Ajmal Shahzad

Ajmal Shahzad

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Ajmal Shahzad (born 27 July 1985) is an English cricketer who plays for Yorkshire County Cricket Club. A right-handed batsman and right-arm fast-medium bowler, he made his international debut in a Twenty20 International for England in February 2010. He later made his ODI debut before becoming the 650th player to play Test cricket for England, making his debut against Bangladesh.


Shahzad was born in a family of Pakistan background; his father migrated from Gujar Khan, Punjab. His father was an accountant by profession who himself represented Idle and played in Pakistan's Quaid-i-Azam Trophy. Shahzad grew up in Bradford and attended Bradford Grammar School and later Woodhouse Grove School; he lived close to the house of fellow cricketer Adil Rashid. He studied four months of pharmacy at Bradford University before eventually opting to move to Leeds Metropolitan and instead doing sports science to enhance his career in cricket.

Domestic career

In 2004, he became the first Yorkshire-born player of Asian extraction to play for Yorkshire.

In his only first-class appearance in 2006, he failed to take a wicket, and scored just two runs. He enjoyed more success in the shorter formats of the game, claiming five wickets and 18 runs in four List A matches for his native county, and in...
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