Junaid Siddique

Team Rajshahi Division Cricket team Rajshahi Division Cricket team
Role Batsman
Born Oct 30, 1987
Nationality Bangladesh Bangladesh
Nickname Imrose
Team History
Rajshahi Division Cricket team Rajshahi Division 2003 - present
Sylhet Super Stars 2015 - present
Rangpur Riders 2013

Mohammad Junaid Siddique is a left handed batsman and a right arm offbreak bowler with the Bangladesh cricket team. He has also played cricket for the Bangladesh A and the Rajshahi Division cricket teams.

Junaid started playing first class cricket since 2003. He made his debut in International cricket in a One day international match against New Zealand at Auckland in 2007. Siddique scored 13 runs off 33 balls which included a boundary and was caught by Jason Gillespie off a ball by Mills. New Zealand went on to win the match by 6 wickets with 44 balls remaining.

The following year Siddique made his test debut in a match against New Zealand at Dunedin. After getting caught out by Fleming off a ball by Martin, Siddique managed to score only a run in the first innings. In the second innings, Siddique played an awesome 74 runs in 144 balls which included 12 boundaries and got caught by Fleming off a ball by Martin. New Zealand however, won the match by 9 wickets. Siddique was accompanied by his team mates Tamim Iqbal and Sajidul Islam who were also playing their debut test match. Siddique was a part of the Bangladesh team that played in the 2007 Twenty20 Championships.

In a total of 52 One day International matches, Siddique has scored 1170 runs at a strike rate of 41.22. He also has a total of 942 runs with a high score of 106 runs and a strike rate of 41.22 in the 18 test matches that he has played.

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