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Old July 27, 2007, 03:48 AM
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Default an all MUHAMMAD'S XI vs an all KHAN'S XI

i m just thinking about it
i got this one


1.shoiab MUHAMMAD
Short, occasionally strokeless, but with almost inhuman powers of concentration, Shoaib was very much the son of Hanif Mohammad. Usually an opener, like his father, he restricted himself mainly to off-side shots, and his cover-drive was the sweetest of the lot. A front-foot player, Shoaib scored five of his seven Test centuries against the pitch-it-up bowlers of New Zealand. He was an alert fielder in the covers, but just as comfortable roaming the deep on the leg side or under the helmet at short leg. As an occasional offspinner, he was just beneath the partnership-breaking category.

2.haneef MUHAMMAD
Hanif was the first star of Pakistan cricket, the "Little Master" who played the longest innings in Test history - his 970-minute 337 against West Indies in Bridgetown in 1957-58 - then followed it a year later with the highest first-class innings to that point, 499 run out. With such feats, broadcast on radio, he turned cricket in Pakistan from the preserve of the Lahore educated elite into the mass sport it is today. Although famous for his immaculate defence and never hitting the ball in the air, Hanif could also attack, and was probably the originator of the reverse-sweep. His versatility extended to captaining and keeping wicket, and bowling right- and left-handed in Test cricket. But in addition to being the jack of all trades, he was the master of one.

3.MUHAMMAD azhar-ud-din(C)
Those who saw this supreme batting artist at his peak will never forget him - sinewy wrists transforming a slender piece of willow into a magician's wand. Azhar's leg-side play was reminiscent of Zaheer Abbas and Greg Chappell - a Michelangelo in the midst of housepainters. In later years, he expanded his off-side repertoire, and conjured some of the finest innings played in the modern era - his 121 at Lord's in 1990 was one for the gods. His technique was suspect against the short stuff, a deficiency he sought to overcome through instinctive strokeplay, sometimes with cavalier disregard for the team situation. As captain, Azhar enjoyed tremendous success on made-to-order home pitches, while right to the end of his career he was peerless in the field, whether prowling the covers or pouching catches at slip. He announced his arrival, against England in 1984-85, with three hundreds in his first three Tests, a feat that has never been match, while his last Test innings also bore him a hundred. But then allegations of match-fixing provided an emphatic full stop. That he finished his career with 99 Tests is perhaps appropriate for one who came within a whisker of batting immortality - only to throw it all away at close of play.

4.MUHAMMAD yousuf
Until his conversion to Islam in 2005, Mohammad Yousuf (formely known as Yousuf Youhana) was one of a handful of Christians to play for Pakistan. After a difficult debut against South Africa in 1997-98, he quickly established himself as a stylish world-class batsman, and a pillar of Pakistan's middle order, alongside Inzamam-ul-Haq. He is no sluggard, but gathers his runs through orthodox, composed strokeplay, unlike some of his colleagues who seldom hint at permanence. He is particularly strong driving through the covers and flicking wristily off his legs and brings with him as decadent and delicious a backlift as any in the game. A tendency to overbalance when playing across his front leg can get him into trouble. He excels at both versions of the game, and in one-day cricket can score 20 or 30 runs before anyone notices. He is quick between the wickets although not necessarily the best judge of a single. There had been questions about his temperament as batsman when the pressure is on, but between 2004 and 2005, he began to silence critics. First came a spellbindingly languid century against the Australians in Melbourne, as captain to boot, where he ripped into Shane Warne like few Pakistani batsmen have before or since. A century in the cauldron of Kolkatta followed but he ended the year with possibly his most important knock: a double century against England at Lahore so easy on the eye, you almost didn't notice it. Yousuf displaying an unusual responsibility, eschewing the waftiness that has previously blighted him. In 2006, Yousuf truly came of age in a record-breaking year. He began by plundering India and continued in England, not just scoring under pressure, but scoring big. A double ton at Lord's was followed by another big hundred at Headingly and the Oval. He rounded off a fantastic year with four hundreds in three Tests against the West Indies, a feat that took him past Viv Richards's long-standing record of most Test runs in a calendar year and also saw him establish the record for most Test hundreds (9) in a year. A poor World Cup - and he certainly wasn't alone - didn't deter from the impression that Yousuf, with Inzamam-ul-Haq gone, had taken over as Pakistan's premier batsman.

