Full name: Haider Ali
Birthday: October 2, 2000
Current age: 19 years
Batting style: Right-hand bat
The 19-year-old has been a revelation in his first PSL match. After 8 games in the opposition, Haider is one of the most remarkable run-scorers in the match with an average of 34, yet it is his strike-pace of 161.90 that sticks out. His 27-ball 47 spared his side from shame against Multan Sultans while his quick 69 from number five against Lahore Qalandars was one of the thumps of the competition up until this point.
With the T20 World Cup fastest surrounding and Pakistan coming up short on the sort of capability. That Haider has so clearly, it doesn't appear at all strange that Haider could compel his way into Pakistan's series for the match in coming future.
Malik Haider Ali was born on October 2, 2000. He is a Pakistani cricketer, famous as a fast batsman. His family and education information is still under review. Haider made his top of the line debut in September 2019. Haider was also a part of the Pakistan side that arrived at the semi-finals of the current year's U19 World Cup, enrolling 50 years in a semi-last defeat to India.
On December 10 2018, Haider made his T20 introduction for Rawalpindi in the 2018–19 National T20 Cup. In September 2019, Ali was named in Northern's team for the 2019–20 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy competition. He made his five-star debut for Northern in the 2019–20 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy on September 14 2019.
Haider Ali was drafted by the Pakistan Super League (PSL) establishment group Peshawar Zalmi as their Supplementary classification Player during the 2020 PSL draft in December 2019. Haider turned into the most youthful cricketer to score a fifty in the PSL on March 10 2020.
Haider was named in Pakistan's team for the 2019 ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup in Bangladesh in November 2019. Haider made his List A cricket debut for Pakistan, against Afghanistan, in the Emerging Teams Cup on November 14 2019. In December 2019, Ali was named as the bad habit skipper of Pakistan's team for the 2020 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
In May 2020, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) granted him with a focal agreement, in a recently made Emerging Players' classification, in front of the 2020–21 season.
Haider was named in a 29-man squad for Pakistan's tour to England during the COVID-19 pandemic in June 2020. However, Haider Ali was one of three players from Pakistan's squad to test positive for COVID-19 on June 22 2020. Although Haider had shown no previous symptoms of the virus, he was advised to go into a period of self-isolation.
Haider Ali Net Worth: Under Review
Birth Place: Attock
Current Residence: Attock
Famous For: He is famous as a fast batsman.
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