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Personal Information

Full NameMohamed Farveez Maharoof
BornSeptember 7, 1984 Colombo
Age38 Years, 4 Months, 22 Days
National SideSri Lanka
Batting StyleRight Handed
BowlingRight-arm fast medium
SportCricket

Ranking

TestODIT20
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Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL
06010

Career Information

Teams PlayedSri Lanka, Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club, Kandurata, Lancashire, Sri Lanka Emerging, North Central Province, Nondescripts Cricket Club, Sri Lanka A, Sri Lanka Academy, Sri Lankan Invitation XI, Sri Lanka Schools, Delhi Capitals, Wayamba, Sri Lanka Under-19, Barisal Burners, Uthura Rudras, Rest of Sri Lanka, Ruhuna Reds, Cricket Coaching School, Southern Express, Matara District, Sri Lankan Legends, Badulla Sea Eagles
Career Span

Mohamed Farveez Maharoof Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

MIN/ORHS100s50s4s6sAVGS/RCTSTDucksR/O
Test
2234455672 v BAN0367318.5339.6070
ODI
1097518111369* v PAK02892519.5286.01260
World Cup
6303925 v AUS006013.00108.3320
T20I
8513313* v ZIM00018.2576.7420
IPL
2014417739 v RR0012917.70143.9040
CL
6625041* v MI003212.50106.38--

Bowling Performance

IOMRWBest3s5sAVGE/RS/RMtc
Test
354901071631254/52 v PAK0065.243.32117.60
ODI
105773.25037891356/14 v WI14228.064.8934.37
World Cup
644519894/23 v BER0022.004.5029.33
T20I
827019972/18 v ZIM0028.427.3723.14
IPL
20700520273/34 v RR1019.257.4215.55
CL
619015863/28 v LIO1026.338.3119.00

Mohamed Farveez Maharoof Profile

A tall, lanky and an open-chest fast bowler, Farveez Maharoof first made an impact at the Under-19 level. Sri Lanka's selectors were amazed by his performances as the Under-19 captain and fast-tracked him into the national squad for the Zimbabwe tour as a move to look towards the future.

Maharoof has worked his way up through the ranks to get where he has today, playing for Sri Lanka at the Under-15, Under-17 and Under-19 level, and has led the Under-19 team on four tours, including the 2004 Youth World Cup in Bangladesh. Since his debut in 2004, he has cemented a strong place in the side with some astounding bowling performances like the one in the Champions Trophy in India, along with a useful series against Pakistan in 2006. His nagging persistence around the off stump line with the ability to move the ball makes him a dangerous bowler to face. The tall right-hander has a sound batting technique which helps him to adapt in different batting situations. “Fara” is also capable of hitting some lusty blows down the order.