Mohammed Abul Hasan
- Role : Bowler
- Bat : Left-hand bat
- Bowls : Right-arm medium-fast
- DOB : August 5, 1992, Kulaura, Sylhet
Mohammed Abul Hasan is a Bangladeshi all-rounder. He is a right-arm medium fast bowler and a worthwhile solid left-hand batsman. He played his debut first-class match at an age of 16 for Sylhet Division in October 2008. In 2016, Hasan was a part of Rajshahi Kings in the Bangladesh Premier League. His team finished the league at the second position. Hasan began his international career in July 2012, when Bangladesh visited Ireland for a T20 series. He also got chosen in the Bangladesh team for the 2012 ICC World T20, which was organized in Sri Lanka. Hasan played just one match against Pakistan and dismissed two batsmen. He was also selected for a series against the West Indies in 2012.
Hasan amassed a century batting at No. 10 in his Test debut. He became the second batsman in the cricketing history after Reggie Duff to smash a century as a debutant batting at No. 10. However, he could not succeed accordingly with the ball. He failed to take any wicket and conceded more than 100 runs on his debut. He earned his first Test wicket in March 2013.
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