Full name Ehsanul Haque
Born December 1, 1979, Chittagong
Current age 37 years 113 days
Major teams Bangladesh, Chittagong Division
Also known as Seezan
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
|Only Test||Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (PSS), Jul 21-23, 2002 scorecard|
|ODI debut||Bangladesh v West Indies at Dhaka, Dec 2, 2002 scorecard|
|Last ODI||South Africa v Bangladesh at Bloemfontein, Feb 22, 2003 scorecard|
|Last First-class||Chittagong Division v Sylhet Division at Fatullah, Jan 4-7, 2008 scorecard|
|List A debut||1998/99|
|Last List A||Kalabagan Cricket Academy v Old DOHS Sports Club at Fatullah, Nov 15, 2014 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|10, 2/11||BCB Green||v BCB Red||Dhaka||26 Mar 2016||Other T20|
|31||Mushtaque XI||v Jewel XI||Dhaka||16 Dec 2015||Other T20|
|2c/1s, 8||Old DOHS||v Kalabagan CA||Fatullah||15 Nov 2014||LA|
|2c/2s, 26||Old DOHS||v Rupganj||Dhaka||11 Nov 2014||LA|
|1/6||Chittagong D||v Sylhet Div||Fatullah||8 Jan 2008||LA|
|1/49, 54, 0/32, 34*||Chittagong D||v Sylhet Div||Fatullah||4 Jan 2008||FC|
|1/46, 27||Chittagong D||v Dhaka Div||Chittagong||31 Dec 2007||LA|
|36, 0/23, 117, 1/14||Chittagong D||v Dhaka Div||Chittagong||27 Dec 2007||FC|
|0/47, 5||Chittagong D||v Rajshahi Div||Rajshahi||18 Dec 2007||LA|
|66, 1/10, 48, 2/38||Chittagong D||v Rajshahi Div||Rajshahi||14 Dec 2007||FC|
A right-hand top-order batsman, Ehsanul Haque has been one of the stalwarts of domestic cricket, but couldn't convert his club and first-class runs onto the international stage. In a brief Test career, in which he batted twice in a day, he has an aggregate of seven runs. He has a top-score of 20 in ODIs, against West Indies in 2002, but what destroyed his international career was the 2003 World Cup. Despite taking Brian Lara's wicket in an abandoned game in Benoni, Ehsanul was part of Bangladesh's most wretched World Cup campaign. But his first-class career, which continued till 2008, was an illustrious one. In 49 matches for Chittagong, Ehsanul made 10 hundreds, with three each coming in the 2006 and 2007 seasons. He was also one of the most sought-after captains in the Dhaka Premier League.
He ended his playing career in 2007-08, before being made a selector for the various age-group teams by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).
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