Personal Information About Shakib Al Hasan
|Name:-||Shakib Al Hasan|
|D.O.B:-||24 March 1987|
|Place of Birth:-||Magura, Khulna, Bangladesh|
|Height:-||5 Feet 7 inches|
|Profession:-||Bangladeshi Cricketer (All-Rounder)|
|Style of Batting:-||Left Handed Batsman|
|Style of Bowling:-||Slow Left-arm Orthodox|
Shakib Al Hasan Major Teams: Bangladesh, Kolkata Knight Riders, Worcestershire, Khulna Royals Bengals, Adelaide Strikers, Uthura Rudras, Dhaka Gladiators, Leicestershire, Peshawar Zalmi, Melbourne Renegades, Barbados Tridents, Rangpur Riders, Jamaica Tallawahs, Karachi Kings, Dhaka Dynamites.
|Shakib Al Hasan Family Info|
|Father Name:-||Khondoker Masroor Reza|
|Mother Name:-||Shirin Reza|
|Brother Name:-||Not Known|
|Shakib Al Hasan Wife/Partner:-||Umme Ahmed Shishir|
|Children:-||Alayna Hasan Aubrey (Daughter)|
|Shakib Al Hasan Net Worth:-||$35 Million Dollars|
A talented middle-order batsman of Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan has been one of the most prized assets of the Bangladesh cricket team. He has not only proved his ability in all areas of cricket but his leadership qualities have also seen a more daring, courageous, and confident Bangladesh unit taking to the field. Shakib Al Hasan is a vital cog in Bangladesh’s line up and he has been a consistent performer for his team. In the Bangladesh cricket team, there are so many talented players who are performing and struggling to make their position permanent in the team but Shakib al Hasan is a well-known cricketer in Bangladesh and all over the world for his own talent. Here is presenting Shakib Al Hasan’s Biography, Career, Facts, Family, and Net worth.
Shakib Al Hasan Childhood and Family
Shakib Al Hasan was born on 24 March 1987 in Magura, Bangladesh. His full name is Mohammad Shakib Al Hasan and he is also known as Shaqibul Hasan. His father’s name is Khondoker Masroor Reza and his mother’s name is Shirin Reza. He is known to his family by Mayna and Faisal. Without cricket, he was most addicted to Football and his favorite football club in Barcelona.
Shakib al Hasan Education
Shakib was a student of Bangladesh Krira Shiksha Pratisthan (BKSP). He is studying BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) at AIUB-American International University Bangladesh.
Shakib Al Hasan’s Wife Umme Ahmed Shishir
In 2010, when Shakib Al Hasan went to England to play county cricket for the team Worcestershire, he met an American Bangladeshi girl, her name is Umme Ahmed Shishir. Shakib and Umme fall in love with one another and they decided to get married. Finally, they got married on 12 December 2012, they choose the date 12.12.12 to keep their wedding date memorable in human society. Umme Ahmed Shishir’s father’s name is Mamotaj Ahmed and he was a Government officer in Narayanganj, but Raipura, Narsingdi is his hometown.
They belonged to Bangladesh and in 1998 Umme Ahmed Shishir’s family immigrated to the United States at that time she was a student in class three and her age was 8 years old. Umme Ahmed received her graduate degree in software engineering from the University of Minnesota in the U.S. Shakib al Hasan and Umme Ahmed’s marriage ceremony was held in Hotel Ruposhi Bangla and in their wedding, only Tamim Iqbal was present from the cricket team of Bangladesh. On 8 November 2015, the beautiful couple was blessed with a daughter and her name is Alayna Hasan Aubrey.
Shakib Al Hasan Early Career
Shakib was a student of the Bangladesh Institute of Sports Education (BKSP). He played cricket for the many villages near his hometown Magura. He started his game formally under the local club Islampur Crirachoqro. Shakib spent most of the time honing his abilities at a government-run sports facility and he was listed for the U-19 squad for the tri-series featuring England and Sri Lanka. Shakib Al Hasan scored an 86-ball century and took 3 wickets in the final match and Bangladesh won the match. His superb performance in the final helped him to knock the eye of the selectors. During the practice session, he batted aggressively and also bowled fast. Shakib spent 6 months training at Bangladesh Krira Shiksha Pratisthan. Between 2005 and 2006 he played 18 youth ODIs and he performed outstandingly with a batting average of 35.18 ad a bowling average of 20.18.
Domestic Career of Shakib Al Hasan
Since 2004 Shakib represented Khulna Division domestically and in 2010 he spent many months playing for Worcestershire in England. Shakib became the first Bangladeshi cricketer to represent an English-county cricket team.
