Rameez Raja

Rameez Raja

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Rameez Hasan Raja (born 14 August 1962) is a former Pakistani right handed batsman in cricket, who represented the Pakistan cricket team during the 1980s and 1990s. He also worked as captain of the national team. Since retiring from professional cricket, he has become a sports and television commentator.

Personal life and education

Raja was born in Faisalabad in Pakistan and studied at notable Pakistani institutions, Saint Anthony's High School Lahore and Aitchison College, Lahore and holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration. Rameez's brother, Wasim Raja, also played Test cricket for Pakistan and his second brother Zaeem Raja played First-class cricket in Pakistan.


Raja made his First class cricket debut in 1978. He received his opportunity to play in a Test match against England. His performance was unimpressive, as he was dismissed for 1 run in both innings. However, with the retirement of several players in the Pakistan squad and with the help of his years of experience in first class cricket, Raja was able to secure a spot in the national side.

Raja played international cricket for 13 years, appearing in 57 Test matches, with a career average of 31.83 and scoring two centuries. In the One Day International arena, he played 200 matches and scored 9 centuries. He was a member of the national side that reached the semi finals of the 1987 World Cup. He scored 2 centuries in the 1992 World Cup,...
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