5.MUHAMMAD ashraful
On September 8, 2001, at the Sinhalese Sports Club in Colombo, Mohammad Ashraful turned a terrible mismatch into a slice of history by becoming the youngest man - or boy - to make a Test century. Bangladesh still crashed to heavy defeat, but "Matin" brought hope and consolation with a sparkling hundred, repeatedly dancing down to hit the Sri Lankan spinners, including Muralitharan, back over their heads ... and on his debut, too. It was the day before his 17th birthday according to some sources, and 63 days after it according to most others: either way, he broke the long-standing record set by Mushtaq Mohammad (17 years 82 days) when he made 101 for Pakistan against India in 1960-61. Inevitably, such a heady early achievement proved hard to live up to, and after a prolonged poor run Ashraful was dropped for England's first visit in October 2003. He returned to the side a better player, but no less flamboyant, as he demonstrated with a glorious unbeaten 158 in defeat against India at Chittagong late in 2004. Still not 21 when Bangladesh made their maiden tour of England the following year, Ashraful confirmed his status as one for the future at Cardiff, when his brilliantly paced century set Bangladesh up for their astonishing victory over Australia in the NatWest Series. But Ashraful didn't fulfil his evident potential on the tour of Sri Lanka that followed, often getting out to loose shots, and made little impact against the Australians early in 2006 either. An extended run of poor form forced the management to drop Ashraful for the final qualifying match of the Champions Trophy against Zimbabwe. He was also omitted from the squad for the home series against Zimbabwe in December but was immediately recalled after slamming 263 for Dhaka Division against Chittagong Division in the domestic four-day competition. He was appointed Bangladesh's captain in June 2007 at the tender age of 22.

6.mushtaq MUHAMMAD
Mushtaq was not the most talented of the five Mohammad brothers who emigrated from Western India to Karachi, but he scored the most first-class hundreds, more even than Hanif, thanks partly to the greater opportunities he had in county cricket with Northamptonshire. He was also one of the first reverse-sweepers (a stroke he learned from Hanif), and one of the first bat-twirlers at the crease. As a bowler of the legbreak, googly and flipper, he also took more first-class wickets than any of his brothers. Northants were impressed enough to pay him to spend two years in qualifying for them, before instant registration began in 1968. But his age, and his claim to be the youngest Test centurymaker, should be treated with caution. A couple of years may have got lost in emigration.

7.MUHAMMAD salim
he is the only wicket keeper named as mohammad so he deseve a place in the side he played two test in 2003 (thanks beamer)

8.MUHAMMAD rafique
An accurate, rhythmical slow left-armer, Rafique played in Bangladesh's inaugural Test in November 2000, and was far from outclassed, producing his side's most economical figures. His career hit the rocks shortly afterwards, when his bowling action was reported as suspect, but he bounced back in May 2003, with 6 for 77 against South Africa at Dhaka. It was the best bowling performance by a Bangladeshi in 19 Tests at the time - and only their third five-wicket haul - and it spurred Rafique on to greater things. Later in 2003 he was the leading wicket-taker in the series against England. He can bat a bit too, usually employing the long handle. His 77 at Hyderabad in May 1998 was instrumental in Bangladesh's victory over Kenya - surprisingly, their first in seven attempts - while in May 2004 he carved an astonishing 111 from No. 9 to help secure a precious first-innings lead against West Indies in St Lucia. His 5 for 65 helped Bangladesh win their first Test, against Zimbabwe at Chittagong early in 2005, and he also played a vital role in turning around the one-day series that followed. He was named Bangladesh's Cricketer of the Year for 2004-05, and survived a public training-ground argument with coach Dav Whatmore to play a role in the national side past his 36th birthday. Nine wickets as Bangladesh almost upset Australia at Fatullah in April 2006 edged him towards a notable double of 1000 runs and 100 wickets in Tests. Against Zimbabwe in November, Rafique became the first Bangladesh player to complete that double in one-day internationals.