International Career of Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib cracked his first One Day internationals against Canada in the tri-nation series played in the West Indies. He scored a 50 and bowled 10 overs for 44 runs without taking any wickets as Bangladesh secured a great win over India. Shakib’s consistent performances made his position strong and enhanced his reputation very highly. Later in that year, he scores a century against Pakistan.
In the Test game, he continued in the same vein as he had done in One Day Internationals. His great breakthrough came in the test match against New Zealand in 2008 in Chittagong. Shakib took 7 wickets by giving 36 runs and to date the best bowling figures by a Bangladeshi bowler. In the second innings, he scored 50 to set New Zealand a challenging 317 runs. However, he got not helped and supported by the other bowlers and the match was won by New Zealand.
Due to his great performances in every game, he was ranked No. 1 among the All-Rounders by the ICC thanks to his consistency in his game. Shakib Al Hasan took over the captaincy from Mohammad Ashraful and led the Bangladesh cricket team from the front. Shakib took 5 wickets and went on to score 96 runs not out in the second Test match in Grenada against West Indies. Bangladesh eventually won the test series by 3-0.
His stint with Worcestershire developed him even better. Shakib took 35 wickets in a single season and on this wicket his best figures of 7 wickets against the Middle sex to support the county get promoted to Division 1 of the championship. He was the leading wicket-taker and also the run-scorer when his team Bangladesh achieved a whitewash over New Zealand in the year 2010.
Shakib gave his performance as a captain in the 2011 World Cup, despite leading the Bangladesh team to wins against England, Ireland, and the Netherlands in the world cup, the Bangladesh team was crushed and so many people blamed Shakib al Hasan but he put aside all the criticism and brilliantly performed for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the 2011 IPL.
Shakib was sacked as captain before the Bangladesh tour of West Indies in 2011. He yet again proved his ability and worth as was the Bangladesh cricket team’s leading wicket-taker in both games of the ODI and Test series in the West Indies. In two test matches, he scored 168 runs and in two ODIs he scored 79 runs. But Bangladesh lost both the series. In the same year, Shakib was Bangladesh’s top run-maker and also a wicket-taker in the home series in December 2011 against Pakistan. In the second test match of the series, Shakib became Bangladesh’s first cricketer to score a century by taking 5 wickets in an innings. Shakib after this series ranked No. 1 in the ICC’s ranking of the Test All-rounders.
In the 2012 Asia Cup, Shakib Al Hasan scored 237 runs including 3 fifties and he also took 6 wickets. In the Asia Cup 2012, Bangladesh progressed to the final of the tournament and this was the first time, in final Bangladesh lost the match to Pakistan just only two runs. In this tournament Shakib al Hasan’s performance was outstanding and he was awarded the Player of the Tournament and also reclaimed the No. 1 all-rounder spot from the Shane Watson of Australia.
During the home series in 2012 against West Indies, Shakib became the 2nd Bangladeshi cricketer to take 100 test wickets, making Shakib the leading wicket-taker in the Tests game for Bangladesh. Shakib Al Hasan also achieved the feat of becoming the fastest all-rounder to get 100 wickets and score 1,000 runs. Another important thing is that he achieved this milestone in just 28 games. However, Shakib was ruled out of the One Day Internationals and T20 series due to his shin injury.
In November 2014, Shakib Al Hasan joined Imran Khan (Pakistan) and Ian Botham, becoming only the 3 rd cricketer in the history of cricket to have scored a hundred and taken 10 wickets in the same Test matches. Shakib achieved this feat against Zimbabwe. Shakib performed brilliantly in the ODI series against Zimbabwe.
In December 2014, finally, BCB ended the restriction on the non-objection certificate, leaving Shakib freely to take a part in overseas tournaments.
Ban on Shakib al Hasan
In 2010 October against New Zealand, Shakib Al Hasan was playing on 92 in the 4th One Day Internationals, when there was movement near the sightscreen, and umpired failed to stop that, after a few minutes Shakib ran towards the sightscreen, hurled abuse, and also threatened to hit the offender with his bat. At that time Shakib was the captain of the Bangladesh cricket team, he was later warned by the match referee for his act.
In February 2014 against Sri Lanka, Shakib was punished by the Bangladesh Cricket Board for making an inappropriate gesture on live television during the second One Day International match against Sri Lanka. Shakib Al Hasan was also fined 300,000 takas (3800 USD) and was suspended for the next 3 matches, which include the first 2 matches of the Asia Cup 2014. He was their top bowler in the world T20 2014 and also made a fine 66 runs against Australia but still couldn’t support his side to win even a single contest in the Super 10s.
In June 2014 a few months later, Shakib was allegedly involved in a clash with a spectator, who was reportedly harassing Shakib’s wife during the 1 st ODI against India in the grandstand of Sher-e- Bangla National Stadium. Shakib’s ‘severe attitude problem’ over the months forced the Bangladesh Cricket Board to ban him for 6 months from all formats of cricket matches. However, the ban was reduced to three and a half months, and Shakib was allowed to be available for the upcoming matches.
