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Updated on July 18th 2022, 4:47:35 am

Mohammad Kaif Profile, Stats and Records

Mohammad Kaif played for India from 2000-2006 and in those 6 years he left an unique mark for himself. Check out here his profile, stats and records.

Mohammad Kaif is one of the most promising players that India has seen in the last 20 years that was not fully utilized to their potential although he did Play very important innings for India. The most famous being the match winning innings that he played against England in the 2002 NatWest Trophy final to win India that famous match. Mohammad Kaif is known for his fielding and how he revolutionized fielding in India. He is still called one of the best fielders India ever saw.

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Before we talk about the Profile Stats and Records of Mohammad Kaif it is Important to note that Mohammad Kaif only played for India for 6 years when he should have played for much more and become one of the biggest legends in Indian cricket. Whatever he played he left an impact and now he guides the young players who want to play for India in the future. Let’s look at the Profile Stats and Records of Mohammad Kaif.


Personal Information

Mohammad Kaif was born on 1st December 1980 in Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh. He was a big fan of cricket since the time India won the 1073 World Cup and that time he was 3 years old and later on he got the skills and the proper training and he fulfilled his dream of playing for India. Mohammad Kaif is 5 ft 11 inches in height which allowed to dive and get to the ball faster in the field and get on top of the ball while batting. Other than being a batter he was also a right arm off break bowler who bowled seldom.

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International Information

Mohammad Kaif played for India from 2000-2006 and in those 6 years he left an unique mark for himself. He played his first test match on 2nd March 2000 vs South Africa and after just 6 years he played his last year match against West Indies on 30th June 2006. He was Cap number 228 for India in test cricket. He played his first ODI on 28th January 2002 vs England and after almost 5 years he played his last ODI match vs South Africa on 29th November 2006. He never got to play T20I cricket for India.

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2nd Most catches in an ODI innings – 4 Catches

10th most runs in an ODI innings while batting at number 7 batting position

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