Personal Information

Full NameTamim Iqbal Khan
BornMarch 20, 1989 Chittagong
Age34 Years, 2 Months, 23 Days
National SideBangladesh
Batting StyleLeft Handed



Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL

Career Information

Teams PlayedBangladesh, Asia XI, ICC World XI, Bangladesh A, Chittagong Division, Essex, Nottinghamshire, Rest of the World, Wellington Firebirds, Bangladesh Under-19, Pune Warriors India, Chattogram Challengers, Duronto Rajshahi, Wayamba United, Bangladesh Cricket Board XI, Bangladesh East Zone, Saint Lucia Kings, Brothers Union, Prime Bank Cricket Club, Abahani Limited, Mohammedan Sporting Club, UCB-BCB Eleven, Legends of Rupganj, Dhaka Dominators, Comilla Victorians, Lahore Qalandars, Peshawar Zalmi, Khulna Tigers, World XI, Pakhtoons, Bhairahawa Gladiators, Tamim XI, Fortune Barishal
Career Span

Tamim Iqbal Khan Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

6913225082206 v PAK10316504039.0958.07190114
234232118143158 v ZIM145589910136.8478.536701918
World Cup
2929071895 v SCO0483424.7573.1112032
787851758103* v OMA171884524.08116.9618068
77016275 v JAM0117323.14105.190000
3208156 v TS018540.50176.08--00
5407540 v CT0010218.75110.290000

Bowling Performance

5502000/1 v NZ00-4.00-5
2101300/6 v SA00-13.00-2

Tamim Iqbal Khan Profile

One of Bangladesh's fastest growing talents, Tamim Iqbal has already made a place for himself in the cricketing world as an aggressive left-handed opener. His ability with the bat was brought to notice at an early age when he smashed 112 off 71 balls against England in an Under-19 game to take his side to victory.

Tamim hails from a family of cricketers and it would be fair to say that the sport runs in his blood. His batting skills took him through and he made his ODI debut against Zimbabwe in 2007. The selectors felt he had enough talent for the international circuit and placed him in the World Cup squad after playing just two ODIs. Tamim had a great outing as he scored a breezy half-century against India in the first World Cup encounter and played a big part in dumping the Indians out of the tournament. He scored his maiden century against West Indies in St. Vincent and won the game for his side. He went on to play several other special innings against Zimbabwe and England piling up centuries and half centuries.

Tamim is one of Bangladesh's most important batsmen and has become a regular opener for the team. Much of Bangladesh's success can be credited to his aggressive ways of batting and his pure skill and talent with the bat. He was drafted in the Pune franchise for the fifth edition of the Indian T20 League, replacing the injured James Hopes in 2012.