Full name: Saeed Anwar
Birth Date: 6 September 1968
Batting Style: Left-handed
Bowling style: Slow left arm
National side: Pakistan (Saeed Anwar Pakistani Cricketer)
Test debut: 23 November 1990 v West Indies
ODI debut: 1 January 1989 v West Indies
Saeed Anwar Pakistani Cricketer born in 6th September in the year of 1968 in Karachi, Pakistan. He is a past Pakistani international cricketer. As an opening batsman and irregular slow left arm bowler, Saeed Anwar played international cricket since the year of 1989 till 2003. Saeed Anwar played total 55 international Test matches and scoring total 4052 runs with 11 centuries, average run rate is 45.52. In 247 ODIs he made total 8824 runs at an average of 39.21 run rate. Anwar made twenty centuries in ODIs which is more than any other Pakistani batsmen in this format of international cricket.
Saeed Anwar Pakistani Cricketer
Saeed Anwar got a pair at his international Test debut against the West Indies in the year of 1990. Then he scored 169 runs in his third Test against New Zealand in the month of February, 1994. In between the year of 1998 and 1999, he became the third Pakistani player to carry his bat through a Test innings and scored his highest score of 188 runs with not out. He made 4 One Day International centuries at Sharjah Cup including three consecutive in the year of 1993 and 1994. Saeed Anwar scored two consecutive successful centuries on three special occasions in his career. He is the most prominent cricket player to score 194 runs against India in Chennai in the year of 1997, the highest score at that time and till now the joint Seventh highest individual scores in an One Day International. He contributed in three World Cups and captained Pakistan in seven international Tests and eleven One Day Internationals. In the month of August 2003, he declared his retirement from official International cricket.