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    [VIDEOS/PICTURES] Ali Razzaq - son of former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq




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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post

    If his son becomes half an all rounder; Pak would be more than happy to have him!

    Nice to see Imran Nazir there!

    PS: What happened to Sachin's son?

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    He will be accused of being favored due to nepotism even if he is good. Uphill task for the kid.

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    So he will be playing for the Lahore Qalanders? The guy is lucky to have a quick promotion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WhenSultansBowled View Post
    If his son becomes half an all rounder; Pak would be more than happy to have him!

    Nice to see Imran Nazir there!

    PS: What happened to Sachin's son?
    Not really , Razzaq was an OK cricketer , not a good one, with one good performance in a year. His son has to be better than him to make to the Pakistan team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salman24 View Post
    He will be accused of being favored due to nepotism even if he is good. Uphill task for the kid.
    Razzaq was never truly favoured by the nepotistic groups. I doubt he has that kind of influence. His boy will come through on merit and will be respected for it

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    Rszzaq wasted an amazing talent, too lazy to work on both batting and bowling. For example hitting the seam should be 2nd nature to any Bowler looking to make a successful career, but Razzaq couldn't and what's worse that he didn't even know or never cared that he couldn't.

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    People often donít realize that he is the biggest age-fudger in Pakistan cricket history along with Waqar, Afridi, Raza Hassan, Iftikhar and Jamshed.

    He rapidly declined in his early 30s around 2004-2005, even though officially he was still in his mid 20s.

    He was incredible from 1999 to 2004. He bowled at 90+ and was a ferocious hitter. However, his pace rapidly declined as he aged and he didnít have the dedication to work hard on his fitness, and that ultimately impacted his batting as well.

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    People talk about Razzaq's hitting but I thought he had more than a decent technique to be a successful batsman. Could have become someone in the Watson mould. Be a mainstay batter in the line up and bowl a few overs as a more than capable 6th bowler.

    His bowling is overrated. Yeah he hit 140 clicks once in a while but nothing extraordinary. He was not a poor bowler by any means but sometimes I have heard Pakistanis talk about him like he was as good as Shoaib and Lee.

    He did get Sachin out a few times though but it was Sachin's fault of over targeting him as the a weak link in the lineup of 2 W's,Shoaib and Saqlian. He was not a part timer by any stretch but at the same time above average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    People often don’t realize that he is the biggest age-fudger in Pakistan cricket history along with Waqar, Afridi, Raza Hassan, Iftikhar and Jamshed.

    He rapidly declined in his early 30s around 2004-2005, even though officially he was still in his mid 20s.

    He was incredible from 1999 to 2004. He bowled at 90+ and was a ferocious hitter. However, his pace rapidly declined as he aged and he didn’t have the dedication to work hard on his fitness, and that ultimately impacted his batting as well.
    I've heard and know of age discrepancies of 2-5 years. You're putting him nearly a decade older. Got any proof? Just seems like a ridiculous allegation to make unless you were there the day he was born.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    People often don’t realize that he is the biggest age-fudger in Pakistan cricket history along with Waqar, Afridi, Raza Hassan, Iftikhar and Jamshed.

    He rapidly declined in his early 30s around 2004-2005, even though officially he was still in his mid 20s.

    He was incredible from 1999 to 2004. He bowled at 90+ and was a ferocious hitter. However, his pace rapidly declined as he aged and he didn’t have the dedication to work hard on his fitness, and that ultimately impacted his batting as well.
    i disagree completely. Forgot the October 2010 LOI against Saffers, where he tonked the 3 times as many sixes and played with tailenders to take Pak home. Unfortunately in 2012 the Imran Tahir wrong-uns ended his career (think he got bowled twice )

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    I think razzaq was 5-6 years older

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    People often donít realize that he is the biggest age-fudger in Pakistan cricket history along with Waqar, Afridi, Raza Hassan, Iftikhar and Jamshed.

    He rapidly declined in his early 30s around 2004-2005, even though officially he was still in his mid 20s.

    He was incredible from 1999 to 2004. He bowled at 90+ and was a ferocious hitter. However, his pace rapidly declined as he aged and he didnít have the dedication to work hard on his fitness, and that ultimately impacted his batting as well.
    Absolutely agreed, probably the biggest age fudger after Wasim and Waqar in the history of the game. Plus lack of desire when it comes to bowling didn't help him either.

