A right-handed batsman was born in 1994 and is the current captain of the Pakistan World Cup Squad 2023. He began his cricket journey through the Under-15 World Championship in 2008 and is currently the world's number 1 ODI batsman.
2. Mohammad Rizwan
He is a 31-year-old excellent wicketkeeper and right-handed batter of the Pakistani Team. He made his international ODI debut against Bangladesh in April 2015, scoring 67 runs off 58 balls.
3. Shaheen Shah Afridi
He's a 23-year-old left-handed fast bowler from Pakistan who made his ODI debut in 2018. Known for his speed, he reached 151 kph during the ICC Men's T20 World Cup in 2021.
4. Shadab Khan
A versatile Pakistani cricketer who was born in 1998 and is known for his leg-spin bowling and batting skills. He made his international debut in 2017 and has become a vital asset for the Pakistan cricket team.
5. Haris Rauf
A promising fast bowler from Rawalpindi, known for his express pace and reverse swing. He made his mark in the cricket world with his remarkable performance in the PSL 2018 and made his international debut in 2020.
6. Hasan Ali
He is known for his impressive debut in 2016 and his role in Pakistan's 2017 ICC Champions Trophy win. He holds the record as Pakistan's quickest bowler to reach 50 ODI wickets.
7. Fakhar Zaman
A prominent Pakistani cricketer known for his 2017 ICC Champions Trophy century and being the first Pakistani to score a double century in ODIs. He also held the record for the fastest 1,000 ODI runs for Pakistan.
Nephew of the legend, Inzamam-ul-Haq. Imam-ul-Haq made history by becoming one of the few Pakistani players to score a century on his ODI debut, achieving this feat against Sri Lanka in October 2017.
9. Abdullah Shafique
He is a right-handed top-order batsman and a rising star in Pakistani cricket. Made his ODI debut in August 2022 against the Netherlands. He also plays for Lahore Qalandars in the PSL.
10. Iftikhar Ahmed
Made his debut for Pakistan in 2015, excelling in both ODIs and T20 Internationals. He's a valuable middle-order batsman and off-spin bowler. Additionally, he's established a cricket stadium in his hometown to nurture local talent.
11. Saud Shakeel
He made his international debut in July 2021. He captained Pakistan's U-19 team in the 2014 World Cup and scored 127 runs in 6 innings. In July 2023, he became the first Pakistani to achieve a Test double century in Sri Lanka.