Full name Mohammad Tareq Aziz Khan
Born September 4, 1983, Chittagong
Current age 33 years 201 days
Major teams Bangladesh, Chittagong Division, Dhaka Metropolis
Also known as Tareq
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium-fast
|Test debut||West Indies v Bangladesh at Gros Islet, May 28-Jun 1, 2004 scorecard|
|Last Test||Bangladesh v New Zealand at Dhaka, Oct 19-22, 2004 scorecard|
|ODI debut||Bangladesh v Pakistan at Chittagong, Jan 22, 2002 scorecard|
|Last ODI||Bangladesh v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS), Jul 29, 2004 scorecard|
|Last First-class||Chittagong Division v Dhaka Metropolis at Bogra, Jan 30-Feb 2, 2014 scorecard|
|List A debut||2001/02|
|Last List A||Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club v Brothers Union at Bogra, Nov 1, 2013 scorecard|
|Twenty20 debut||Dhaka Division v Khulna Division at Dhaka, Apr 15, 2010 scorecard|
|Last Twenty20||Dhaka Metropolis v Khulna Division at Bogra, Apr 27, 2013 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|0*, 0/33, 6, 0/52||Dhaka Metro||v Chittagong D||Bogra||30 Jan 2014||FC|
|0*, 0/36||Brothers||v Prime DSC||Bogra||1 Nov 2013||LA|
|1/40||Brothers||v Kalabagan KC||Fatullah||4 Oct 2013||LA|
|1/4||Brothers||v Kalabagan CA||Fatullah||30 Sep 2013||LA|
|1/60, 2||Brothers||v Prime Bank||Rajshahi||10 Sep 2013||LA|
|1*, 1/13||Dhaka Metro||v Khulna Div||Bogra||27 Apr 2013||T20|
|8, 2/23, 0/21||Dhaka Metro||v Sylhet Div||Rangpur||7 Dec 2012||FC|
|1/25, 3, 1/40, 2||Dhaka Metro||v Rajshahi Div||Dhaka||23 Nov 2012||FC|
|1/47, 1, 1/32||Dhaka Metro||v Barisal Div||Chittagong||9 Nov 2012||FC|
|19, 1/18||Dhaka Metro||v Dhaka Div||Dhaka||2 Nov 2012||FC|
Tareq Aziz went professional at 18 and caused a minor stir in his first month for Chittagong Districts. In his first game he uprooted the stumps of Andy Flower, who was then rated among the world's leading Test batsmen, with his trademark incutter, and followed up with consecutive five-wicket hauls in his next game. He made his one-day debut two months later, collecting 3 for 19 against Pakistan. After some poor performances he fell out of favour for the next three years, but returned with a three-wicket haul - two in the final over - to help Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe in March 2004, their first one-day international win for five years.
He has been plodding away in domestic cricket since playing his last international game in July 2004, and is part of Bangladesh Cricket Board's first-class contracted cricketers.
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