Full name Saadat Ali
Born February 6, 1955, Lahore, Punjab
Current age 60 years 175 days
Major teams Pakistan, House Building Finance Corporation, Income Tax, Lahore, United Bank Limited
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
Relation Brother - Ashraf Ali
|ODI debut||Pakistan v England at Lahore, Mar 9, 1984 scorecard|
|Last ODI||Pakistan v New Zealand at Multan, Dec 7, 1984 scorecard|
|First-class span||1973/74 - 1988/89|
|List A span||1974/75 - 1989/90|
A right-hand opening batsman and brother of test wicket keeper Ashraf Ali, he represented Pakistan in a few ODIs. Made his test debut against the England in 1983-84. He has the distinction of being the first Pakistani to carry his bat in a one day international when he was 75 not out.
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