Tamim Iqbal is a Bangladeshi cricketer who is currently the captain of the Bangladesh national cricket team. He is a left-handed opening batsman who has played in all three formats of international cricket and is Bangladesh’s highest run-scorer.
Tamim made his ODI debut in 2007 and his Test debut the following year. He was the vice-captain of the national team from December 2010 to September 2011. In March 2021, he became the first Bangladeshi player to score 50 ODI half-centuries. He is widely regarded as one of the best batsmen in Bangladesh’s history.
Some of Tamim’s notable achievements in his cricket career include:
Bangladesh’s highest run-scorer in international cricket (across Tests, ODIs, and T20Is)
Bangladesh’s highest century-maker in ODIs (10)
Bangladesh’s highest run-scorer in ODIs (6892)
Bangladesh’s highest run-scorer in Tests (4401)
Bangladesh’s highest run-scorer in T20Is (1717)
Tamim is an iconic figure in Bangladeshi cricket. He is known for his skill, confidence, and leadership qualities. He is a valuable asset to the Bangladesh cricket team and it is hoped that under his leadership, Bangladesh cricket can reach even greater heights.
In addition to his cricketing achievements, Tamim is also a role model for many young Bangladeshis. He is known for his humility, dedication, and hard work. He is also a vocal advocate for social change and has spoken out on issues such as gender equality and poverty alleviation.
Tamim Iqbal is a true Bangladeshi legend. He is a source of inspiration for many and his contributions to Bangladesh cricket are immeasurable.