Sikandar Raza Net Worth 2024, Teams, Age, Girl Friend, Stats & More

Sikandar Raza Butt is a Pakistani-born Zimbabwean international cricketer. He is an all-rounder, who bats right-handed and bowls right arm off-spin. He made his international…

Sikandar Raza

Sikandar Raza Butt is a Pakistani-born Zimbabwean international cricketer. He is an all-rounder, who bats right-handed and bowls right arm off-spin. He made his international debut for Zimbabwe in May 2013.

Raza was born in Sialkot, Pakistan, on 24 April 1986. He moved to Zimbabwe with his family in 2002. He made his first-class debut for Mashonaland Eagles in 2007-08. He was the top run-scorer for Mashonaland Eagles in 2010-11, with 713 runs at an average of 51.00.

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Full NameSikandar Raza Butt
Net Worth$1.5 million
Girl Friendengaged
BornApril 24, 1986
(age 37 years old)
Birth PlaceSialkot, Pakistan
Playing RoleAll-rounder
International DebutMay 2013 (ODI)
Test DebutDecember 2013
(against South Africa)
ODI Matches59
ODI Runs2,205
Test Matches13
Test Runs722
ODI Wickets64
Test Wickets25
Marital StatusMarried
ReligionMuslim
HobbiesGolf, video games

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Sikandar Raza: Career Highlights

International Cricket:

  • Top scorer for Zimbabwe in the 2015 Cricket World Cup (333 runs) and the 2019 Cricket World Cup (342 runs).
  • Fastest ODI century for Zimbabwe (54 balls against Netherlands in 2023).
  • First Zimbabwean player to score an ODI century and take four wickets in the same match (against Netherlands in 2023).
  • Consistently ranked among the top all-rounders in ODI cricket.

Domestic Cricket:

  • Won the Player of the Match award in the final of the 2010 edition of the Zimbabwean domestic Twenty20 competition.
  • Represented various domestic teams in Zimbabwe, including Mashonaland Eagles, Mountaineers, and Southern Rocks.
  • Played in various franchise leagues around the world, including the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Other Achievements:

  • Featured in international publications like GQ South Africa.
  • Became the first Zimbabwean player to score an IPL half-century (57 runs) for Punjab Kings in 2023.

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