32 Facts About Kamran Akmal

1. Kamran Akmal is a Pakistani cricketer, who plays Tests, ODIs and T20Is for Pakistan as a right-handed wicket-keeper—batsman.

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2. Kamran Akmal is a Pakistani cricketer who was born in 13 January 1982.

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3. Kamran Akmal is the second most successful wicketkeeper for Pakistan in Tests after Wasim Bari.

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4. Kamran Akmal has represented various teams in leagues across the globe.

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5. Kamran Akmal was a part of the Rajasthan Royals franchise during the inaugural edition of the IPL.

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6. Kamran Akmal is by far the most successful wicketkeeper for Pakistan in T20 cricket.

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7. Kamran Akmal holds the record for most dismissals in a T20 match.

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8. Kamran Akmal got a look in again and soon he became the permanent wicketkeeper of the National Side.

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9. Kamran Akmal was picked up in the national team for the tour to Zimbabwe in 2002.

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10. Kamran Akmal was the youngest in the side along with Raza, both being 15 years of age.

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11. Kamran Akmal represented the Pakistan U19 team in a series against the Australia U19 in 1997.

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12. Kamran Akmal was seen as a potential wicket keeping batsman at a very young age.

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13. Kamran Akmal was born on January 13, 1982 at Pindi Bhattian.

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14. Kamran Akmal is one of the finest wicketkeepers to have represented Pakistan.

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15. Kamran Akmal is their leading scorer while Wahab Riaz is their leading wicket taker.

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16. Kamran Akmal hit the most number of sixes in a domestic T20 match in Pakistan and became the third batsman to make five consecutive fifties in T20 cricket.

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17. Kamran Akmal was picked for US$50,000 by the Peshawar Zalmi side.

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18. Kamran Akmal played five matches in the tournament, as Wicket-keeper and top-order batsman, including the final of the tournament against the Chennai Super Kings.

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19. Kamran Akmal married in 2006 and lives with his wife, Aaiza, and their daughter, Laiba.

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20. Kamran Akmal was dropped for the third test, being replaced by Sarfraz Ahmed.

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21. Kamran Akmal was notable for his quick stumpings, dismissing 4 batsmen in one match against Netherlands.

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22. Kamran Akmal was replaced by Sarfraz Ahmed who performed very well at the domestic level and because of Sarfraz's strong showing in the U-19 World Cup.

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23. Kamran Akmal married in 2006 and lives with his wife, Aiza, their daughter, Laiba, and their son Ayyan.

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24. Kamran Akmal started his international career in November 2002 with a Test match which Pakistan won at Harare Sports Club.

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25. In the first innings Kamran Akmal dropped a catch of Eoin Morgan when he was on 23 who then went on to score 130.

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26. Kamran Akmal has been constantly criticized for his lack of consistent wicket-keeping.

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27. Kamran Akmal was able to recover from the operation to participate in the two-match test series but Zulqarnain Haider was selected ahead of him.

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28. On 12 November 2008, Kamran Akmal hit three consecutive 6s in the last over.

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29. Kamran Akmal was part of the Pakistan team that won the T20 World Cup in 2009.

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30. Kamran Akmal was named in the 30 man probable squad for the 2008 ICC Champions Trophy.

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31. Kamran Akmal was dropped for the 2008 Asia Cup as a result of his poor wicket-keeping.

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32. Kamran Akmal is a quick-scoring batsman and a wicket-keeper, who has achieved 6 centuries in Test cricket.

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