Moin Khan

Born Sep 23, 1971
Nationality Pakistan Pakistan
Team History
Lahore Badshahs Lahore Badshahs 1986 - 2005

Moin Khan is the coach of Lahore Badshahs in the ICL. In his playing days, he was the wicketkeeper and right handed batsman in the Pakistan national cricket team, Pakistan International Airlines and Karachi team.

The last first class match played by Moin Khan was from 27th to 29th November 2005 at Hyderabad (Sind) (Niaz Stadium) between Karachi Harbor and Hyderabad (Pakistan). Khan was a member of Karachi Harbor. In the 1st innings, he took 2 catches. He was the No. 7 batsman and remained unbeaten on 200. In the 2nd innings, he took 1 catch. Karachi Harbour won this match by an innings and 205 runs.

Moin was famous for his combative skills. While he was behind the stumps, one could always hear “shabash” and “well bowled.” During his career, he faced competition from Rashid Latif for the position of wicketkeeper. Latif proved to be a better keeper, but Khan was a better batsman.

Career Highlights

Moin Khan played in 206 first class matches in which he accrued 8189 runs with 200 not out as his highest score. His batting average was 30.67. He clobbered 40 half centuries and 14 centuries. He took 495 catches and stumped 58 times. 2 dismissals were made by him in the 60 balls that he bowled while conceding 81 runs. His bowling average was 40.50 and bowling strike rate was 30.

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