Shahriar Nafees

Shahriar Nafees

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Shahriar Nafees Ahmed () (born 25 January 1986 in Dhaka) is a Bangladeshi Cricketer.

Career Story

Nafees, a left-handed opening batsman, first played in the national team in Bangladesh's maiden English Tour (2005). Nafees scored his maiden first-class century, as well as his first in Tests, at Fatullah in April 2006 against Australia. He scored his maiden one-day hundred against Zimbabwe in August 2006. Nafees was appointed vice-captain for the Champions Trophy in India in October 2006 with the view of grooming a successor for Habibul Bashar. The tournament was a successful one for him as he scored his second ODI century, again Zimbabwe were his opponents. He scored his third century against Zimbabwe again in November. Finished 2006 with over 1000 ODI runs, becoming the first Bangladeshi pass that milestone in a calendar year. However in June 2008 Nafees joined the unauthorised Indian Cricket League and was given a ten-year ban by the Bangladesh Cricket Board however he severed his ties with the league in September 2009 and was therefore available for national selection he made his return in an ODI series against New Zealand in October 2010 in which he scored 35 as Bangladesh won that match and 73 in the next match as Bangladesh once again took a seven-wicket victory. Despite his good performance Nafees was originally selected on the grounds that Tamim Iqbal was injured and eventually he had to make way for him in the series against Zimbabwe and he was placed on standby in...
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