- Role :
- Bat : Right-hand bat
- Bowls : Right-arm fast-medium
- DOB : December 14, 1979, Chittagong
A right-handed top-order batsman, Mohammed Nazimuddin Ahmed, made his first-class debut at the age of 16 for Chittagong Division in the 2000-01 season. Consistent performances soon earned him a place in the Under-19 and A teams. His performance against England A in 2007 prompted a call-up to the national side. He performed well in the T20 World Championship and smashed 81 runs against Pakistan. By that time, he had carved his niche in the world of cricket where everyone in the nation was applauding him for his achievements and contribution towards the triumph. However, he could not replicate his success in the ODIs. Less than a year later in 2008, he joined the rebel ICL and was handed a 10-year ban by the BCB.
Nizamuddin made his comeback after the ban was lifted. He quit after one season. Two years later, he made his Test debut against Pakistan in 2011. He played only 3 Tests, but they were marginally impressive. Although he has not been included in the national squad for the past two years, he continues to feature in first-class and List A cricket. Recapitulating, his career has always been a significant milestone for him.
Batting and fielding averages
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