Mashrafe Mortaza Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Affairs & More
Bio Real NameMashrafe Bin Mortaza NicknameNarail Express ProfessionBangladeshi Cricketer (Medium Fast Bowler) Physical Stats & More Heightin centimeters- 183 cm in meters- 1.83 m in Feet Inches- 6’ 1” Weightin Kilograms- 74 kg in Pounds- 163 lbs Body Measurements- Chest: 40 Inches - Waist: 34 inches - Biceps: 14 Inches Eye ColourBlack Hair ColourBlack Cricket International DebutTest- 8 November 2001 vs Zimbabwe in Dhaka ODI- 23 November 2001 vs Zimbabwe in Chittagong T20- 28 November 2006 vs Zimbabwe in Khulna Coach/MentorNot Known Jersey Number#2(Bangladesh) #2(IPL, County Cricket) Domestic/State TeamKolkata Knight Riders, Asia XI, Bangladesh, Dhaka Gladiators, Bangladesh Cricket Board XI, Comilla Victorians Nature on fieldAggressive Likes to play againstIndia Favourite BallYorker Records (main ones)• Record for most catches for Bangladesh by a non-wicketkeeper (36) in ODIs. • Highest wicket taker in ODIs among all teams in 2006 with 49 wickets. Career Turning PointTest debut against Zimbabwe in 2001. Personal Life Date of Birth5 October 1983 Age (as in 2016)33 Years Birth PlaceNarail, Bangladesh Zodiac sign/Sun signLibra NationalityBangladeshi HometownNarail, Bangladesh SchoolNot Known CollegeJahangirnagar University, Dhaka Educational QualificationsNot Known FamilyFather- Not Known
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Mashrafe enjoyed playing sports like football and badminton when he was young, but was more inclined towards cricket.
He once deactivated his official Facebook fan page due to abusive comments on a photo uploaded by team-mate Nasir Hossain.
He was once approached for for spot-fixing in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).
Once he was purchased by Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in IPL but played only 1 match for them.
His Test debut was also his First-Class debut, which listed him among the 31st person ever in cricket history to do so.
Due to his frequent injuries, in 2009 he decided not to play Test cricket again to prolong his limited-overs career.
In 2004, Bangladesh registered their first victory against India, due to his bowling spell and 31 not out, which rewarded him with the Man of the Match Award.
The biggest upset in 2007 World Cup was created when Bangladesh knocked-out India in Port-of-Spain where he was declared Man of the Match for his 4 for 38.