Personal Information

Full NameSoumya Sarkar
BornFebruary 25, 1993 Satkhira
Age30 Years, 7 Months, -1 Days
National SideBangladesh
Batting StyleLeft Handed
BowlingRight-arm medium



Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL

Career Information

Teams PlayedBangladesh, Bangladesh A, Khulna Division, Khulna Division, Bangladesh Under-19, Chattogram Challengers, Dhaka Gladiators, Rangpur Rangers, Bangladesh Central Zone, Bangladesh South Zone, Bangladesh Under-23, Bangladesh Under-23, Prime Bank Cricket Club, Victoria Sporting Club, Abahani Limited, Mohammedan Sporting Club, Legends of Rupganj, Comilla Victorians, Gazi Group Cricketers, Rajshahi Royals, Khulna Tigers, Agrani Bank Cricket Club, Kandahar Knights, Bangladesh Emerging, Najmul XI, Gazi Group Chattogram
Career Span

Soumya Sarkar Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

16300831149 v NZ14109927.7057.6223020
615831768127* v PAK2112034332.1497.3534065
World Cup
1414034151 v NZ0147524.3594.1913001
72723121268 v ZIM051194617.56122.42350114
44112950* v BHU0114543.00132.990000

Bowling Performance

1284.4333642/68 v NZ0084.003.96127.0011
1866.40389113/56 v SL2035.365.8336.3618
World Cup
421012343/58 v AUS1030.755.8531.504
24440417112/19 v ZIM0037.909.4724.0024
415.208242/20 v NEP0020.505.3423.004

Soumya Sarkar Profile

Soumya Sarkar is a dashing left-handed batsman and a useful right-arm medium pace bowler who first came into the spotlight in the 2012 Under-19 World Cup when he 'Mankaded' Australia's Jimmy Peirson. Known mainly for his attacking batting, Sarkar was included in the national squad in 2013 but had to wait for almost a year to make his debut.

In spite of not having too much exposure at the international level, Bangladesh selected him in the World Cup squad for 2015. He had a decent start to his career and contributed useful runs at the top of the order. The real high of his career came when he was named the Player of the Series in which Bangladesh won their home ODI series against South Africa. In the year 2019, while playing for Abahani Limited in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League, Sarkar became the first double centurion in List A cricket for Bangladesh.

His Test career didn't take off the way he would have liked but the Hamilton Test match in 2019 changed everything. He smashed the joint-fastest Test century for Bangladesh under testing conditions and proved his caliber in the red-ball cricket as well. Seeing his consistent rise, the Bangladesh team management trusted in his abilities and he's an important member of their 2019 World Cup squad.