9.MUHAMMAD sami
One of a new generation of Pakistan fast bowlers, Mohammad Sami initially forced his way into the Test team with outstanding performances in domestic cricket and had an immediate impact in his first Test with five wickets against New Zealand. Then, in only his third Test, he notched a hat-trick, eking out the last three Sri Lankans in the Asian Test Championship final and he also has an ODI hat-trick. But since those early years, and especially after the World Cup 2003, when he was expected to become the Pakistan spearhead after the retirements of Wasim and Waqar, his story has been a fitful and thus far disappointing one.

Series after series has seen him disappoint as a stream of promising paceman have overtaken him, including the likes of Rana Naved-ul-Hasan, Umar Gul and Mohammad Asif. Occasionally when the mood takes him, he can be threatening, as he was for some of the India series in 2005, especially at Kolkatta and the occasional ODI. For the most part he has been surprisingly ineffective and prone to leaking runs. So poor was his form after the India series in early 2006, he was finally dropped from the tour to Sri Lanka was lucky to be selected for the tour to England that summer, after a number of Pakistan's frontline bowlers were injured.

Nobody seems to be entirely sure where the problem lies either - he has been given the new-ball with license to attack, he has come on as first-change. He is fit - one of the fittest in the team - and athletic. From a shortish run-up and high action he generates surprising pace, settled in the mid-to-late eighties but with occasional forays into the nineties. He also quickly mastered traditional outswing and reverse-swing and bowls a mean yorker. Some say it is a confidence thing but a bowling average of nearly 50 after 26 Tests (and a strike rate of over 80) means that opportunities might be limited when other pacemen are fit again. It would have been an unthinkable thought when he took eight wickets on his Test debut.

10.MUHAMMAD zahid
Mohammad Zahid is another new lethal fast bowler from Punjab thus keeping alive the Province's tradition of producing fast bowlers. He is said to be a genuine fast bowler produced after a long period of time. He took 11 wkts in his debut test against New Zealand and became the only Pakistani to have taken 10 wkts or more on his debut. Although he still needs some improvement in his line and length, his bowling is really devastating and can tear a batting side into pieces. He picked up a back injury in the tour to Sri Lanka and after his back operation has not yet made his return to the world of cricket. All Pakistan cricket fans hope it wont be long before he comes back to the Pakistan side to strengthen its already formidable bowling attack.

11.MUHAMMAD asif
When he made his debut against Australia at Sydney in January 2005, little suggested that Pakistan's long tradition of happening upon blitzing fast bowlers would continue. Bob Woolmer, the Pakistan coach, kept faith, calling Asif the most improved player in the country in late 2005. By taking ten wickets in a warm-up game against England, he proved Woolmer right. He made an impressive ODI debut one day after his 23rd birthday, dismissing Marcus Trescothick with his third ball and ending with 2 for 14 off seven incisive overs. Tall, lean and possessed of a little more muscle than on his debut, Asif generates pace a medium-pacer would aspire to and a tearaway would loosen up with, around mid to late 80mph. He has mind-numbing control over his bowling, a terrifically sharp bowling brain, stamina as well as the useful ability to seam the ball both ways on most pitches. His action has modified slightly since his debut, but is repetitive and claimed him seven plumb wickets at Karachi, as Pakistan sealed a famous home series win against India. Since then, he has blossomed magnificently. He was almost single-handedly responsible for Pakistan's Test series win in Sri Lanka, taking 17 wickets in two Tests. England seemed tailor-made for his particular gifts in the summer of 2006, but an elbow injury before the first Test ruled him out until the final Test, by which time Pakistan had lost the series. A promising career was apparently cut short when he tested positive for a banned steroid, but the ban was eventually overturned, allowing him to continue. But there remained a residue: he was dropped from the World Cup squad at the very last moment, ostensibly on grounds of an elbow injury. Much speculation at the time suggested it was because of fears that traces of the steroid remained in his body. However, he returned to the international scene after being appointed vice captain for Pakistan's tour to Abu Dhabi and was back to his annoyingly best right from the start. The doping taint apart, he remains undoubtedly the world's most promising young bowling talent.
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Old July 27, 2007, 03:49 AM
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can any body tell me any keeper
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Interesting thread. Here are a few worthy mentions : M Nazir ( Pak ), Dave M ( WI ), M Kaif ( India ) and wk M Salim ( BD- played one test ).
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Interesting thread. Here are a few worthy mentions : M Nazir ( Pak ), Dave M ( WI ), M Kaif ( India ) and wk M Salim ( BD- played one test ).
Md. Kaif needs to be in the team because he's good. Md. Selim, because he's the only keeper one can think of. M Nafees Iqbal Khan and M Mahmudullah Riyad are also available.
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Read what you have posted. (Also give us the link where you had the information from. This would be a good practice)
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Hanif ....His versatility extended to captaining and keeping wicket, and bowling right- and left-handed in Test cricket....
Also why do you spell his name Haneef in bold?
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Funny thread Abdulrahee.

