Umar Amin

Country: Pakistan
Born: October 16, 1989, Rawalpindi, Punjab
Batting Style: Left hand Bat
Bowling Style: Right arm Medium
Playing role: Top order Batter

Umar Amin Bio

Umar Amin, hailing from Rawalpindi, Pakistan, has been making waves in the world of cricket since his debut in 2007. A talented left-handed batsman, Amin has consistently been touted as one of the brightest prospects for the future of Pakistan’s middle order, even though he often prefers to open the innings.

From a young age, Amin displayed immense potential, catching the attention of coaches Sabih Azhar and Mansoor Rana during his time in Rawalpindi’s junior ranks. Under their guidance, he honed his skills and developed a methodical and efficient playing style that prioritizes function over grace and style. It became clear early on that Amin’s approach was effective and had the potential to become even more formidable in the future.

Amin’s first-class debut in November 2007 only served to increase the already high expectations surrounding him. Facing a strong Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) attack, he displayed remarkable patience and scored an impressive 89. This performance only added fuel to the fire of excitement surrounding his career. As he progressed through various levels and venues, including U19 and A tours, Amin consistently delivered remarkable performances, further solidifying his reputation as a rising star.

In recognition of his impressive domestic performances, Amin earned a call-up to Pakistan’s ODI side for the 2010 Asia Cup. However, some critics questioned the suitability of the format for his skill set. Nevertheless, Amin proved his doubters wrong when he made his Test debut in the prestigious Lord’s Test soon after. This opportunity at the international level seemed like a fitting reward for his hard work and talent.

While Amin’s initial stint at the international level was short-lived, with only a handful of Tests and ODIs, he did not let this setback dampen his determination. Returning to the domestic circuit, he continued to perform exceptionally well. In the 2012-2013 President’s Trophy, Amin emerged as the top scorer and achieved a remarkable feat by hitting a colossal 281 against Habib Bank Ltd.

His outstanding performances did not go unnoticed, and he was once again called up to represent Pakistan in the 2013 Champions Trophy held in England. This second chance at the international stage allowed Amin to demonstrate his skills on a global platform, further solidifying his position as a force to be reckoned with in cricket.

As Umar Amin’s career progresses, cricket enthusiasts and experts eagerly await his further contributions to the sport. With his methodical approach and unwavering determination, it is expected that he will continue to surprise and impress cricket fans around the world. As he strives to fulfill his potential and cement his place in the history of Pakistani cricket, Umar Amin remains a name to watch out for.

Umar Amin Career Stats

Umar Amin Batting Stats

Batting Matches Innings Nos Runs High Score Ave BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 4 8 0 99 33 12.37 198 50 0 0 13 0 1 0
T20Is 14 9 0 142 47 15.77 123 115.44 0 0 15 4 4 0
ODIs 16 16 1 271 59 18.06 392 69.13 0 1 28 2 6 0
FC 175 296 17 11545 281 41.37 20618 55.99 31 56 1493 53 139 0
List A 172 170 17 6112 156 39.94 - - 14 30 625 78 76 0
T20s 149 139 21 3403 82* 28.83 2805 121.31 0 23 347 88 54 0

Umar Amin Bowling Stats

Bowling Matches Innings Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10w
Tests 4 5 132 63 3 1/7 2/19 21 2.86 44 0 0 0
T20Is 14 - - - - - - - - - - - -
ODIs 16 3 42 24 0 - - - 3.42 - 0 0 0
FC 175 122 3660 1752 50 3/32 5/67 35.04 2.87 73.2 0 0 0
List A 172 47 1085 970 24 3/31 3/31 40.41 5.36 45.2 0 0 0
T20s 149 26 414 516 18 3/14 3/14 28.66 7.47 23 0 0 0

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