Pakistan Most Successful Twenty20 Captain All The Time

Pakistan Most Successful Twenty20 Captain All The Time

Pakistan has awarded the most talented and advanced cricketers. Pakistan plays its first Twenty20 match against England at County Cricket Ground, Bristol on August 28, 2006 and won by five wickets. So here’s the list of Pakistan Most Successful Twenty20 Captain All The Time.

Pakistan Most Successful Twenty20 Captains

1. Sarfraz Ahmed

Sarfaraz Ahmed is the most successful Twenty20 Captain and right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who plays in all formats of the game. Sarfraz was named Pakistan’s Twenty20 International captain after the victory of ICC T20 Worldcupof 2016 in India. He was the youngest cricketer who can be awarded with the Sitara-i-Imtiaz on Pakistan Day March 2018.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain.

Total T20 Played: 37
Won: 
29
Lost: 
8
Tied: 
0

2. Shahid Khan Afridi

One of the greatest ODI all-rounders of all time, Shahid Khan Afridi is the best Pakistani bowler and former Pakistan cricket team caption. Afridi is the best player in the world that no one can beat him in cricket, He played very fast and mostly hit sixes and boundaries. He has shown a remarkable performance in 398 ODIs and has scored a total of 8,064 runs at a strike rate of 117 and got 395 wickets. Afridi is also known as Boom Boom or Lala in Pakistan. He finished his carrier 1,416 runs in 99 matches at an average of 24.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain.

Total T20 Played: 43
Won: 
19
Lost: 
23
Tied: 
1

3. Muhammad Hafeez

Muhammad Hafeez also famous his nickname as ‘The Professor’, is a Pakistani former caption and all-rounder. He usually opens the batting and becomes part of the bowling attack. Hafeez took 54 wickets with an average of 22.80. He has scored 1,992 runs in 91 matches at an average of 26.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain.

Total T20 Played: 29
Won: 
17
Lost: 
11
Tied: 
1

4. Shoaib Malik

Shoaib Malik is an effective Pakistani all-rounder and former team captain. Malik is a good off-spinner who his ability to stop runs during power plays overs. He was the finest captain of the Pakistani cricket team from 2007 to 2009. Malik took 158 wickets in 287 ODI matches with average 39.20. He has scored 2321 ODIs runs in 110 matches at an average of 32 and took 28 wickets.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain

Total T20 Played: 20
Won: 
13
Lost: 
6
Tied: 
1

5. Misbah-ul-Haq

Misbah-ul-Haq Khan Niazi, better known as Misbah-ul-Haq is a Pakistani former cricketer and captain of Pakistan ODI, Test and T20 cricket team. Misbah has been one of the most talked-about Pakistani cricketers for the country in the recent few years. He scored 5,222 runs in ODI at an average of 47 with a strike rate of 73 and 788 runs in 38 matches at an average of 37. He is the current chief selector and head coach of the Pakistan cricket team.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team Captain

Total T20 Played: 8
Won: 
6
Lost: 
2
Tied: 
0

6. Younis Khan

One of the greatest modern-day batsmen of Pakistan, Younis Khan is the Pakistani former cricketer, coach and Pakistani cricket team captain in all three formats (Test, ODI and T20). He was honored as the Pakistan Most Successful Twenty20 Captain in cricket. Khan scored 452 runs in 25 matches. He led Pakistan to their victory in the ICC World T20 in 2009, which was the first World T20 title of Pakistan.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team Captain.

Total T20 Played: 8
Won: 
5
Lost: 
3
Tied: 
0

7. Babar Azam

One of the most aggressive and finest batsman of Pakistan has ever produced, Babar Azam is the current caption of Pakistani T20 International team. In 2019, He became the fastest batsman for Pakistan during the tour to New Zealand. Azam became Pakistan’s highest scorer in the 2012 U-19 World Cup.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain.

Total T20 Played: 4
Won: 
1
Lost: 
2
Tied: 
1

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