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Born November 25, 1987, Karachi, Sind Major teams Karachi Harbour, Karachi Urban, Karachi Zebras, Pakistan International Airlines, Pakistan Under-19s, Sind Batting style Right-hand bat Bowling style Right-arm medium-fast

Last Updated - 16 September 2008

Full name Anwar Ali

Born November 25, 1987, Karachi, Sind

Major teams Karachi Harbour, Karachi Urban, Karachi Zebras, Pakistan International Airlines, Pakistan Under-19s, Sind
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium-fast

Thoughts

Anwar Ali is a fast bowler out of the typical Pakistani mould, capable of swinging the ball, both old and new, at decent pace. He gave the world a brief glimpse of his talents with a destructive display in the 2006 Under-19 World Cup final against India, in Colombo, when his 5 for 35 spearheaded Pakistan's 38-run win.

His early efforts in first-class cricket also brought some success and not only with the ball as an unbeaten century showed that he is more than able to contribute down the order. He was pushed a closer to a full international opportunity shortly after his 20th birthday (belated compared to some Pakistan players) when he was named in a training squad ahead of the one-day series against Zimbabwe early in 2008.