Top 10 Youngest Debutants in Cricket

Youngest Debutants in Cricket
Youngest Debutants in Cricket
Youngest Debutants in Cricket: Any young cricketer’s dream is to play for the national team for the first time

Youngest Debutants in Cricket: Any young cricketer’s dream is to play for the national team for the first time. Even more so, making your debut in a Test is a big deal because it is the hardest format.

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The most exciting players to watch are definitely those who are just starting out, because you never know if they’re good enough or if they’ll do as well as they hope. When their biggest dream of playing Test cricket comes true, some players tend to step up to the challenge, while others just fall short. As a way to talk about these people and what they’ve done.

Here are some records and stats about debutants:

Some of the players on the list, like Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar and Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi, made a big difference in cricket and don’t need to be introduced. Sachin Tendulkar broke, made, and beat every kind of record that could be set in this format. Shahid Afridi, on the other hand, is one of the few all-rounders in the current generation who can change the course of a match by both hitting and bowling.

Hasan Raja:

Raza of Pakistan is the youngest person to play in an ODI. He didn’t have a long career, though. He played in 16 ODIs before he was kicked off the team. In those games, he scored 242 runs at just 18.61, and his low strike rate of 50 in limited overs was what got him kicked off the team.

Mohammad Ashraful:

Ashraful, a well-known cricketer from Bangladesh, is also on the list. With the bat, he made a lot of waves and helped Bangladesh beat a few big teams. He has set a lot of records for Bangladesh with his bat, but when he was found guilty of fixing in the Bangladesh Premier League, his career was over. He was one of the best players in the country.

Aaqib Javed:

Javed was another young star in Pakistan. In 1999, allegations of fixing hurt his career. In the 1990s, he was one of the best fast bowlers Pakistan had to offer. He is one of the few bowlers to have taken 7 wickets in an ODI, including a Hattrick against India in the Wills Final in 1991.

Nitish Kumar:

Bangladesh lost a talented young pacer who had just joined the team before the 2003 World Cup because of an injury. He bowled well against teams that were better than his. But because he got hurt a lot, he lost his skills and was soon kicked off the team. The list also has three players from countries that are “associate countries.” Nitish Kumar, a promising young batsman from Canada, was the youngest player to play in the World Cup. He was also the second youngest player to play in his first ODI. Even though he hasn’t done much, he’s still on the team because there isn’t anyone better. He had also played in three U-19 World Cups, including the U-19 Cricket World Cup 2014, which just ended.

Ramveer Rai:

Ramveer Rai of the UAE and Nadeem Ahmed of Hong Kong were also players. During the 2004 Asia Cup, both played for the first time. Since then, Nadeem Ahmed has played a few times, but Ramveer Rai hasn’t been on the field much, even for List A.

Top 10 Youngest Debutants in Cricket

1Hasan Raza
14y 227dOCT 24, 1996ZimbabweFaisalabad
2Mushtaq Mohammad
15y 124dMAR 26, 1959West IndiesLahore
3Mohammad Sharif
15y 128dAPR 19, 2001ZimbabweBulawayo
4Aaqib Javed
16y 189dFEB 10, 1989New ZealandWellington
5Sachin Tendulkar
16y 205dNOV 15, 1989PakistanKarachi
6Aftab Baloch (PAK)16y 221dNOV 8, 1969New ZealandDhaka
7Talha Jubair (BAN)16y 223dJUL 21, 2002Sri LankaColombo (PSS)
8Nasim-ul-Ghani (PAK)16y 248dJAN 17, 1958West IndiesBridgetown
9Naseem Shah (PAK)16y 279dNOV 21, 2019AustraliaBrisbane
10Enamul Haque Jnr16y 320dOCT 21, 2003EnglandDhaka
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