- All Rounder
- December 31, 1987 (age 31 years
- Batting Style
- Bowling Style
- Leg break
- Current Team
Samiullah Shinwari is a right-gave batsman and a leg-break bowler, who plays for Afghanistan. He made his First-Class debut against Zimbabwe XI in August 2009. Shenwari was a piece of the Afghan group that got elevated to Division Two, enabling them to take an interest in the 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifier, where they picked up ODI status.
Shenwari made his ODI debut against Scotland in April 2009. He made his T20I debut on February 2010 against Ireland. From that point forward, Shenwari has been a significant piece of the Afghan group.
On March 1, 2014, Shenwari scored a splendid 81 against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup, in this way helping his group register their first ODI win against a Test-playing country. He put on a 164-run association alongside Asghar Stanikzai for the 6th wicket, which is the fifth most noteworthy organization for the 6th wicket in the historical backdrop of ODI Cricket and the third most noteworthy ODI association for Afghanistan.
Shenwari has been an exceptionally valuable allrounder for Afghanistan. Aside from being a conservative bowler, Shenwari has been extremely helpful with the bat too. His present batting normal is over 35 and he has additionally gotten more than 40 wickets in ODIs at an economy rate of under five. He has been normal in the national side and is relied upon to be picked in the playing XI for the World Cup 2015 too.