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    Talent wise though he was right up there with the best of the best all-rounders the game has seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CleverSir View Post
    I've heard and know of age discrepancies of 2-5 years. You're putting him nearly a decade older. Got any proof? Just seems like a ridiculous allegation to make unless you were there the day he was born.
    Not a decade. 5-6 years. He didnít make his debut at 17, he was around 22-23. He was around 25-30 in 1999-2004, and he declined rapidly once he crossed the 30 mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShahidNaziir View Post
    i disagree completely. Forgot the October 2010 LOI against Saffers, where he tonked the 3 times as many sixes and played with tailenders to take Pak home. Unfortunately in 2012 the Imran Tahir wrong-uns ended his career (think he got bowled twice )
    Between 2004-2010, he only played 2-3 memorable innings. He was a caricature of his former self and his decline was very obvious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    People often donít realize that he is the biggest age-fudger in Pakistan cricket history along with Waqar, Afridi, Raza Hassan, Iftikhar and Jamshed.

    He rapidly declined in his early 30s around 2004-2005, even though officially he was still in his mid 20s.

    He was incredible from 1999 to 2004. He bowled at 90+ and was a ferocious hitter. However, his pace rapidly declined as he aged and he didnít have the dedication to work hard on his fitness, and that ultimately impacted his batting as well.
    You mean Hasan raza? He was young. Maybe not 14 but still young. Also you missed Aqib Javed who was supposedly 12 at FC debut

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    Quote Originally Posted by muhammad saad View Post
    Absolutely agreed, probably the biggest age fudger after Wasim and Waqar in the history of the game. Plus lack of desire when it comes to bowling didn't help him either.
    What do you was Wasim's real age in 2003, at the time of his retirement?

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    On a non cricketing note why hasn't anybody told him that the actual name is Abdur Razzaq and not Abdul Razzaq. On the contrary I remember him coming on TV and saying that his name is Abdul Razzaq (wrong) rather than the correct one

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    Who really cares about age fudging now that it happened 2 decades ago. Razzler was a show stopper and would have made every single World XI around 1999-2004.

    One of my favourite players.

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    Think the decline in bowling speeds was more down to fitness/dedication than age. His spot was virtually guaranteed in ODIs even once his pace had dropped so there wasnít much incentive either.

    Nevertheless he was a fine ODI cricketer for many years but never cracked it in tests and shouldnít have gotten to play so many tests many of which were down to his friendship with captain Inzi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silent ischemia View Post
    On a non cricketing note why hasn't anybody told him that the actual name is Abdur Razzaq and not Abdul Razzaq. On the contrary I remember him coming on TV and saying that his name is Abdul Razzaq (wrong) rather than the correct one
    So you are the expert on his own name not him?

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    Ali Razzaq in Mirpur Royals for KPL season 2 as emerging player. I guess he is the same guy, an all rounder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazza619 View Post
    Who really cares about age fudging now that it happened 2 decades ago. Razzler was a show stopper and would have made every single World XI around 1999-2004.

    One of my favourite players.
    He was good but this is a bit overboard. Think too much wine and kebabs were consumed on the evening of 27 October 2019 when this post was made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Local.Dada View Post
    People talk about Razzaq's hitting but I thought he had more than a decent technique to be a successful batsman. Could have become someone in the Watson mould. Be a mainstay batter in the line up and bowl a few overs as a more than capable 6th bowler.

    His bowling is overrated. Yeah he hit 140 clicks once in a while but nothing extraordinary. He was not a poor bowler by any means but sometimes I have heard Pakistanis talk about him like he was as good as Shoaib and Lee.

    He did get Sachin out a few times though but it was Sachin's fault of over targeting him as the a weak link in the lineup of 2 W's,Shoaib and Saqlian. He was not a part timer by any stretch but at the same time above average.

    He was among world's top allrounders from 1999-2005.

    I think you didn't watch him bowling in his pomp.
    He regularly bowled 140+ and swung it both ways and was very good with reverse swing too.

    His pace declined rapidly post 2003-04 and he was never the same bowler again.

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    We could do with a genuine all rounder. The apple never falls far from the tree


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    Quote Originally Posted by Officer Barbrady View Post
    Think the decline in bowling speeds was more down to fitness/dedication than age. His spot was virtually guaranteed in ODIs even once his pace had dropped so there wasnít much incentive either.

