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Personal Information

Full NameAdil Usman Rashid
BornFebruary 17, 1988 Bradford, Yorkshire
Age34 Years, 9 Months, 9 Days
National SideEngland
Batting StyleRight Handed
BowlingLeg break



Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL

Career Information

Teams PlayedEngland, ICC World XI, South Australia, England A, England XI, MCC, Yorkshire, Punjab Kings, England Under-19, Adelaide Strikers, England Lions, Minister Group Dhaka, Cape Town Knight Riders, World XI, Punjabi Legends, Delhi Bulls, Team Abu Dhabi, Northern Superchargers, Team Buttler, Pretoria Capitals
Career Span

Adil Usman Rashid Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

1933554061 v PAK0262419.2842.514030
119531567869 v NZ0170917.84100.1439079
World Cup
11514525 v AUS004111.25118.423011
9229159122 v WI00706.5085.8426063
531138 v LIO00106.5068.42--00
17765315* v DG003453.00155.88--10

Bowling Performance

34636502390605/49 v SL3239.833.7563.6018
113989.51155861695/27 v IRE14233.055.6435.14113
World Cup
11920526113/54 v AUS2047.815.7150.1811
88320.242378934/2 v WI4025.567.4220.6688
513.5013622/42 v MI0068.009.8341.505
1303500/35 v RR00-11.66-1
1523.30267113/15 v TAD1024.2711.3612.8115

Adil Usman Rashid Profile

An Englishman with a Pakistani origin, Adil Rashid grabbed instant eyeballs when he first played for Yorkshire in 2006, picking six wickets on his debut. His leg-spin was a rare phenomenon, especially at the first-class level and that alone enhanced his reputation as a bowler.

Primarily an all-rounder, Rashid contributed heavily with the bat as well when he was part of England’s Under-19 team and put up an impressive performance in a Test match against India. But, it was his unusual bowling that brought him to the limelight. A stress facture in the back forced him to remodel his action, which then became side-on. Since then, he was a regular headline in England’s domestic circuit. With a fair amount of first-class experience, he was then added to the national squad for Test series in India, followed by a tour to the West Indies. He caught the selectors’ eye with a prolific 2009 domestic season, which ultimately led to his T20I debut in the World Twenty20 in June. In the same year, he went on to make his ODI debut against Ireland.

However, despite a promising start to his career and a useful combination of leg-spin and lower order batting, Rashid failed to cement a permanent place in the English side and was subsequently dropped from the Bangladesh touring squad in early 2010. He then earned a call-up to the ODI side as a replacement for Michael Yardy, who opted out of the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup. In 2012, he was included in Yorkshire’s T20 squad ahead of the Champions League T20 in South Africa.