In the line of amazing Pakistani all-rounders, Abdul Razzaq is the greatest of all times. The tall handsome brilliant cricketer has been exceptional with the batting and bowling since 1996 till 2011 regularly in the test matches and One Day games for national team of Pakistan. Razzaq was born in 1979, he was the right arm fast medium bowler and a tremendous stroke player (right handed batsman) with nice personality.He made his international debut against Zimbabwe at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore in 1996, when he was just 16 years old. Abdul Razzaq Vs Sohail Tanvir encounter is a memorable one.
He was the amazing player for Pakistan against any international team. He toured with Pakistani team to all the ICC member countries and played in all the major tournaments except a few due to injury.
Razzaq was a fit player who has a better record than Umar Gul, Muhammad Sami and Azhar Mahmood. Razzaq also played for Pakistan International Airlines, Middlesex UK, Lahore Lions, Surrey, Hamshire,Melbourne Renegades and the recent mega event PSL for Lahore Qalandars.
Razzaq played 46 tests in his lifetime, nearly scored 2000 runs with 3 centuries. His top score was 134 in the test matches and he took 100 wickets. In the One day form of cricket, Abdul Razzaq was a champion player. He played 265 ODIs and scored more than 5000 runs.
He was not a specialist batsman, but he scored so many runs as an all-rounder for Pakistan. That is exceptional record for Razzaq. He also made 23 half centuries for Pakistan in One Day international games. His top score is 112 and he took 269 wickets with his magical arms. Abdul Razzaq Vs Sohail Tanvir in this video is a perfect example of Razzaq’s style.
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Razzaq was a major contributor in every department of game. He was an incredible fielder, he took 35 catches in ODIs.This video is a true reflection of his all-round capability to play shots in all the areas of ground. He was a batsman to depend on in the final overs. This is a rare video of Abdul Razzaq Vs Sohail Tanvir clash.