Adil Rashid

Team England Cricket Team England Cricket Team
Role Bowler
Born Feb 17, 1988
Nationality England England
Team History
Dhaka Dynamites 2017 - present
England Cricket Team England 2019 - present
T10 League 2017
Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Strikers 2015 - 2016
South Australia cricket team 2011
Marylebone Cricket Club Marylebone 2007 - 2009
England national women's cricket team England national women's 2009 - 0
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**Adil Rashid **is an English cricketer. He is an all rounder who plays for Yorkshire and England. Previously, Rashid also played for Under-19s team of England.

Although Adil Rashid is an all rounder, but it was his bowling that first caught the attention. Rashid is a product of Terry Jenner’s coaching programme meant for wrist spinners. His outstanding performance grabbed a lot of attention in an Under-19 match against India when he scored a century and took eight wickets.

Rashid’s first class records speak of his brilliance. In sixty first-class matches, he has scored 2493 runs at an average of 37.20. With a highest score of 157, Rashid has four centuries and sixteen half-centuries into his account. In these matches, he has taken 192 wickets at an average of 34.09. His best bowling figures in an Inning is 7 wickets for 107 runs. In List A matches, Rashid has scored 322 runs in 46 matches with an average of 14.63 with a top score of 41. While bowling, he has taken 33 wickets at an average of 41.51.

In his international career, Rashid has played only five ODIs till date. In these matches, he has scored 60 runs at an average of 20.00 with a top score of 31*. While bowling, he has taken 3 wickets at an average of 63.66. In T20Is, he had only scored 10 runs in five matches so far. His bowling stats in these matches are also not very exceptional with just 3 wickets in five matches.

Career highlights

Adil Rashid was named Young Cricketer of the Year by Cricket Writers’ Club in 2007.

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