Pakistan, scoring 10000+ and 7,249 runs respectively. He was described by the BBC as "a dependable member of the strong Pakistan middle order" and the "most graceful batsman in the side". Former Australian captain Michael Clarke said about him that he was "one of the gentlemen of our game, class player" and "a very good player".Khan scored a century on his Test debut against Sri Lanka at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in 2000, and became the seventh Pakistan player to achieve this feat. His score of 313, against Sri Lanka at the National Stadium, Karachi in 2009, is the third highest total by a Pakistan batsman in Test cricket and the twentieth highest overall. Khan has scored Test centuries at 17 cricket grounds, including 20 at venues outside Pakistan. He scored centuries in both innings of a Test match against Australia in January 2014 becoming seventh Pakistani to achieve the feat. In Test cricket, Khan is the first Pakistani batsman to score centuries against all the Test cricket playing teams. He is most successful against Sri Lanka, making eight Test centuries against them. Khan has made a double century (200 or more runs) on six occasions during Tests while two times got out on 199 and 194 respectively. As of January 2017, he is equal sixth overall among all-time Test century-makers, and top of the equivalent list for Pakistan. In October 2015, Khan became Pakistan's all-time leading run scorer in Test matches, overtaking Javed Miandad's tally of 8,832 runs, while playing against England. He is also the only Pakistani batsman to score over 10,000 Test runs.

Khan made his ODI debut in February 2000 against Sri Lanka at the National Stadium, Khan's first century came against Hong Kong in July 2004 at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo. His score of 144 is his highest set in an ODI match. As of January 2017, he is tenth in the list ODI century-makers for Pakistan, a position he shares with Zaheer Abbas. Khan played 25 Twenty20 International (T20I) matches between 2006 and 2010, and never scored a century in the format. His highest score in T20Is remained 51, against Sri Lanka during the 2007 ICC World Twenty20. He announced his retirement from T20Is after winning the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 for Pakistan. As of January 2017, he is jointly twelfth overall among all-time combined century-makers, and top of the equivalent list for Pakistan.

Nasir Jamshed

Nasir Jamshed (Urdu: ناصر جمشید‎; born 6 December 1989) is a Pakistani former cricketer, who is currently banned for ten years for his involvement in spot-fixing.

Previously, he represented Pakistan national cricket team in One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) matches. He was a left-handed opening batsman. In February 2017, he was suspended and later banned for one year for his part in the 2017 Pakistan Super League spot-fixing scandal. In August 2018, he was banned for a further ten years by an independent anti-corruption tribunal.

Shahadat Hossain

Kazi Shahadat Hossain (Bengali: কাজী শাহাদাত হোসেন) (born 7 August 1986) is a Bangladeshi cricketer. He made his Test debut in 2005 during Bangladesh's first tour of England. When he came onto the international scene he was cited by then coach Dav Whatmore as the fastest bowler in the team. The following year, Hossain made his One Day International (ODI) debut against Kenya. At times Hossain has struggled with conceding too many runs, and for that reason was dropped in 2009. In November 2010, Hossain was a member of the squad that won Bangladesh's first gold in any event at the Asian Games. A broken toe prevented Hossain from playing for Bangladesh in July 2011, but after more than a year since his last Test he returned to the squad in October that year.

Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium

The Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium (SBNCS; Bengali: শের-ই-বাংলা জাতীয় ক্রিকেট স্টেডিয়াম), also called Mirpur Stadium, is a cricket ground in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Located 10 kilometres away from the city centre in Mirpur, the ground holds approximately 25,000 people, and is named for the Bengali statesman A. K. Fazlul Huq, who was accorded the title Sher-e-Bangla ("tiger of Bengal"). The ground was originally constructed for football in the late 1980s, and first hosted matches at the 1987 Asian Club Championship. The venue was taken over by the Bangladesh Cricket Board in 2004, replacing the Bangabandhu National Stadium as the home of both the men's and women's national teams. The stadium has a field dimensions of 186 m X 136 m.

The first international match at the redeveloped ground was held in December 2006, and the stadium has since hosted matches of the 2011 World Cup, 2012 and 2014 Asia Cup, 2016 Asia Cup along with majority of Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) matches. The finals of the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 and Women's World Twenty20 were hosted at the stadium. The stadium hosted its first International T20 on 11 October 2011, Bangladesh vs West Indies.On 17 January 2018 during 2017–18 Bangladesh Tri-Nation Series, it became the sixth and the fastest to host 100 ODIs.

Shozab Raza

Shozab Raza (Urdu: شوزيب رضا) is Pakistani cricket umpire.

Yusuf Pathan

Yusuf Pathan (Gujarati: યુસુફ પઠાણ) (born 17 November 1982) is an Indian cricketer. Pathan made his debut in first-class cricket in 2001/02. He is a powerful and aggressive right-handed batsman and a right-arm offbreak bowler. His younger brother Irfan Pathan is also an Indian cricketer.

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