Mohammad Saifuddin (Cricketer) Net Worth, Family, Biography and More profile, batting style, bowling style, team played, age, role, ICC ranking, career, stats, records
|Mohammad Saifuddin (Cricketer)
|Bio in short.
|Date of Birth
|1 November 1996
|Feet : 5. 08 Feet
Meter : 1.72 m
Centimeters: 172 cm
|01 - 03 Million
|Zodiac sign / Star sign
|1) Highest wicket-taker for Bangladesh in the Under 19 World Cup.
2) Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League Tournament, he was the leading wicket-taker
|Current relation status
Mohammad Saifuddin born 1 November 1996 is a Bangladeshi cricketer.In December 2015, he was named in Bangladesh's squad for the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.Mohammad Saifuddin is a pace-bowling allrounder whose attitude, mental make-up and early performances have energized many in Bangladesh cricket. Born and brought up in Feni, a small town 176km south-east of Bangladesh's capital Dhaka, Saifuddin's life as a cricketer took off when he was included in Bangladesh's Under-19 side in 2013. He had a useful Under-19 Youth ODI career, taking 45 wickets at 21.75 with one five-wicket haul.
His best performance at the Under-19 World Cup in 2016 grabbed the selectors' attention and guaranteed the people pulling the strings in the Bangladesh Cricket Board took interest in him.
He had already made his five star debut in 2014 although, after the 2016 World Cup, injury inconveniences and being accounted for suspect action during the Dhaka Chief League - the homegrown Rundown A competition - kept him down. He was cleared later in the off-season, and in the 2017 league, took 25 wickets for Abahani Restricted from 16 innings.With the bat in his hand, Saifuddin utilizes the long handle to great impact and he is strong in front of square on one or the other side of the wicket. In the event that he can be more disciplined with the ball, Saifuddin would be a promising possibility for Bangladesh in the long run.
The under-19 World Cup was one stage on which Mohammad Saifuddin announced his arrival with a flurry of wickets. Yet, scarcely any things would have changed when he dons the WC shirt for the senior team in the 2019 WC. A skiddy bowler with a decent yorker, Saifuddin bowled really well in the Ireland tri-series which was Bangladesh's first multi-tournament win in ODIs. With Mashrafe's career in its last lap, Saifuddin should be strong in combination with Mustafizur.
His healthy hitting will be another x-factor that could work for Bangladesh in the midst of hardship. He will generally operate with the new and the old ball, and that is usually where the game is won or lost. A vital pinion to his team, there would be eye-balls on Saifuddin