Shakib Al Hasan Biography, Born, Age, Height, Facts, Family, News, Secrets, Trivia, Updates,

  • Name: Shakib Al Hasan
  • Status: Current Captain of T 20 International and Tests Team respectively appointed on April 2017 and 10  December 2017.
  • Date of Birth: Born on 24 March 1987 aged at Magura Khulna Bangladesh.
  • Current Age: 31 Years
  • Current Teams: Bangladesh, Adelaide Strikers, Bangladesh A, Bangladesh Cricket Board XI, Barbados Tridents, Dhaka Gladiators, Jamaica Tallawahs, Khulna Division, Kolkata Knight Riders, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Worcestershire
  • Playing Role: All-Rounder
  • Batting Style: Left-Hand Bat
  • Bowling Style: Slow Left-Arm Orthodox


Shakib Al Hasan is considered as one of Bangladesh’s finest players since they were granted Test status in 2000, and joined the MCC World Cricket advisory group in 2017, turning into the primary part to hail from the nation. He has captained his worldwide side in every one of the three formats of the game. Considered as the best cricketer to have at any point played for Bangladesh.

Best All-Rounder

Shakib is recognized as the best all-rounder on the planet with the most elevated current rankings in all series of the play. In 2015, Shakib turned into the first and final cricketer in history to be positioned the No.1 all-rounder by ICC in its Player Rankings in every one of the three formats of the game e.gTest, Twenty20 and One Day Internationals.

Partnership Record with Mahamadullah

On 13 January 2017, he enlisted the most noteworthy individual score (217) by a Bangladeshi batsman in Tests.On the last match of Group Stage of ICC Champions Trophy, 2017, Shakib alongside Mahamadullah had a record ODI partnership remain of 224 from 209 balls.This is the best partnership record for any wicket for a Bangladeshi combine in ODIs and a moment best in Champions Trophy. His exceptional cricket responsibilities made him a national legend in Bangladesh and a representative of cricket around the world.

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For What Shakib Al Hasan is Legend of Bangladesh?

Shakib holds various records in both domestic and international matches. Starting at 2016, he has played more than 250 matches and scored in excess of 8000 runs incorporating 9 centuries in ODIs, Tests and T20 internationals, second most for a Bangladeshi cricketer. In July 2015, he got his 200th ODI wicket. With this accomplishment, Shakib turned into the seventh individual from the first elite club with no less than 4,000 runs and 200 wickets. Right now he is the main wicket-taker for Bangladesh in ODIs. He is likewise one of just three players to score a century and take 10 wickets in a similar Test match. His accomplishments on the pitch presented to him various honors, world, and Asian XI call-ups, Wisden acknowledgment and set up him as a national icon. On 28 August 2017, Shakib turned out to be just the fourth bowler in Test cricket to get a five-for against all other nine Test-playing countries and, after two days, secured his second ten-wicket pull and second progressive five-for to convey Bangladesh’s maiden Test win upon Australia. On 15 October 2017, in his 178th ODI, Shakib turned into the faster batsman to score 5000 runs and take 200 wickets in ODIs.

2017 Performance

He started the year 2017 by making Bangladesh’s highest Test score, 217 against New Zealand in New Zealand. In spite of the fact that that match finished in defeat, his next extraordinary Test performance, a first innings 116 and six wickets in the match against Sri Lanka, realized Bangladesh’s first historically speaking  Test win against a full-quality, top-strength, top-eight opposition. By the year’s end, he’d additionally scalped Australia, top-scoring for his nation with 84 in the primary innings and taking 10-153 to seal another famous victory, getting to be in the process only the fourth bowler to take five-for against all other Test countries.

And after that, there was this. With Bangladesh 33-4 chasing New Zealand’s 266, and Tim Southee and Trent Boult extricating development noticeable all around and off the pitch, their expectations of a first-ever semi-final the last appearance at a worldwide tournament was everything except gone, before Shakib, in partnership with Mahmudullah, first withstood the barrage, Shakib scored only 10 keeps running from his initial 24 balls and after that took the game from the Kiwis. When he was expelled, Bangladesh required only nine scores to win, and he and Mahmudullah had broken the record for Bangladesh’s most noteworthy ODI partnership.

