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Mohammad Tauqeer

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Mohammad Tauqeer

Mohammad Tauqir
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Batting style Right-handed batsman
Bowling style Right-arm off break
Source: [1], 29 April 2007

Mohammad Tauqir Khan (born January 14, 1972 in Dubai) is a United Arab Emirates cricketer.He Hails from Dera Ismail Khan,Pakistan But They are Uae nationals. He is a handy lower order batsman and off-spin bowler, he played his first game for UAE in the final of 1996 ACC Trophy (batting at 11 and not bowling). He has been part of the UAE team in the last three ICC Trophys and last six ACC Trophys. His best bowling performance came against Japan with 6-10 off 10 overs in the 2000 ACC Trophy. His two One Day Internationals came when UAE played in the 2004 Asia Cup they lost by 116 runs to both India and Sri Lanka, Tauqir scored 55 against India. In 2004 he also played in the Hong Kong International Cricket Sixes.

External links

  • Cricket Archive: Profile
  • Cricket Archive: 6-10 vs Japan
  • Cricket Archive: 55 vs India

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