Friday, 23 March 2012

Naveed Latif Biography of Cricket Player

This blog is about Naveed Latif 

Naved Latif (born February 21, 1976 in Punjab) is a Pakistani cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler. He has played in one Test match, against the West Indies in January/February 2002. During 2004/05 he started playing Twenty20 cricket. He made a few appearances in the South Nottinghamshire League in Division 1 for Plumtree CC, before signing for Lahore Badshahs in the Indian Cricket League in early 2008.

Latif made his ODI debut match against Zimbabwe in 2001. He later, made an outstanding century of 113 against Sri Lanka in his 2nd ODI match. His last appearance in ODI cricket was in 2003 against South Africa.
Playing for Sarghoda against Gujranwala in the 2000/01 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Latif scored 394 in the second innings. This was the highest first-class score made in Pakistan since Aftab Baloch's 428 at Karachi in 1973/74.
Personal information
Batting style     Right-hand bat
Bowling style     Right-arm medium
Career statistics
Competition     Tests     ODIs
Matches     1     11
Runs scored     20     262
Batting average     10.00     23.81
100s/50s     -/-     1/-
Top score     20     113
Balls bowled     -     48
Wickets     -     -
Bowling average     -     -
5 wickets in innings     -     -
10 wickets in match     -     n/a
Best bowling     -     -
Catches/stumpings     -/-     2/-


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