Senior T20I Player
- Feb 4, 2005
Khalid Hasan made his debut for Pakistan at the age of 16 at Trent Bridge against England in 1954. He was then the youngest player to make a Test debut aged 16 years and 352 days. Khalid Hasan leg-break and on debut picked up two wickets. Unfortunately, he did not get much of an opportunity to prove himself at the international level as his first test would also be his last. In all, his test career lasted a total of five days which may very well be a record in itself considering his age at the time.
He continued to play cricket first class cricket till 1959 for Lahore, picking up 28 wickets during that time.
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