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Full name Nasir Jamshed
Born December 6, 1989, Lahore, Punjab
Current age 25 years 12 days
Major teams Pakistan, Lahore Lions, Lahore Region Blues, National Bank of Pakistan, Pakistan Under-19s, Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel
Batting style Left-hand bat
|Test debut||South Africa v Pakistan at Johannesburg, Feb 1-4, 2013 scorecard|
|Last Test||South Africa v Pakistan at Cape Town, Feb 14-17, 2013 scorecard|
|ODI debut||Pakistan v Zimbabwe at Karachi, Jan 21, 2008 scorecard|
|Last ODI||New Zealand v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi, Dec 17, 2014 scorecard|
|T20I debut||Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC), Sep 5, 2012 scorecard|
|Last T20I||South Africa v Pakistan at Cape Town, Nov 22, 2013 scorecard|
|First-class debut||Defence Housing Authority v National Bank of Pakistan at Faisalabad, Feb 22-25, 2005 scorecard|
|Last First-class||National Bank of Pakistan v United Bank Limited at Islamabad, Nov 24-27, 2014 scorecard|
|List A debut||Lahore Lions v Peshawar Panthers at Lahore, Jan 7, 2005 scorecard|
|Last List A||New Zealand v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi, Dec 17, 2014 scorecard|
|Twenty20 debut||Karachi Dolphins v Lahore Lions at Lahore, Apr 25, 2005 scorecard|
|Last Twenty20||Lahore Lions v Perth Scorchers at Bangalore, Sep 30, 2014 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|30||Pakistan||v New Zealand||Abu Dhabi||17 Dec 2014||ODI # 3570|
|20, 24||National Bnk||v United Bank||Islamabad||24 Nov 2014||FC|
|53||National Bnk||v WAPDA||Rawalpindi||18 Nov 2014||FC|
|0||Pakistan A||v Afghan A||Islamabad||15 Nov 2014||Other T20|
|3, 16||National Bnk||v K Dolphins||Karachi||6 Nov 2014||FC|
|35||Pakistan A||v U.A.E.||Dubai (CA)||30 Oct 2014||LA|
|134||Pakistan A||v U.A.E.||Dubai (CA)||27 Oct 2014||LA|
|45||Pakistan A||v U.A.E.||Dubai (CA)||25 Oct 2014||LA|
|22||Pakistan A||v U.A.E.||Dubai (CA)||23 Oct 2014||LA|
|78||Pakistan A||v U.A.E.||Dubai (CA)||22 Oct 2014||LA|
A left-hand opening batsman, Nasir Jamshed has shown enough promise to be considered a long-term prospect in the Pakistan batting line-up. He made his international debut in early 2008, in the home ODI series against Zimbabwe, and though he did reasonably well in his early games, he was dropped in 2009 and spent two-and-a-half years away from international cricket. He returned with his appetite suitably whetted, and 2012 was a particularly memorable year for him, as he scored two ODI hundreds against India, and followed up with one more early the next year to firmly establish himself at the top of the order. An aggressive batsman, Jamshed plays strokes all round the wicket, but also backs it up with sound temperament and an ability to convert starts into big scores.
Jamshed's talent was visible from his junior days, and he made a mark very early in his cricketing career. Following an impressive 74 for National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) on his first-class debut when aged only 15, Nasir Jamshed was selected for the Pakistan Under-19s side to play the visiting Sri Lankans. Scoring a 44 and a 204 on his debut, he helped his side draw that match after Pakistan had conceded a 253-run first-innings lead. Although he failed to replicate those performances for the remainder of the season, he remained part of the NBP squad as well as representing Lahore. Jamshed was also part of the Pakistan U-19 squad that successfully defended its title in 2006, beating India by 38 runs.
Jamshed's break, however, came in the 2007-08 season where he scored 800 runs in ten Quaid-e-Azam Trophy matches with the help of three centuries and was selected to play for the Patron's XI side that took on the touring Zimbabweans. A 182 off only 240 deliveries was enough for his name to be shortlisted for the 15-probables for the ODI series. He didn't immediately make a huge impact in international cricket, but in 2012 he showed that all the talk about his early promise wasn't misplaced.
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