Saeed Anwar: An ODI batting great
Former Pakistan opening batsman Saeed Anwar was born on September 6, 1968 at Karachi.
Anwar, who made his international debut in an ODI against Pakistan at Perth on January 1, 1989; played 55 Tests and 247 ODIs in his 14-year international career. Anwar announced his retirement from international cricket on August 15, 2003.
Anwar was a stylish batsman and scored runs at a fast clip as he gave Pakistan quick starts. He was at his most dangerous when given any width outside the off stump and was also known for his trademark flick.
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