Iftikhar Ahmed PSL Records & Stats- Runs, Matches, Strike Rate, Wickets

Iftikhar Ahmed PSL Stats

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Iftikhar Ahmed, born on September 3, 1990, is a Pakistani cricketer who represents the national team in both T20 and ODI formats. He has previously played for Karachi Kings, Islamabad United, and Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League. In the upcoming HBL PSL Season 9, he is set to represent Multan Sultans. Ahmed made his international debut for the Pakistan cricket team in November 2015.

Iftikhar Ahmed PSL Records & Stats- Runs, Matches, Strike Rate, Wickets

Iftikhar Ahmed PSL Records & Stats

Iftikhar Ahmed’s performance in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) reflects his versatility as a player. In 57 innings, he has showcased consistency with the bat, scoring a total of 777 runs at an average of 15.5 runs per innings. He has registered four half-centuries, with a highest score of 71.

On the bowling front, Ahmed has contributed with 10 wickets, bowling an average of 0.4 overs per match. While his bowling stats are modest, he has shown effectiveness in taking wickets, averaging 0.3 wickets per innings.

In the field, Ahmed’s involvement is significant, with a fielding percentage of 57% overall. He is a reliable catcher, with a catch percentage of 54% in matches he has played.

Overall, Ahmed’s stats in the PSL underline his value as an all-round performer, contributing with both bat and ball, while also making an impact in the field.

Highest Score715271
Run Per Inn15.516.914.4
Run Per Match13.616.211.8
Boundary (In Ball)
4s (In Ball)12.610.515.5
6s (In Ball)19.021.717.0
Over Per Match0.40.50.2
Wicket Per Inn0.30.30.0
Wicket Per Match0.10.20.0
Wicket (In Ball)
Wicket (In Runs)33.026.888.0
Field In Match %57 %58 %56 %
Catch In Match %54 %52 %56 %

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Iftikhar Ahmed Domestic & T20 Career

Iftikhar Ahmed’s cricketing journey has been marked by consistent performances and notable achievements across various tournaments and formats. In the 2017–18 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, he emerged as the leading run-scorer for Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, amassing 735 runs in eleven matches.

His prowess was further highlighted in the final of the 2016–17 Regional One Day Cup, where he played a stellar innings of 131 not out and also contributed with three wickets for 12 runs. This performance earned him the joint man of the match award. Additionally, he topped the batting charts for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the 2017 Pakistan Cup, scoring 244 runs in four matches.

Moving forward, Ahmed continued to excel, representing Sindh in the 2018 Pakistan Cup and making significant contributions with the bat, including a memorable century against Balochistan. He maintained his form as the highest run-scorer for Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited in the 2018–19 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, accumulating 660 runs in seven matches.

His talent didn’t go unnoticed as he earned selection in various squads, including Punjab’s team for the 2019 Pakistan Cup and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s squad for the 2019–20 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.

Ahmed’s success extended beyond domestic cricket, as he led Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to victory in the 2021–22 National T20 Cup, where he was named both player of the final and player of the tournament.

Internationally, he made headlines while playing for Fortune Barishal in the 2022–23 Bangladesh Premier League, where he scored his maiden T20 century.

In the upcoming Season 9 of HBL PSL, Ahmed will be a key player for Multan Sultans, bringing with him a wealth of experience and a proven track record of success.

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