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Ebbu Ghazali

Ebbu Ghazali
INTL CAREER: 1954 - 1954
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Full Name

Mohammad Ebrahim Zainuddin Ghazali


June 15, 1924, Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra, India


April 26, 2003, Karachi, Pakistan, (aged 78y 315d)

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Offbreak

"Ebbu" Ghazali was an offspinning allrounder who played two Tests on Pakistan's first full tour of England, in 1954. He made 18 and 14 at Trent Bridge, but at Old Trafford bagged a pair inside two hours - the fastest in Test history. In all he scored 601 runs (28.61) and took 17 wickets (39.64) on that tour. He was also a member of the strong Pakistan Eaglets side which toured England the year before. His highest first-class score was 160, for Services at Karachi in 1953-54, and his best bowling (5 for 28) came the following season against Punjab at Lahore. Mohammad Ebrahim Zainuddin Ghazali was born in Gujarat, played for Maharashtra before Partition from India, and served as an administrator after his retirement. He was manager of the Pakistan tour of Australia in 1972-73, by which time he was a wing commander in the Pakistan Air Force.

Ebbu Ghazali Career Stats

Batting & Fielding



Mohammad Ghazali - Portrait

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Debut/Last Matches of Ebbu Ghazali

Recent Matches of Ebbu Ghazali

Pakistanis vs England XI0 & 92/3404-Sep-1954HastingsFC
Pakistanis vs Middlesex58* & 15*0/18 & 1/1628-Aug-1954Lord'sFC
Pakistanis vs Kent250/21 & 4/5525-Aug-1954CanterburyFC
Pakistanis vs Essex281/5121-Aug-1954Southend-on-SeaFC
Pakistanis vs Canadians620/5 & 0/1118-Aug-1954Lord'sFC

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Mohammad Ghazali - Portrait
The Pakistan squad at Lord's