Danish Aziz

November 20, 1995 (26 years)
All Rounder
Birth Place
Batting Style
Left Handed
Bowling Style
Slow left-arm orthodox

Danish Aziz is a 25-year-old all-rounder from Karachi, Pakistan, who bats left-handed and bowls slow left-arm orthodox spin. He began his first-class career in December 2014, representing Karachi Dolphins. Aziz played his first List A game in the 2016–17 Regional One Day Cup, in January 2017, when he represented Karachi Whites. In 2018, Sindh named Aziz in their team to participate in the Pakistan Cup. Earlier, in 2014, Danish was named in the Pakistan U-19 team. The Pakistan Cricket Board named Danish Aziz in their 35-member squad for the tour of New Zealand in November 2020.

ICC Rankings

Test ODI T20I

Team played

Pakistan, Karachi Whites, Karachi Dolphins, National Bank of Pakistan, Sindh, Quetta Gladiators, Karachi Kings


Danish is yet to play a Test match.


Aziz has not yet made his ODI debut.


Danish has not yet played T20 International cricket.

Records and Facts

In the National One-Day Regional Cup tournament in 2018, Danish Aziz scored 86 not out for Karachi Whites versus Islamabad in the final of the competition. He shared a 192-run stand with Fawad Alam to help Karachi Whites win the title. In 9 first-class matches, Aziz has scored 233 runs at 19.41 with the top score of 84, his only half-century. He has also taken 3 wickets at 18.33 with his best bowling figures of 1/8. In 31 List A games, Aziz has made 768 runs at 38.40 with one ton and 5 fifties, including the top score of 101 not out. He has also taken 25 wickets at 27.84 with the best bowling figures of 4/27. In 23 T20 matches, he has scored 418 runs at 41.80 with 2 fifties, including his top score of 72 not out. He has also taken 6 wickets at 42.66 with the best bowling figures of 3/32. In what was arguably his most sensational performance to date, Danish Aziz scored a 47-ball 72 during a 77-run stand for the 8th wicket with Anwar Ali in the National T20 Cup in October 2020 to propel Sindh to an unlikely win versus Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Set to score 139 to win, Sindh lost early wickets and when Danish took guard, the scorecard read 32/4. They lost three more wickets for the addition of only two runs to be placed at a precarious 34/7 when Danish launched a blistering attack on the KP bowlers. Sindh needed 15 off the last 3 balls; Danish got 10 in the next two deliveries. Needing five off the last ball, Aziz launched it for a massive six to bring Sindh into contention for a place in the semifinals.

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