Shakib Al Hasan in Bangladesh Premier League
Bangladesh Cricket Board launched BPL-Bangladesh Premier League in 2012, they decided to hold Twenty 20 tournaments in February that year. The Bangladesh Cricket Board made Shakib Al Hasan the “Icon Player” for the Khulna Royal Bengals. In BPL under Shakib’s captaincy, his team performed really impressively and the team progressed to the semi-finals of the competition. In the semi-final, his team was beaten by the Dhaka Gladiators. Shakib scored 280 runs in ten matches and took 15 wickets. Shakib was his team’s leading wicket-taker and he later was got titled the Man of the Tournament.
In the 2013 BPL player auction, Shakib Al Hasan was snapped up for the whopping cost of USD 365,000 by the Dhaka Gladiators, making Shakib the most expensive player of the tournament. In the BPL 2013 Shakib led his team to victory, he made 329 runs and took 15 wickets in 12 matches, Shakib emerged as the Man of the Tournament for the consecutive second time in the Bangladesh Premier League.
Shakib played in the 2015 BPL season for the Rangpur Riders and he performed amazingly and gave his consistent performance.
Shakib Al Hasan in IPL
A talented batsman and spinner Shakib is an accurate and consistent player for the Bangladesh cricket team, due to his consistency in every game he made his place in the eye of the IPL selectors. Shakib Al Hasan was contracted by the Kolkata Knight Riders in the 2011 Indian Premier League, he was bought back by the franchise KKR in the Player Auction before the IPL 2014 season. In IPL Shakib’s performances were also superb and he successfully created his place in this tournament.
Shakib al Hasan in Sri Lanka Premier League
In the 2012 Sri Lanka Premier League, Shakib Al Hasan represented the Uthura Rudras team.
Shakib in Caribbean Premier League
In the 2013 Caribbean League Shakib played for the Barbados Tridents.
Shakib Al Hasan in Big Bash League
In 2014, Shakib played for the Adelaide Strikers replacing Johan Botha due to Johan’s injury problem, thus Shakib becoming the first Bangladeshi cricketer to play in the Big Bash League.
Shakib Al Hasan in PSL
Shakib Al Hasan was contracted by the PSL franchise Karachi Kings and he was in the category of Platinum in the inaugural edition of PSL 2016. Karachi Kings contracted Shakib for 40,000 USD and no doubt Shakib proved his worth by his superb and amazing performance as an all-rounder. Shakib was bought by the Peshawar Zalmi franchise in the second edition of the 2017 PSL.
The net worth of Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib Al Hasan has a wonderful net worth due to the combined assets of his restaurant business, cricket salary, sponsorships, and advertisements. He is the most important cricketer not only for the Bangladesh cricket team but also for different international leagues. Shakib played for the Indian Premier League, and in IPL his bid is noticeable. Shakib signed a contract of $425,000 for the Kolkata Knight Riders. He also played for Pakistan Super League in the Platinum category. He played for Big Bash League and Shakib is also a star player in Big Bash League, Shakib also played Sri Lanka Premier League and he took a part in Caribbean League. Shakib Al Hasan’s net worth is $35 Million dollars. Shakib’s annual salary is $430,000.
Shakib Al Hasan Favourite Things
|Films:-||Titanic, Piku, Avatar|
|Actor:-||Riaz & Shah Rukh Khan|
|Food:-||Dosa, Lucchi (Puri), Sorshe Ilish|
|Favorite Holiday Destination:-||Maldives|
|Hobbies:-||Traveling, Playing Football and Golf|
Some Facts about Shakib Al Hasan
|Shakib Al Hasan does smoke or not, it is not confirmed.|
|Shakib Al Hasan does not drink alcohol.|
|Without cricket, he loves football too much.|
|In his early days of cricket, Shakib used to bowl fast.|
|In 2011 IPL season Kolkata Knight Riders bought Shakib for INR 2.86 Crore and KKR retained him in 2014 IPL season for INR 2.80 Crore.|
|Shakib became the 3 rd International cricketer to score a century with taking 10 wicket haul in the same match, Shakib achieved this milestone in November 2014 against Zimbabwe.|
|In July 2015 after taking 200 wickets, Shakib became the 7th member of the elite club with at least 4000 runs under the belt and also 200 wickets.|
|January 2016, ICC ranked Shakib as #1 ODI All-rounder.|
|January 2017, Shakib holds 14 test matches, 1 ODI, 19 First Class, 5 wicket hauls.|
|Shakib Al Hasan tagged as the fastest all-rounder to get 100 wickets and made 100 runs in test format.|