Qasim Akram Biography, Age, Family, Net Worth, and More
Qasim Akram, born on December 1, 2002, is a talented Pakistani cricketer. He made his Twenty20 debut on September 30, 2020, representing Central Punjab in the 2020-21 National T20 Cup. Prior to his Twenty20 debut, he had the honor of being selected as a player for Pakistan’s team in the 2020 Cricket World Under-19 Cup.
Taking the next step in his career, he ventured into first-class cricket on October 25, 2020, continuing to represent Central Punjab in the 2020-21 Quaid-e Azam Trophy. In December 2020, he was recognized as one of the emerging cricketers of the year for men at The 2020 PCB Awards.
Further showcasing his skills, on January 20, 2021, Qasim Akram earned a spot in Central Punjab’s lineup for the 2020-21 Pakistan Cup. His List A debut came on January 8, 2021, again playing for Central Punjab in the 2020-21 Pakistan Cup. Notably, on January 22, 2021, the young batsman achieved a significant milestone by scoring his maiden century in List A cricket, with an impressive unbeaten total of 108 runs.
Qasim hails from a Punjabi family and spent his formative years in Punjab. Notably, he is the younger brother of the former Pakistani cricketer, Wasim Akram.
In 2016, Qasim marked his initial foray into competitive cricket by representing Lahore under 16s in the PCB-PEPSI Cricket Stars U-16 2-Day Tournament 2016. His first appearance in the first-class arena occurred on October 25, 2020, when he played for Central Punjab in the 2020-21 Quaid-e-Azam Cup.
Subsequently, on January 20, he earned a spot in Central Punjab’s roster for the 2020-21 Pakistan Cup. His List A debut took place on January 8, 2021, during the 2020-21 Pakistan Cup, where he made a remarkable start by scoring his debut century on January 22. His outstanding innings totaled a record-breaking 108 runs.
Qasim embarked on his cricketing journey with Central Punjab in the National T20 Cup 2020-21. His maiden First-Class appearance came during the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy of 2020-21, representing Central Punjab.
In 2021, he earned a spot in the Central Punjab squad for the Pakistan Cup, marking his List A debut and achieving a remarkable century, amassing an impressive total of 108 runs. Notably, Qasim was also drafted into the Karachi Kings franchise for the PSL 2021 season, a trend that continued into PSL 7, where he continued to be an integral part of the team.
He had the distinction of being the inaugural pick for the Pakistan team in the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup 2020. In April 2021, he assumed the role of captain for the Pakistan squad during their series against Bangladesh. The subsequent year saw him as a valuable member of the Pakistan Shaheens squad, participating in their series against Sri Lanka.
His height is 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m) and his weight is 65 Kg.
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Qasim Akram’s annual PSL salary stands at Rs. 164,000. Additionally, he supplements his earnings by participating in various domestic leagues within the country.
In December 2020, he was honored as one of the emerging male cricketers of the year at the 2019 PCB Awards.
According to reports, his net worth is $150K.
|Body Measurements||Chest: 44 InchesWaist: 14 InchesBiceps: 35|
|Birth Place||Lahore Pakistan|
|Children||Not Yet Update|
|Height In CM||178 CM|
|Height In Meter||1.78 M|
|Parents||Father: Name Not knownMother: Name Not known|
|Siblings||Not Yet Update|
|Spous||Not Yet Update|
|Weight||65 Kg143 Lbs|