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Tareq Aziz

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Name  Mohammad Khan
Full Name  Mohammad Tareq Aziz Khan
Born  (1983-09-04) 4 September 1983 (age 31)
Birth Place  Chittagong, Bangladesh
Died  June 5, 2015, Nasiriyah, Iraq
Education  University of Baghdad
Children  Saddam Tareq Aziz, Maysa Aziz, Ziad Tareq Aziz
National team  Bangladesh
Batting style  Right-handed
Bowling style  Right-arm medium-fast
Spouse  Violet Yusef Nobud (m. ?–2015)
Previous office  Foreign Minister of Iraq (1983–1991)

Competition
TestsODIsFC
Matches31069
Runs scored2226819
Batting average11.0026.0014.12
100s/50s0/00/00/0
Top score10*11*39
Balls bowled36036011,031
Wickets113226
Bowling average261.0032.6126.90
5 wickets in innings9
10 wickets in match1
Best bowling1/763/196/46
Catches/stumpings1/–4/–42/–

Tareq Aziz (Bengali: ) (born 4 September 1983 in Chittagong) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer.

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He got off to a great start in his international career taking 3/19 in his debut at his hometown Chittagong in January 2002. Unfortunately there was not much to follow this success. His three Test matches brought him just one wicket (of Chris Gayle) for 261 runs. Later in his career he was dogged by injuries.

Tareq Aziz (Cricketer) in the past

References

Tareq Aziz Wikipedia


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