|Full name||:||Zaheer Khan|
|Scorecard name||:||Z Khan|
|Major Team||:||Asian Cricket Council XI, India, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore|
|Date of Birth||:||07-October 1978|
|Birth place||:||Shrirampur, Maharashtra, India|
|Batting style||:||Right Handed Batsman|
|Bowling style||:||Left-arm Fast-medium|
|Man of the Match Awards||:||Test ( 3 ) / ODI ( 5 ) / T20 ( 1 )|
Zaheer Khan (born 7 October 1978, Shrirampur town in Ahmednagar district, Maharashtra), is an Indian cricketer who has been a member of the Indian cricket team since 2000.
A left arm Fast bowler considered as the spearhead of the Indian bowling attack, Zaheer is known for his ability to swing the ball both ways, and as a batsman also holds the record for the highest Test score by a No. 11. After leading the Indian pace attack for much of the early 2000s, recurring hamstring injuries in 2003 and 2004 forced him out of the team, and after returning for a year, he was dropped again in late 2005. Strong performances on the domestic circuit have seen him recalled to the team as its leading pace bowler. He might not quite have the skills of Wasim Akram, who he has often been compared to, but mentally Zaheer has become as good as Akram. He has taken 271 ODI wickets at an average of 28.83 runs per wicket taking 4 wickets in a match 6 times (4 times against Zimbabwe) including 32 wickets against Zimbabwe at an average of 17.46 runs per dismissal. He, along with other seamers like Javagal Srinath and Ashish Nehra helped India to make it to the finals of the 2003 Cricket World Cup. Zaheer finished the 2003 World cup as 4th highest wicket taker – 18 wickets from 11 matches at an average of 20 runs per wicket .
Currently he is playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore .
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