Mir Hamza is a young and talented Pakistani cricketer from Karachi who is known because of his fast bowling skills. This is a brief biography dedicated to Pakistan’s rising fast bowler.
He has represented Pakistan in under-19 and also played international matches such as against England, he was also selected by PCB to be part of the national team against Sri Lanka.
Early Life & Education:
He was born on 10th September, 1992 in the metropolitan city of Karachi though his forefathers belong from Quetta, provincial capital of Balochistan.
He completed his early education in Karachi and then enrolled in Karachi University (KU) to complete his graduation.
Start of Professional Cricket:
Mir Hamza started playing cricket when he was a matric student, while talking with AwamiWeb he said that his family allowed him to play cricket but the only condition was that he will also concentrate on his studies.
He joined Pakistan Cricket Club where he played for Karachi Zone 6. His skills attracted attention and he was selected for the under-17 and later under-19 for the district.
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Like any other cricket player he never knew he will be able to climb the stairs of success in short period of time, but his dedication and skills made it a possibility.
His first class debut was against Lahore Shalimar in 2012 when he represented Karachi Whites. His List A debut was against Abbottabad Falcons in the same year.
This is the score chart with stats and records of his bowling performance during the past few years:
|Best Innings Bowling||7/59||4/27||4/28|
|Best Match Bowling||12/137||4/27||4/28|
Also check his batting experience:
He also impressed the audience during his multiple performances in Pakistan Super League (PSL) where he represented his city Karachi & Quetta during different seasons.
Regarding PSL he said it’s a great opportunity to groom players as they get chance to play with international players.
Ek iftari doston k sath… pic.twitter.com/3xnhqrXhrR
— Mir Hamza (@mirhamza_k) June 10, 2018
Whether Mir Hamza will become another fast bowler like Wasim Akram or not time will decide, but till now he has proven himself in ODIs, T20 and Test matches.