Noor Ali Zadran
Noor Ali Zadran is a right-hand batsman and right-arm medium pacer, as of now a piece of the Afghan cricket group. He refers to Ricky Pointing as his motivation and cricketing saint. Ali made his universal introduction for the Afghnistan U-17 group against UAE in 2004. Ali made his Twenty presentation for Afghanistan in the 2007 ACC Twenty20 Cup against Oman.
Ali was a piece of the quickly rising Afghan group from 2008 to 2009 when it was elevated to Division Two enabling them to take an interest in the 2009 World Cup qualifiers. He made his List An introduction in the qualifiers against Denmark. In the Super Eights, he scored 122 against Canada. Later that year, he made his ODI debut for Afghanistan against Scotland and scored 45 keeps running in his first match.
Ali’s top of the line debut additionally came in 2009 against Zimbabwe XI and he scored a century on introduction. In Afghanistan’s second innings, Ali followed up his heroics in the principal innings by hitting precisely a hundred and staying unbeaten when the match was pronounced a draw. During Afghanistan’s 2009 Netherlands visit, Ali made a splendid 50 in the second innings that helped his group to a one wicket triumph over the resistance. He kept performing at the five star level in the Intercontinental Cup.
He made his T20I debut in the 2010 Quadrangular Twenty20 Series in Sri Lanka. Following that he was a piece of Afghanistan’s triumphant 2010 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier winning squad. Around the same time, he made his lady ODI century against Canada hitting 114 in Sharjah. From that point forward, Ali has been a basic piece of both the ODI and T20 groups for Afghanistan.