Saturday, October 31, 2009

Tallest cricketer of the world.

Mohammad Irfan (DOB June 6, 1982) is a Pakistani left-arm medium-fast bowler, hailing from Punjab. His height is a reported 7 foot 1 inches, which would make him the tallest player to play first class cricket.
He made his first class debut in the QEA Trophy in October 2009 playing for Khan Research Laboratories. He bowled economically but was unable to take any wickets in a high scoring game. In his second first class game, Irfan took 7-113 in the second innings and 9 wickets overall in the match. His first wicket in professional cricket was of young Pakistani international batsmen Ahmed Shehzad. He also took the wicket of Imran Farhat and injured Hasan Raza with a bouncer before taking his wicket.

Source : Cricpak
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