Aftab Habib, a professional English cricketer was born on 7th February 1972 in Reading, Berkshire. He has also played a couple of tests for the England national team. Other teams he has been a part of include Berkshire, Canterbury, Essex, Leicestershire and Middlesex. He played as a right handed batsman and has also been the coach of the national team of Hong Kong.
Habib made his first-class debut for Middlesex in 1992. In a hundred and fifty nine first class matches, he scored 8873 runs at a wonderful batting average of 41.85. With a top score of 215, he also made 21 centuries and 46 half centuries in these matches. In a hundred and sixty eight matches, he scored 3212 runs at an average of 26.32. Including a highest score of 111, he scored one century and fourteen half centuries in these matches. He also played a couple of T20 matches for Essex in which he scored 26 runs.
He made his international test debut against New Zealand in 1999. In the two Test matches, he played for England, Habib was able to score only 26 runs.
=== Career Highlights ===
Aftab Habib scored a double century for Leicestershire in a match played against Worcestershire.