Younis Khan Pashto, Urdu born 29 November 1977, Mardan, KPK) is a Pakistani cricketer and former captain of the Pakistan national cricket team. He is the highest run scorer for Pakistan in Test Cricket and the only Pakistani player to score over 9,000 test runs. He is also the third Pakistani player to score 300 or more runs in an innings Like Imran Khan, he is most remembered for his leadership as he led Pakistan to victory during the 2009 ICC World Twenty20. He also holds the record for most centuries by a Pakistani cricketer in test cricket.
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On 24 October 2015, he became the first Pakistani and 14th overall to score 9,000 runs in Test Cricket.On 10 March 2010, Younis, along with another player, Mohammad Yousuf were axed by the Pakistan Cricket Board from playing for Pakistan in any format for an indefinite period, following an inquiry report which suggested that both players were involved in breaches of discipline by inciting divisions within the team. The ban was lifted three months later. Presently Younis is a key member in the ODI and Test match side. By 22 October 2014,
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unis Khan surpasses Don Bradman sets world record
Younis reached his 25th test match century against Australia and made his 26th century in the 2nd innings of the same test match, the highest number of centuries of a Pakistani Batsman and the only sixth Pakistani batsman to hit centuries in both innings of same test match. On 25 June 2015, Younis Khan became fifth Pakistani cricketer to play 100 test matches and on 13 October 2015, he became Pakistan’s highest run scorer in test cricket by breaking previous record set by Javed Miandad of 8,832 runs.
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Younis Khan made his international debut in an ODI against Sri Lanka at Karachi in February 2000, and has since played over 150 ODIs for Pakistan. He has also played in over 100 Test matches. Younis was one of the few batsmen who retained his place in the team after Pakistan’s disastrous World Cup campaign in 2003, but lost it soon after due to a string of poor scores in the home series against Bangladesh and South Africa. He came back for the one-day series against India, but failed to cement a place in the Test side.
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