Personal Information

Full NameMohammad Mahmudullah
BornFebruary 4, 1986 Mymensingh
Age38 Years, 0 Months, 24 Days
National SideBangladesh
Batting StyleRight Handed
BowlingOff break



Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL

Career Information

Teams PlayedBangladesh, Bangladesh A, Dhaka Division, Dhaka Metropolis, Bangladesh Under-19, Bangladesh Under-19, Chattogram Challengers, Basnahira Cricket Dundee, Bangladesh Cricket Board XI, Bangladesh Central Zone, Bangladesh South Zone, Bangladesh North Zone, Jamaica Tallawahs, Prime Bank Cricket Club, Gazi Tank Cricketers, Abahani Limited, Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club, Mohammedan Sporting Club, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, Durdanto Dhaka, Barisal Bulls, Quetta Gladiators, Gazi Group Cricketers, Khulna Tigers, Multan Sultans, Mahmudullah XI, Fortune Barishal, Gemcon Khulna
Career Span

Mohammad Mahmudullah Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

509472914150* v ZIM5163382433.4953.40381120
229199515348128* v NZ4284029236.1376.858101011
World Cup
25224944128* v NZ33742552.4484.819003
12111323212264* v WI061616423.57117.30460410
131039828* v JAM005514.00116.663000

Bowling Performance

66570.3561958435/51 v WI3145.533.4379.6044
151725143791823/4 v PAK4046.235.2253.04151
World Cup
1151129341/30 v ENG0073.255.7476.5011
70140.521012383/10 v PAK2026.637.1822.2370
826118873/25 v GUY1026.857.2322.288

Mohammad Mahmudullah Profile

A middle-order batsman and a part time off spinner, Mahmudullah started playing first-class cricket for Dhaka Division in 2005, and was soon elevated to Bangladesh's A team after fine performances on the domestic front.

Mahmudullah made his ODI debut in 2007 against Sri Lanka. He had an impressive outing, picking up a couple of wickets, and scoring a well-knitted 36, yet Bangladesh lost that match. He then went on to score his first fifty in ODIs against Pakistan, thus cementing his place in the side.

Known to his team mates as 'Riyad', he went on to play his first T20I match against Kenya in quadrangular series. However, he was dropped from the ODI team that went to New Zealand and was replaced by Nazmul Hossain, clearly a better medium pace option on the Kiwi pitches. In 2009, Mahmudullah made a dream start to his Test career as he bagged nine wickets in his maiden Test outing, helping Bangladesh seal a series win over the West Indies. A couple of years later, he was appointed vice-captain of the side, after Tamim Iqbal was axed from that position.