 Early Career

Shakib Al Hasan is no doubt the greatest name to have risen up out of Bangladesh cricket circles. Being a real all-rounder, Shakib is a key player in Bangladesh’s line-up. He has been a reliable performer for his nation, throughout the years. Shakib first came into seeing when he played cricket for a few towns close to the place where he grew up in Magura. He invested energy sharpening his skills at an administration run sports office and was picked for the Under-19 squad for the tri-series highlighting England and Sri Lanka. He scored an 86-ball century and grabbed three wickets in the last to enable the team to overcome Sri Lanka. This earned him determination for the series against Zimbabwe.

1st One Day International

He started his first ODI ton against Canada in the tri-series played in the West Indies, just before the 2007 World Cup. He scored a made fifty and rocked the bowling alley 10 tight overs for 44 runs without a wicket as Bangladesh secured a major win upon India. His steady performance improved his popularity. His real success forward came in the Test against New Zealand in Chittagong in 2008. He grabbed 7/36, which till date is the best figures by a Bangladeshi bowler.

1st Position in ICC Ranking

Shakib was positioned No. 1 among the all-rounders by the ICC on account of his consistency. He assumed control over the captaincy from Mohammad Ashraful and lead the team from the front. He grabbed five wickets and went ahead to score an unbeaten 96 in the second Test in Grenada against a West Indies side. Bangladesh, in the end, won the Test series 3-0.

He took 35 wickets in a single season, including his best figures of 7/32 against Middlesex to enable the County to get elevated to Division 1 of the title. Along, he was the main wicket-taker and run-scorer when Bangladesh accomplished a whitewash over New Zealand in 2010. Shakib was sacked as captain before the tour through West Indies in 2011. In any case, he once more demonstrated his value as he was Bangladesh’s leading wicket-taker in both the ODI and Test series in the West Indies. His rocking the bowling alley was moved down by 168 runs he scored in two Tests. He scored 79 from two innings in the ODIs. Bangladesh lost both series. Later in the year, Shakib was Bangladesh’s best run-scorer and wicket-taker in the home Test series against Pakistan in December 2011.

“Icon Player” in Bangladesh Premier League

In the second Test of the series, he turned into Bangladesh’s first player to score a century and take five wickets in an innings. After the series, he was positioned No. 1 in the ICC’s positioning of Test all-rounders. The Bangladesh Cricket Board launched Bangladesh Premier League in 2012, a T 20 competition to be held in February that year. The BCB made Shakib the ‘Icon Player’ for Khulna Royal Bengals. Under his captaincy, Shakib’s team advanced to the semi-finals of the opposition, where they were beaten by Dhaka Gladiators. In 10 matches, he scored 280 runs and took 15 wickets, and he was his group’s driving wicket-taker and later he was named Man of the Tournament.

Asia Cup 2012 Performance

In the 2012 Asia Cup, Shakib scored 237 runs, including three fifties and furthermore took six wickets. Bangladesh advanced to the last of the competition for the first time in the history, where they lost to Pakistan by two runs. Shakib’s performance earned him the Player of the Tournament honor and he recovered the No.1 ODI all-rounder spot from Australia’s Shane Watson. Soon thereafter in the 2012 version of the IPL, Shakib played in eight of Kolkata’s 18 matches and won two Man of the Match grants as the team won the IPL for the first time.

Fastest All-Rounder

Amid the home series against West Indies in 2012, Shakib turned into the second Bangladeshi player to take 100 Test wickets, making him the main wicket-taker in Tests for Bangladesh. He additionally accomplished the accomplishment of turning into the faster all-rounder to take 100 wickets and score 1,000 runs. He accomplished the point of reference in only 28 matches. Notwithstanding, he was ruled out of the ODI and T20 series because of shin damage.

