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Atahar Ali Khan (born: February 10, 1962), a former Bangladeshi cricketer of Bangladesh capital Dhaka. Middle row of longish shape cricket players Atahar Ali in the eighties was a right-handed batsman known as. Later, on the advice of Indian batsman and former cricket coach Mohinder Amarnath as the opening batsman, he was the regular field. As well as the slow medium pacer has won 6 wickets in ODIs. Atahar Ali is now replaced by the Bangladesh cricket team selector. Besides serving as a cricket commentator. Duranta Rajshahi is the team of Bangladesh Premier League, he was also the head coach of this team.

Atahara Ali Khan (born: February 10, 1962)

Atahara Ali Khan (born: February 10, 1962)

Early Life
South-East Asian Cup 1984 to be played in Bangladesh. After a year at the three-day match against Sri Lanka took part. He studied at the University of Dhaka, and the 1984-85 season to win the title of the national cricket team to support the university. Atahar ali with Traiquzzaman munir a record partnership is 447 runs, his runs 155.

Sporting Life :
October, 1988, he was the best player in the Asia Cup in Dhaka Wills. 16 against India, 22 against Pakistan and 30 against Sri Lanka his scored. In 1990, an unbeaten 78 runs against Sri Lanka at Eden Gardens. It was striking three huge sixes. But the team lost. He won the Man of the Match award for the judges to consider.

82 scored the highest individual score in ODI cricket against Pakistan in 1997. At the party captain Akram Khan (59) scored in the century partnership. Mohammad Rafique against Kenya next year, with the 137-run partnership. Atahara Ali 47 runs scored. This became the 1997 victory of Bangladesh in the first ODI at Mohali ODI against India by grabbing two wickets for 33 runs at its best bowling. Sourav Ganguly, he was out of the game by Atahar Ali ball.

Career of Atahar Ali Khan:
Match : 19
Runs : 532
Average : 29.55
100 : 0
50 : 3
Highest Run : 82
Total Ball : 420
Wickets : 6
Balling average :60.83

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