Full name Aamer Ali Khan
Born November 5, 1969, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Current age 45 years 268 days
Major teams Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire, Middlesex, Rawalpindi, Sussex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Legbreak
Height 5 ft 10 in
Education Muslim Model High School; MAO College, Lahore
|First-class span||1987/88 - 1999|
|List A span||1997 - 2001|
The well-travelled legspinner Aamer Khan made the briefest of first-class debut in Pakistan in 1987-88 and then appeared for three counties - Lesicestershire, Middlesex and Sussex - in the 1990s. He also played club cricket in New Zealand and South Africa. His only decent run in a side came in 1997 when in ten matches he took 33 wickets at 42.33 for Sussex, and 25 at 35.48 in List A matches. He subsequently played for Cambridgeshire.
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