Amid the series against Sri Lanka in February 2014, he was penalized by the BCB for making an unseemly sign on live TV amid the second ODI against Sri Lanka. He was likewise fined 300,000 Takas (3800 USD) and was suspended for the following three matches, which included the initial two matches of the 2014 Asia Cup. He was their best bowler in the World T20 2014 and furthermore scored a fine 66 against Australia.

World Cup 2015 Performance

Post the victorious World Cup battle in 2015, Bangladesh proceeded with their great shape in the 50-over match. The predictable Shakib played a tremendous factor in his team 3 times of ODI winning series against Pakistan, India and South Africa, all at home. Excepting his unbeaten 50 against Pakistan, Shakib didn’t have an awesome WT20 held in India in 2016 and that didn’t help his team motivation as they neglected to enroll a single win the Super 10 stage. He terms the one-run overcome against India in Bengaluru and the 2012 Asia Cup last misfortune as two of his significant cricket laments he might want to erase that.


This all-rounder originates from Magura of Khulna. Her youth is going to her own town. What’s more, he was love to live there. After finished the childhood he comes to Dhaka and admits to BKSP. On this school, the all-rounder turns out to be increasingly an aggressive player. He started his education career at BKSP School and college. After that, he completed his BBA degree from American international university of Bangladesh.


Awards Given to Shakib al-Hasan

In Test Matches

  • 1st Test – Sri Lanka in Bangladesh Test Series (2008/9)
  • (Won by 107 runs by Sri Lanka)
  • 2nd Test— Bangladesh in West Indies Test Series (2009)
  • (Bangladesh won by 4 wickets)
  • 2nd Test – England in Bangladesh Test Series (2009/10)
  • (England won by 9 wickets)
  • 2nd Test – Pakistan in Bangladesh Test Series (2011/12)
  • (Pakistan won by 7 wickets)
  • 2nd Test – Zimbabwe in Bangladesh Test Series (2014/15)
  • (Bangladesh won by 162 runs)
  • 1st Test – Australia in Bangladesh Test Series (2017)
  • (Bangladesh won by 20 runs)

In One Day International Matches

  • Against Scotland at ZAC Stadium, Chittagong (2006)
  • (Bangladesh won by 6 wickets)
  • Against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club, Harare (2007)
  • (Bangladesh won by 45 runs)
  • Against Pakistan at Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan (2008)
  • (Pakistan won by 7 wickets)
  • Against Sri Lanka at Shere Bangla Stadium, Mirpur (2009)
  • (Bangladesh won by 5 wickets)
  • Against West Indies at Windsor Park, Roseau (2009)
  • (Bangladesh won by 3 wickets)
  • Against Zimbabwe Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo (2009)
  • (Bangladesh won by 49 runs)
  • Against New Zealand at Shere Bangla Stadium, Mirpur (2010)
  • (Bangladesh won by 9 runs)
  • Against Zimbabwe at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo (2011)
  • (Bangladesh won by 93 runs)
  • Against West Indies at ZAC Stadium, Chittagong (2011)
  • (Bangladesh won by 8 wickets)
  • Against India at Shere Bangla Stadium, Mirpur (2012)
  • (Bangladesh won by 5 wickets)
  • Against Sri Lanka at Shere Bangla Stadium, Mirpur (2012)
  • (Bangladesh won by 5 wickets)
  • Against Zimbabwe at ZAC Stadium, Chittagong (2014)
  • (Bangladesh won by 87 runs)
  • Against Afghanistan at Shere Bangla Stadium, Mirpur (2016)
  • (Bangladesh won by 7 runs)
  • Against New Zealand at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff (2017)
  • (Bangladesh won by 5 wickets)
  • Against Zimbabwe at Shere Bangla Stadium, Mirpur (2018)
  • (Bangladesh won by 8 wickets)
  • Against Sri Lanka at Shere Bangla Stadium, Mirpur (2018)
  • (Bangladesh won by 163 runs)

In T20 International Matches

  • Against Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe (2013)
  • (Bangladesh won by 34 runs)
  • Against Afghanistan in ICC World Twenty20 (2014)
  • (Bangladesh won by 9 wickets)
  • Against Sri Lanka in Bangladesh (2017)
  • (Bangladesh won by 45 runs)

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