Taskin Ahmed

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Real Name Taskin Ahmed Tazim
Nickname Tazin
Profession Bangladeshi Cricketer (Bowler)
Physical Stats & More
Height in Feet Inches- 6’ 2”
Weight in Kilograms- 75 kg, in Pounds- 165 lbs
Body Measurements - Chest: 41 Inches- Biceps: 13 Inches
Waist 32 Inches
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black
International Debut Test- 12 January 2017 vs New Zealand in Wellington
ODI- 17 June 2014 vs India in Dhaka
T20- 1 April 2014 vs Australia in Dhaka
Jersey Number #3 (Bangladesh)
Domestic/State Teams Dhaka Metropolis, Chittagong Kings, Chittagong Vikings
Batting Style Left Handed Bat
Bowling Style Right Arm Fast Medium
Nature on field Aggressive
Likes to play against India
Records/Achievements (main ones) • His T20 International career took a turn when on 1 April 2014, in his debut against Australia, he earned the wicket of Glenn Maxwell.
• On 17 June 2014, he made his ODI debut against India and showed a positive intent, taking a 5 wicket haul. This outstanding performance was nominated for Cricinfo Awards in the category of 'best performances of 2014.'
Personal Life
Date of Birth 3 April 1995
Birth Place Mohammadpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Zodiac sign/Sun sign Leo
Nationality Bangladeshi
Hometown Mohammadpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh
School King Khaled Institute
University American International University of Bangladesh
Educational Qualifications Bachelor of Business Administration

Taskin Ahmed Tazim was born 3 April 1994 is a Bangladeshi cricketer. He is a right-arm fast bowler and a left-handed batsman. A tall, right-hand fast bowler, Taskin Ahmed grabbed headlines at an extremely youthful age - thanks to his pace. He is right now the second fastest Bangladeshi bowler having timed 148kph . He made his top of the line debut in the 2011 season playing for Dhaka City at the age of 16. He was chosen for the Under-19 World Cup which was held in Australia in the year 2012. Taskin wound up as the leading wicket-taker in that tournament. Playing in only his second T20 match for Chittagong Kings in the 2013 edition of the Bangladesh Head League, Taskin was named the Man of the Match for his magnificent figures of 4/31.

He had to go through a knee medical procedure and was down and out for almost a year. He tried sincerely and made his international presentation in the WT20 game against Australia in 2014. In under two months, Taskin made his ODI debut against the visiting Indian team and had a memorable game. He finished with figures of 5/28. He was only 3-matches old, however his pace constrained the selectors to pick him for the 2015 ICC World Cup that was facilitated by Australia and New Zealand. Taskin was Bangladesh's most noteworthy wicket taker in the tournament. His wickets of James Taylor and Jos Buttler in the must-win experience against England assisted his team with booking a berth in the quarterfinal setting up a mouth-watering match against neighbors India. Once more however Bangladesh failed to set up a battle against India in the quarters, Taskin was among the wickets. He picked three wickets and his chest-knock celebration with captain Mashrafe Mortaza circulated around the web on social media.

In June 2021, he was named in the Bangladesh's squad across all formats for their tour to Zimbabwe. In the only Test match against Zimbabwe, he scored 75 runs and claimed his maiden half-century in Test cricket. He sustained a partnership of 191 runs along with Mahmudullah, which was the second most elevated ninth wicket partnership in Test cricket. Taskin's 75 runs was also the most elevated individual score at number 10 by a Bangladeshi batsman in away.

In September 2021, he was named in Bangladesh's squad for the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup. In 2022 T20 World Cup, he became the most wicket taker from Bangladesh by taking 8 wickets in 5 matches. In March 2023, During the main T20, Taskin constrained the visitors Ireland to dial back with his three-wicket burst in the fourth over before claiming another wicket in the final over to finish with 4-16, his career-best figures in T20Is in Bangladesh's T20 series against Ireland against Ireland.

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