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Rohan Mustafa

U.A.E.|Top order Batter
Rohan Mustafa
INTL CAREER: 2014 - 2023
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Full Name

Rohan Mustafa


October 07, 1988, Kohat


34y 245d

Batting Style

Left hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Offbreak

Playing Role

Top order Batter

Pakistan-born offspinning allrounder Rohan Mustafa moved to Sharjah when he was ten and enrolled in that emirate's cricket academy. Despite losing his father, one of his cricket mentors, five years later, he stuck with the game, and was picked for UAE Under-19s in 2007, the year he also made his List A debut.

His senior international debut came against Scotland in an ODI World Cup Qualifier game seven years after that. Later that year he faced a setback when he was barred from the UAE for a year for "absconding from duty" but Mustafa made it back in time to be picked for the 2015 World Cup squad - though he had a forgettable outing.

Unarguably his finest moment was in an ODI against Papua New Guinea at home in 2017, when he made 109 opening the batting and then took 5 for 25 in a big win, becoming only the third player to make a hundred and take five wickets in an ODI, after Viv Richards and Paul Collingwood. Mustafa took a shine to PNG's bowlers, making 95 against them in an ODI in Harare the following year, and 88 in 2022; that last innings, though, was a one-man show and UAE lost.

Rohan Mustafa Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

List A1211148249210923.50384464.8211321536560


List A121116535638411335/255/2528.874.3040.2130
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Rohan Mustafa tucks one away
Liam Dawson broke the Desert Vipers' opening stand
Alex Hales and Rohan Mustafa put up a half-century stand for Desert Vipers
Rohan Mustafa gets ready to bowl in the nets
Rohan Mustafa drives over cover for a boundary
UAE captain Rohan Mustafa lets out a victory scream after winning WCL Division Two