Khaled Mashud is a right handed batsman and wicketkeeper who played for the Bangladesh Cricket team. The other team he played for is the Rajshahi Division.

Mashud debuted in One day International cricket on 5th April 1995 at Sharjah against India. In this match, he scored 4 runs in 2 deliveries and was leg before wicket to Kumble. India won this match by 9 wickets with 133 deliveries to spare. Mashud played his first Test match on 10th November 2000 at Dhaka against India. In the 1st innings, he scored 32 runs in 121 deliveries and was caught by Das off the bowling of Joshi. In the 2nd innings, he remained unbeaten on 21 in 68 deliveries. India won this match by 9 wickets.

Career Highlights

Role Wicket Keeper
Born 8 Feb 1976
Nationality Bangladesh Bangladesh
Team History
Rajshahi Division Cricket team Rajshahi Division 1997 - 2011
650 bangladesh national cricket team Bangladesh 1995 - 2006

Mashud appeared in 44 Test matches in which he scored 1409 runs at a batting average of 19.04 and strike rate of 34.06. His highest score has been 103 not out and he has hit 1 hundred, 3 fifties, 147 boundaries and 1 sixer. He has taken 78 catches and effected 9 stumpings. He has played in 126 One day Internationals in which he has scored 1818 runs at a batting average of 21.90 and strike rate of 54.84. His highest score has been 71 not out and he has hit 7 half centuries. He has taken 91 catches and completed 35 stumpings.

User Comments

Reply to