Sheikh Tushar Imran
- Bangladesh National Cricket Team 2000 - present
Tushar Imran is a right handed batsman who plays for the Bangladesh national cricket team and Khulna division team.
Tushar Imran played his first One day International on 23rd November 2001 at Chittagong and the opponent was Zimbabwe. He batted at the No. 3 spot and scored 6 runs in 9 balls. Zimbabwe was victorious in this match by 5 wickets with 46 deliveries remaining. Imran’s debut Test match was played from 28th to 31st July 2002 at Colombo against Sri Lanka. In the 1st innings, he was assigned the No. 5 batting position where he scored 8 runs in 29 deliveries. In the 2nd innings, he faced 47 deliveries and hit 28 runs in the same batting position. Sri Lanka won this match by 288 runs.
Tushar Imran participated in 5 Test matches in which he scored 89 runs at a batting strike rate of 33.84 and batting average of 8.90. 28 was his highest score and he hit 12 boundaries and took 1 catch. In the 41 One day Internationals that he played, he scored 574 runs with 65 as his highest score. His batting average was 14.35 and batting strike rate was 59.17. He took 6 catches and hit 1 sixer, 67 fours and 2 half centuries.