Star batsman Shoaib Malik returns to Pakistan’s national team today with an unbeaten half-century after World Cup 2019. Shoaib Malik managed 58 runs off 45 balls against Bangladesh in the T20 match at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore. Here we take a look at his career as he is the only dynamic player of the last century, always managing to make his mark in international cricket. Shoaib Malik’s early life and career Shoaib Malik was born in Sialkot, a city in Punjab’s largest province.
He initially played tape ball cricket in the street in childhood. Later, in 1993/94, he started playing cricket seriously when he attended Imran Khan’s coaching clinic in Sialkot. At the age of 17, Shoaib was an off-break spinner against the West Indies in October 1999 and got 2 wickets in his first game. But over time, betting gained prominence and for the first time, they were promoted to No. 4 in the batting order.
Shoaib Malik scored a century against the West Indies in Sharjah. Shoaib Malik sealed victory in T20 Shoaib Malik scored the best against India. At an Asia Cup game in Colombo, Sri Lanka in 2004 and scored an impressive 128 innings, where he competed in the Indian Bowling Attack gym in the 2009 Champions Trophy in Sanchin.
The average rate of one-day carriers in the country was 50% against that of India. Test carrier Shoaib Malik is always expected to perform in Test matches. But the International Test could not deliver out-of-class performances in cricket. He debuted in 2001. His biggest moment as a Test player was 148 * in 369 balls against Sri Lanka in 2006. He led Pakistan to the inaugural T20 World Cup in 2007 and was a key member of the T20 World Cup victory in England in 2009. After the Champions Trophy in 2013, he was in favor of ODIs for a period of 2 years. He plays in the PSL for the Karachi Kings and has also played in the BBL and CPL for Hobart Hurricane and Barbados Triads, respectively.
The last world cup Shoaib Malik confirmed that the 2019 World Cup will be his last world event in 50 overs format. He represented Pakistan only once in the World Cup and was disastrous in 2007. In the opening match against India, he scored 62 off 54 balls.
Shoaib Malik has been in Pakistan for 21 years, he has represented Pakistan in international cricket and since last century he is the only dynamic batsman in the world, all his teammates have retired. The marriage of Shoaib and Sania Mirza Shoaib Malik married Indian tennis player Sania Mirza. The wedding ceremony was held in the traditional Taj Krishna Hotel, Hyderabad, followed by their wedding ceremony on 12 April 2010 in Sialkot.