    Nevertheless he was a fine ODI cricketer for many years but never cracked it in tests and shouldnít have gotten to play so many tests many of which were down to his friendship with captain Inzi.
    true - he was a very lazy bowler. He started slowing down as early as 2002.

    He could easily bowl 140+ but he chose not to most of the time. I think one of his excuses was that they took away the new ball from him so he decided not to bowl fast as his role was different.

    However, when Azhar Mahmood was ever selected in the squad, all of a sudden he could crank it up and even hit 91.5mph in Australia in 2005 averaging around 87mph in a couple of matches.

    Abdul Razzaq had everything going for him - as a bowler he had sharpish pace and could swing it conventionally and reverse. With the bat, he could block or blast with the best of them. But he didnít work on his game much, he could have closed the gap between block and blast. He should have been a pivotal player for years but his laziness robbed us of a truly world class all rounder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashmal View Post
    He was among world's top allrounders from 1999-2005.

    I think you didn't watch him bowling in his pomp.
    He regularly bowled 140+ and swung it both ways and was very good with reverse swing too.

    His pace declined rapidly post 2003-04 and he was never the same bowler again.
    He had injuries, knee trouble and that made him struggle.



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    Razzaqs decline with the ball was startling

    pre 2003 he avged 25 with the ball in odis with 3 5 wkt hauls and took 153 wickets in 119 odi games
    post 2003 he avged 40 with the ball in odis with zero 5 wkt hauls and took 116 wkts in 146 odi games

    that was a huge fall from grace in terms of his bowling


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    Razzaq was definitely an age fudger. Must have been a good 4-5 years older than his official age.

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    That innings v SA!. All too sporadic and bit enough in meaningful matches

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhenSultansBowled View Post
    If his son becomes half an all rounder; Pak would be more than happy to have him!

    Nice to see Imran Nazir there!

    PS: What happened to Sachin's son?
    The 4th shot to the onside reminded me of Imran Nazir

    Overall felt too much emphasis on high elbows to look beautiful.

    Good luck to him though. Didn't know Razzler had such a grown up son Anyone following or know what has happened in the last 3 years?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pillionrider View Post
    The 4th shot to the onside reminded me of Imran Nazir

    Overall felt too much emphasis on high elbows to look beautiful.

    Good luck to him though. Didn't know Razzler had such a grown up son Anyone following or know what has happened in the last 3 years?
    Yep, noticed that as well!

    Ali Razzaq in Mirpur Royals for KPL season 2 as emerging player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pillionrider View Post
    The 4th shot to the onside reminded me of Imran Nazir

    Overall felt too much emphasis on high elbows to look beautiful.

    Good luck to him though. Didn't know Razzler had such a grown up son Anyone following or know what has happened in the last 3 years?
    As posted yesterday in this thread he is around 18 now (Ali Razzaq) and has been possibly (Unless there is some other Ali Razzaq) included as emerging player in the Mirpur Royals for KPL season 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    As posted yesterday in this thread he is around 18 now (Ali Razzaq) and has been possibly (Unless there is some other Ali Razzaq) included as emerging player in the Mirpur Royals for KPL season 2.
    Oh ok. Missed that amidst all the discussion on his father

    Hopefully he gets a game to strut his stuff if he has it, unlike Sachin's son who got a quota seat in MI but was benched without even the sniff of a chance of getting a game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhenSultansBowled View Post
    Yep, noticed that as well!
    Well, good luck to the young lad. Always exciting to see young pace bowling all rounders with the hope that one might develop into a good one as we have been blessed with some quality ones in Imran, Razzaq, Azhar but, haven't had a good once since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pillionrider View Post
    Oh ok. Missed that amidst all the discussion on his father

    Hopefully he gets a game to strut his stuff if he has it, unlike Sachin's son who got a quota seat in MI but was benched without even the sniff of a chance of getting a game.
    Well to be honest Abdul Razzaq is the head coach of Mirpur Royals in KPL.

    However, I hope he has gotten a nod because he is talented and Razzaq as an ex cricketer and coach believes he can deliver.

