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Monday, 9 February 2015

Pakistani Cricketer Younis Khan ODI, t20 and test career records

Pakistani Cricketer Younis Khan ODI, t20 and test career records


Mohammad Younis Khan was born on 29 November 1977. He is a Pakistani cricketer and former Captain of the Pakistan national cricket team. Younis khan is a Pakistani Batsman. His batting style is right handed & bowling style is right arm medium leg break. Younis khan ODI shirt no. is 75.His nickname is Mike. He is only the third Pakistani player to score 300 or more runs in an innings. Like Imran Khan, he is most remembered for his leadership, letting Pakistan win 2009 ICC World Twenty 20. He also holds the most centuries by a Pakistani cricketer in test cricket.

Younis Khan International Career

Younis Khan made his international debut in an ODI against Sri Lanka at Karachi in February 2000. He has since played over 150 ODIs for Pakistan. He has also played in over 90 Test matches. Younis Khan  is a Pakistani cricketer and former captain of the Pakistan national cricket team. He has scored centuries (100 or more runs in a single innings) in Test and One Day International  matches on twenty-eight and six occasions respectively. He has played 96 Test and 258 ODI matches for Pakistan, scoring 8,327 and 7,165 runs respectively.

Younis khan test matches Records

Younis Khan scored a century on his Test debut against Sri Lanka at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in 2000, and became the seventh Pakistan player to achieve this feat. He scored centuries in both innings of a Test match against Australia in January 2014 becoming seventh Pakistani to achieve the feat. In Test cricket, Khan is the first Pakistani batsman to score centuries against all the Test cricket playing nations. Khan has made a double century (200 or more runs) on five occasions during Tests. As of 2014, he is thirteenth overall among all-time Test century-makers, and top of the equivalent list for Pakistan. Khan played 25 Twenty20 International matches between 2006 and 2010, and never scored a century in the format. His highest score in T20Is remained 51, against Sri Lanka during the 2007 ICC World Twenty20.

Younis Khan Retirement T20s

Younis Khan announced his retirement from T20Is after winning 2009 ICC World Twenty20 for Pakistan. As of 2014, he is twenty-sixth overall among all-time combined century-makers. It was his return to the side in October 2004, at the pivotal one-down, against Sri Lanka in Karachi that laid the groundwork for his emergence as a force in Pakistan cricket. Younis was the top run-getter in the disastrous 3–0 whitewash in Australia immediately after and on the tour of India, for which he was elevated to vice-captain.

Younis khan Come back

After a horror start to the series, he came back strongly, capping things off with 267 in the final Test. It was his highest Test score that came off 504 balls in the first innings, to set up a series leveling victory in Bangalore. Once, Craig McMillan hit Younis for 26 runs, 4 4 4 4 6 4 in an over, a then world record, during 3rd Test at Westpac Trust Park, Hamilton. He has performed particularly well on foreign grounds, including on tours of Australia, India, England and Sri Lanka. In 2005, he was one of the 15 nominees for the ICC Test Player of the Year. He is the second fastest Pakistani in terms of innings to reach 4000 Test runs, behind Javed Miandad.

Younis Khan Resignation from captaincy

 Younis Khan topped the ICC's Test Batting Rankings in February 2009 after an acclaimed innings of 313 in his first test as captain, in the process of helping save the match for Pakistan. Khan resigned as captain on 13 October 2009 due to a parliamentary investigation into match fixing that was alleged to have taken place during his reign. Despite being cleared in the investigation, Khan said "Yes I have submitted my resignation because I am disgusted by these match-fixing allegations made against me and the team. Younis's career after he gave up the captaincy continued on a downwards spiral as he was banned on 10 March 2010. The Pakistan Cricket Board announced that Younis Khan had been banned indefinitely for "infighting which brought down the whole team during the tour of Australia in January". His ban was however overturned three months later in June 2010 at England. This put the Pakistan Cricket Board under pressure to restore Younis to the game. Around the same time, Pakistani batsman and Test Captain Salman Butt was suspended on charges of being involved in spot-fixing.

Younis Khan replacement Misbah ul haq

Despite being the first-choice for captaincy, the selecting panel Mohsin Khan announced that Misbah-ul-Haq was recalled and made captain. On 31 August 2010, the Daily Telegraph in its news article mentioned that Younis Khan was associated with alleged match-fixer Mazhar Majeed. Younis threatened to sue the Daily Telegraph over the fact that they posted false information about Younis. The Daily Telegraph admitted that they incorrectly reported that Younis Khan was affiliated with Mazhar Majeed. Younis then confirmed a statement by Pakistan captain Rashid Latif that he had not apologised to the PCB for his actions. As he believed he had committed nothing wrong. He also stated that the PCB chairman Ijaz Butt did not ask Younis to apologize either.

Again Younis Khan Retirement T20s

Younis played in the two-match test series against New Zealand and Younis scored 23 in the first innings and was not required to bat in the second innings as Pakistan sealed a 10-wicket victory. During the first innings of the second test match Younis was given caught incorrectly at short-leg when on 73. Pakistan captain Younis Khan announced his retirement from Twenty 20 cricket after leading his team to the ICC World Twenty20 by beating Sri Lanka at Lord's. Sri Lanka suffered an 8 wicket thrashing. Younis Khan said.
This is my last Twenty20 game for Pakistan. So, I am retiring from T20 internationals," Younis said, "I am now 31 years. I am old for this kind of cricket." No immediate announcement was made as to the identity of his successor as 20-over captain. On 29 July 2009, it was confirmed that Shahid Afridi Captain. He also announced that he was no longer in the race for the captaincy after announcing his comeback to Twenty20 cricket Younis was selected for the three match Twenty20 series against New Zealand in December 2010.

Younis Khan Best Batting Dailymotion 



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