Mohammad XI.

be careful of what you say here bro. Too many Mohammad's in one page.

CIA/Interpol/MI6/Al-Qeada they all will be watching with different interests.
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When I was growing up in Dhaka most of the boys had a Mohammad or Muhammad in front of their names.
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Old July 28, 2007, 11:14 AM
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Keeping:

Read what you have posted. (Also give us the link where you had the information from. This would be a good practice)


Also why do you spell his name Haneef in bold?
but he is not a geniun keeper i really dont know he did wicket keeping in any match

i found this information from cric info
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now when the team of all MUHAMMAD'S completed i think of a team of KHAN'S
i got this best XI

1.mohsin hasan KHAN
2.bazid KHAN
3.younis KHAN
4.imran KHAN(C)
5.majid KHAN
6.shahid KHAN afridi
7.moin KHAN+
8.zaheer KHAN
9.arshad KHAN
10...??
11..??

can any body complete the team so i can put the details of player
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now when the team of all MUHAMMAD'S completed i think of a team of KHAN'S
i got this best XI

1.mohsin hasan KHAN
2.bazid KHAN
3.younis KHAN
4.imran KHAN(C)
5.majid KHAN
6.shahid KHAN afridi
7.moin KHAN+
8.zaheer KHAN
9.arshad KHAN
10...??
11..??

can any body complete the team so i can put the details of player
sorry i khan't help you on this matter
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you may include olever khan
and also mohammad haeez and dav mohammad
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you may include olever khan
Oliver Khan ? Yeah, he was a better keeper than Moin.
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Interesting thread. Here are a few worthy mentions : M Nazir ( Pak ), Dave M ( WI ), M Kaif ( India ) and wk M Salim ( BD- played one test ).
would dave muhammad qualify?

if you look in the american amateur league there would be plenty of 'brothers' wearing oversized baseball tops called muhammad. if they are good at baseball chances are that they might be able to swing a cricket bat as well. once in a while, some contact should follow
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sorry i khan't help you on this matter
iskandar khan and asif khan. these two chaps play in the lower leagues of yorkshire..
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iskandar khan and asif khan. these two chaps play in the lower leagues of yorkshire..
asif is also a taxi driver by profession so he could drive the team coach
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Md. Mushfiqur Rahim as a keeper...im sure he's better than Md Salim
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Md. Mushfiqur Rahim as a keeper...im sure he's better than Md Salim
Aha ...
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so now what...
Khan XI vs Muhammad XI ?

lets see who wins...
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so now what...
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lets see who wins...
I guess Md. Nafees Iqbal Khan will continue to battle himself.
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there is a player name khan mohammad pakistans first geniun strike bowler
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there is a player name khan mohammad pakistans first geniun strike bowler
which team is he going to play for?
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great thread!

Here's one you might like to consider:

Mohammad Jabbar - Right hand aggresive bat, right-hand swing bowler. 0 Tests, 50 club games (Melbourne district leagues and club leagues).

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there is a player name khan mohammad pakistans first geniun strike bowler
interesting thread
yes he should be there
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which team is he going to play for?
should make him refree
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