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    I saw him bowl on some YouTube vid. Looked very average but need more evidence to see if he has potential

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    In the U19 Championship:

    Ali Razzaq coming to bat at number four top-scored with a 98-ball 67. The right-handed batter struck nine fours during his 180 minutes stay at the crease.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Well, good luck to the young lad. Always exciting to see young pace bowling all rounders with the hope that one might develop into a good one as we have been blessed with some quality ones in Imran, Razzaq, Azhar but, haven't had a good once since.
    Haven't really seen Ali Razzaq bat or bowl so don't have an opinion on him but I have high hopes from Ahmed Khan in that role. Hopefully someone's keeping an eye on him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Third Man View Post
    Haven't really seen Ali Razzaq bat or bowl so don't have an opinion on him but I have high hopes from Ahmed Khan in that role. Hopefully someone's keeping an eye on him.
    Ahmeds bowling is very average. Needs to concentrate on his batting

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    In the U19 Championship:

    Ali Razzaq coming to bat at number four top-scored with a 98-ball 67. The right-handed batter struck nine fours during his 180 minutes stay at the crease.
    Video highlights



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Ahmeds bowling is very average. Needs to concentrate on his batting
    He swings the new ball really well (As per my observations at U19 and junior level cricket) if he can bowl good line and length he can be handy to use initial for 6-7 overs. Also he is young, speed can go up with time and training, we have seen with quite a few of our pacers. Control and swing with the new ball is something which young pacers have been difficult to find, for a change good to see a young pacer who likes bowling with the new ball rather then always striving for the older one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Third Man View Post
    Haven't really seen Ali Razzaq bat or bowl so don't have an opinion on him but I have high hopes from Ahmed Khan in that role. Hopefully someone's keeping an eye on him.
    Will be paying for Jammu Janbaz in KPL 2. Would be good opportunity for him to develop and showcase his skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    He swings the new ball really well (As per my observations at U19 and junior level cricket) if he can bowl good line and length he can be handy to use initial for 6-7 overs. Also he is young, speed can go up with time and training, we have seen with quite a few of our pacers. Control and swing with the new ball is something which young pacers have been difficult to find, for a change good to see a young pacer who likes bowling with the new ball rather then always striving for the older one.
    He looked tidy but I don't see a future for him as a proper AR, he looks to have a future a good batter with hitting abilities and as 6th bowler.

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    An all-round performance from Ali Razzaq guided Central Punjab U19 Whites to a 10-wicket win over Northern U19 Whites in the first round match of the National U19 Championship on Monday. In a Pool B encounter at the NBP Sports Complex, after being asked to follow-on, Northern U19 Whites were bowled out for 220 in the 94.4 overs.

    On day three, resuming their second innings at the overnight score of 90 for three, Mohammad Arshad batting at number eight scored 43 off 75 balls and knitted 53 runs for the seventh wicket with Dawood Nazar (34, 57b, four fours) to end up taking 25-run lead. Central Punjab Whites’ Ali Razzaq bagged three wickets for 27 from 7.2 overs. The all-rounder had also contributed 67 with the bat in the first innings. Ali was well supported by Mohammad Ibtisam who also took three wickets in the second innings.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    An all-round performance from Ali Razzaq guided Central Punjab U19 Whites to a 10-wicket win over Northern U19 Whites in the first round match of the National U19 Championship on Monday. In a Pool B encounter at the NBP Sports Complex, after being asked to follow-on, Northern U19 Whites were bowled out for 220 in the 94.4 overs.

    On day three, resuming their second innings at the overnight score of 90 for three, Mohammad Arshad batting at number eight scored 43 off 75 balls and knitted 53 runs for the seventh wicket with Dawood Nazar (34, 57b, four fours) to end up taking 25-run lead. Central Punjab Whites’ Ali Razzaq bagged three wickets for 27 from 7.2 overs. The all-rounder had also contributed 67 with the bat in the first innings. Ali was well supported by Mohammad Ibtisam who also took three wickets in the second innings.
    His performance with the ball



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    Some pictures of Ali







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    We need a Razzler!!

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    Abdul Razzaq speaking to a TV channel about inclusion of his son, Ali Razzaq, for a KPL Franchise

    “We have included him [Ali Razzaq] in emerging category so that he gets confidence. He will get an opportunity only if there is a dead rubber in the tournament. He has the potential to become a good cricketer. He also did well for the U19 side"

    “I’m hopeful that this season will help him prepare adequately for next year’s tournament"


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    If he's 70% of a cricketer Razzaq was in his prime, then it will bode very well for our cricket.

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