Fawad Alam is a left handed batsman and a left arm slow orthodox bowler with the Pakistani Cricket team. He has played with the Karachi Cricket Association Under-19s, National Bank of Pakistan, Karachi Dolphins and the Pakistan Customs cricket teams.

Fawad started playing first class cricket since 2002. He made his debut in International cricket in a One day International match against Sri Lanka at Abu Dhabi in 2007. Alam was dismissed for a golden duck by Fernando who caught and bowled him. Sri Lanka won the match by 115 runs. Alam was accompanied by Najaf Shah who was also debuting for the Pakistani team.

He was also a part of the Under 19 World Cup Pakistan team that won the Championship. In 2006, Alam helped the Karachi Dolphins to reach the finals of the Twenty20 Cup by scoring 54 runs and claiming 5 wickets. Alam was also a part of the first Twenty20 World Championship Pakistan team in 2008.

Team 648 pakistan national cricket team Pakistan National Cricket Team
Role Batsman
Born 8 Oct 1985
Nationality Pakistan Pakistan
Team History
648 pakistan national cricket team Pakistan 2021 - present
Karachi Dolphins Karachi Dolphins 2003 - present
National Bank of Pakistan cricket team Bank of Pakistan 2006 - present
Karachi Blues 2016 - present
Karachi Kings 2016
648 pakistan national cricket team Pakistan 2007 - 2015
Duronto Rajshahi Duronto Rajshahi 2012 - 2013
Sind Dolphins 2008 - 2009
Karachi Harbour cricket team 2006 - 2007
Pakistan Customs Cricket team Pakistan Customs 2003 - 2006

In a total of 27 One day International matches, Alam has scored 603 runs with a high score of 64 not out and has claimed 4 wickets at an economy of 5.50 runs per over.

Career Highlights

Fawad was awarded the Best Batsman, Best Bowler, Man of the finals and the Man of the Series award in 2006.

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