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Zakirullah Khan, or more commonly known as Zakir Khan, is a Pakistani cricketer who, from 1984 to 1990, has played in two Test matches and 17 ODI matches for his country. He made his ODI debut on November 12, 1984, against New Zealand in the 1st ODI of New Zealand’s tour of Pakistan at Peshawar. He was awarded the Player of the Match in that ODI because he took four wickets in eight overs. He played his last ODI also against New Zealand on November 6, 1990, in the 3rd ODI at Sialkot. He made his Test debut against Sri Lanka on March 22, 1986, in the 3rd Test of Pakistan's tour of Sri Lanka at Colombo and played his last Test match against India on December 9, 1989, in the 4th Test, India's tour of Pakistan at Sialkot.
In 1992, he started working as a general manager for the Pakistan cricket board and later on also worked as its secretary. He was the director of not only domestic cricket in Pakistan, but also operations for the Pakistan cricket board. Although this wonderful pace bowler retired from cricket in 1992, he did not stop contributing for the game.
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