Mohammad Shahzaib Hasan Khan is a Pakistani cricketer born in 1989. He plays for Karachi Zebras in the domestic cricket which was his debut in 2008-09 season. He is also a hard hitting opener, maintaining a high strike rate in the shorter format of the game. After a few significant limited over’s performances opening he played for the Karachi Zebras with 250 runs in almost 7 games at a strike rate of 96.11.
Hasan was also one of the two uncapped players in the Pakistan squad for the 2009 ICC World Twenty20. He made his Twenty20 international debut in 2009 against New Zealand, and scored 35 off 28 balls. He also scored 19 runs in the final against Sri Lanka and his team won the 2009 ICC World Twenty20. Irrespective of this entire score, he was not chosen for the Pakistan tour of Sri Lanka followed by the World Cup in any format of the game.
This right hand bat and off break opening batsman made his T20 debut in 2009 against New Zealand team. His major teams include Karachi Zebras. He played in around 4 T20 matches, 24 first class matches, 8 List A matches and almost 14 Twenty20 matches. He is also an entertaining batsman and often been criticized for lack of patience.