Jahangir Shah

Jahangir Shah

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Jahangir Shah Badsha (born 19 July 1949 in Kushtia) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer who played in 5 ODI from 1986 to 1990. He is sometimes known on scoresheets by his nickname Badshah.

Shah made his debut in the national side in 1979, and until his retirement in 1990, he was the most reliable all-rounder of the side. He was team's most effective new ball bowler, and as a batsman he contributed in different positions, as a tail ender, as a night watchman and occasionally as an opener as well.

He was one of the players who took part in Bangladesh's first ever official ODI (against Pakistan at Moratuwa in 1986). Though he was out for a duck, he took 2/23 from 9 overs.

Apart from being a successful cricketer, Shah was also a very competent footballer.

ICC Trophy Performances

Bowling style

He wasn't the fastest bowler in the world, but he had the ability to swing the new ball, especially away from the right-handers. Many still regard him as the best swing bowler Bangladesh ever had. Unfortunately, the conditions in Bangladesh, (and Indian subcontinent in general) is not very suitable for swing bowling. Not surprisingly, some of his best bowling efforts came abroad. For example, 4/17...
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