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  • Irfan Pathan Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Caste, Wiki & More

    Updated On : October 25, 2019

    Other Name: Guddu, Irfan Khan Pathan, Irfan Khan

    Irfan Pathan Age, Birthday Facts and Birthday Countdown


    35 years, 6 months, 28 days old age Irfan Pathan will turn 36 on 27 October, 2020. Only 5 months, 1 days, 40 minutes has left for his next birthday.

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    Short Biography

    Irfan Pathan was born on 27-10-1984 in Vadodara in the state of Gujarat, India. He is an Indian Cricket Player.

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    Irfan Pathan Complete Bio & Career

    Pathan raised to get elected in the  Baroda cricket team, at U-14 and after he was selected as a U-15 level to represent the  Baroda in a national tournament, he was ultimately performed with a full set of cricket stuff, due to his family's insufficient financial means. In December 1997, he got selected into Baroda U-16 team, and against Gujarat, he took one wicket at 35 runs and scored 1 and even 11 in both the innings. Afterwards, he was dropped instantly. Even for two years, he could not play Under-16s, and on Nov 1999, he made his appearance, again this time against Maharashtra for Baroda U-19s.In this match, he scored 61 and 9 runs with the bat and with bowling, he took three wickets at 41 runs led to a victory. Domestic career he started against Bengal on Mar 2001,

    In the early of 2002, his name was selected for U-19 Cricket World Cup held in New Zealand, where he showed his excellent performance by taking six wickets with an avg of 27.50 and with the bat he scored 30 runs, taking the 2/18 which led to victory over South Africa. In December 2003, Pathan played his first Test match at Adelaide Oval against Australia at the age of 19. In this match, he got the chance to play on the place of left-arm bowler Zaheer Khan who was injured for this match. He had scored 150 runs and took the wicket of Matthew Hayden. In the tri-series ODI series against Australia and Zimbabwe, he took 16 wickets with an avg of 31. He became the highest wicket-taker in that series. Based on his best bowling figure of 4/24 against Zimbabwe at Waka Ground in Perth, his name was announced for the Man of the Match award.

    He used to bowl very dynamically on the 2004-Pakistan tour. In this, series he had an emerging performance of taking 12 wickets and was the first ever Indian bowler who spelt the highest Maiden overs. Despite that India won the series for the first time in the last two decades on their excellent bowling spells. They not only overwhelmed everyone but also with the batting. When all the openers were out in the Test match in Lahore, he was the one who scored surprisingly 49 runs.

    In Pathan, is having a special talent to swing the ball from both sides and in the way in which Parija has played in Lahore, it can be found that they have the capacity to become all-rounders. He also won the Icc Emerging Player of the Year title in 2004. He also showed shiningly in the Asia Cup held in Sri Lanka in 2004. In this tournament, he took 14 wickets with an avg of 16.28 and appeared in front of all spectators. In the 2004 ICC Champions Trophy, he had taken five wickets.

    Pathan has also made notable gains in batting. Against Australia played in 2004, he scored 31 and 55 runs. It was their first half-century when all batsmen in the first Test match had poor batting. Middlesex Country Cricket Club had signed Pathan sometime after, but where Pathan tried to come in his form. Since 2018, he has started c ommentating.

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    Irfan Pathan Family, Relatives and Other Relations

    He was born to Mehmood Khan Pathan and Samimbanu Pathan. Cricketer Yusuf Pathan is his elder brother. He is married to Safa Baig since 2016. The couple together has a son named Imran Khan Pathan.

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    Body Measurements

    Chest Size 42
    Biceps Size 14
    Waist Size 32
    Skin Colour Fair
    Eye Colour Black
    Hair Colour Black

    Personal Info

    Home Town Vadodara
    Nationality Indian
    Religion Islam
    Address Vadodara, Gujarat, India
    School N/A
    College N/A
    Qualification N/A
    Hobbies Travelling and Listening to Music
    Marital Status Married
    Debut Test - 12 December 2003 v Australia
    ODI - 9 January 2004 v Australia
    T20I - 1 December 2006 v South Africa
    Best Friends VVS Laxman and Yuvraj Singh
    Salary N/A
    Net Worth $10 Million
    Official Website N/A

    Collections

    Car Collections Range Rover

    Favourites

    Favorite Color Blue
    Favorite Player Yuvraj Singh
    Favorite Sport Cricket
    Favorite Actor Shah Rukh Khan
    Favorite Singer Mohammed Rafi
    Favorite Song Chaudvi Ka Chand Ho
    Favorite Place Sydney
    Favorite Food Butter Chicken

    Shocking / Interesting Facts & Secrets About Irfan Pathan

    • He participated in the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa in 2015.
    • Irfan and Yusuf are half-brothers. Because they were born to different mothers but have one father.
    • His parents wished him to become an Islamic scholar since his childhood.
    • His favourite Bollywood movie is Hera Pheri.
    • He is a fan of the ace singers Sonu Nigam and Lucky Ali.
    • His most favourite destination to spend vacations are Australia and Greece.
    • He was named by the International Cricket Council as the 2004 Emerging Player of the Year.
    • During the 2011–12 Ranji Trophy, where he was the leading wicket-taker of the season.
    • He holds the World record for the double – 1000 runs and 100 wickets in the quickest time in an ODI career as per the stats of 29 January 2013.

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