Azhar Ali is a 30 year old right handed batsman who plays for Pakistan. He is a talented player who has worked hard to make his position in the international cricket squad making his way up the domestic cricket in Pakistan since 2006. He started to play regularly for Khan Research Laboratories and was able to make a two hundreds and two fifties in the five matches of the tournaments. He is playing at an average of 40 plus with 11 hundreds.
Azhar plays with the technique of getting behind the line of each ball. He was able to make five-hour 70s against an attack that included Doug Bolinger, Clint McKay and Jason Krejza. This performance brought him under the focus of the senior team. His test debut in 2009-10 seasons while playing the middle order at Lord’s against Australia further built upon his reputation as a potential player. His fans can follow him on his twitter account, twitter.com/AzharAli_, and get the latest details about the career of this wonderful player.
Azhar Ali’s first 10 months in the international cricket spoke of his prowess at batting. He was able to make his first test fifty under difficult batting conditions at Headingly in a fourth innings run chase of 180 absent Australia. He has recently been made the ODI captain of the Pakistan international cricket squad on 30th March, 2015. A position befitting his performance and talent.