Early Life of Sayed Iqbal Abdulla
Sayed Iqbal Abdulla was born on 2nd December 1989 in Azamgarh. He is an Indian cricketer, who bowls orthodox spin and is a left-handed lower order batsman. He plays for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy, and the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League.
Career of Sayed Iqbal Abdulla
The major teams, Sayed Iqbal Abdulla has played in are India A, India Greens in the Challenger Trophy, India Under-19 cricket team, Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Domestic Cricket Team.
Sayed Iqbal Abdulla in Mumbai Cricket Team
Sayed Iqbal Abdulla is a regular performer on the Mumbai Cricket Club circuit. Sayed Iqbal Abdulla came into the limelight when he ran through Haryana Cricket Team batting line-up with a five-for in a Twenty20 game.
Sayed Iqbal Abdulla in U19 Cricket Team
Sayed Iqbal Abdulla was soon drafted into the Indian Under-19 team for a tri-series in Sri Lanka, where he was the third-highest wicket-taker with eight wickets for 69 runs in 31.1 overs. His ten wickets at 13 apiece played an important role in India U-19s winning the World Cup in Malaysia in 2008. Sayed Iqbal Abdulla was Mumbai's leading wicket-taker in the 2010-11 season, having taken a total of 27 wickets at an average of 22.11. He is a talented lower middle order batsman and an authentic fielder.
Sayed Iqbal Abdulla in Indian Premier League 2011
In the 2011 Indian Premier League, Sayed Iqbal Abdulla won two “Man of the Match” awards for his side, and also picked up the "The Rising Star" award. He also won the man of the series for India A during the Emerging Players Tournament in Australia 2011.
Sayed Iqbal Abdulla in Indian Premier League 2012
Sayed Iqbal Abdulla played well in 2012 IPL. Sayed Iqbal Abdulla won the Indian Premier League for the first time in 5 years with his team Kolkata Knight Riders. He has been selected for the 2013 Kolkata Knight Riders team which is the defending champions of the most hyped club cricketing tournament in India and also one of the most watch club tournament in the world, 2013 Indian Premier League.