Wasim Akram Conceded 12 Sixes in His Entire Career : Latest

“Sultan of swing” a former Pakistani legendary cricketer known for his excellence bowling skills. Here we highlight the Wasim Akram Massive Records.


Wasim Akram was born on June 3, 1966, in Pakistan. He is a Pakistani cricket commentator, coach and former captain of Pakistan national cricket team. Also known as one of the greatest fast bowler in the history of cricket. He was awarded the tag of “The Sultan of Swing” in October 2013, Because of Wasim Akram Massive Records. As captain he led the Pakistan’s team to the final of 1999 world cup, where they lost to Australia.

Early Life

Wasim Akram was born to a Jat Punjabi family in Lahore. Later at the age of 30, Wasim Akram was diagnosed with diabetes. Wasim marries to Huma Mufti in 1995 and had 2 sons from their 14 years of marriage. Huma died of organ failure on 25 October 2009.

Wasim Akram married Shaniera (an Australian woman) on 12 August 2013, saying he has started a new life on a happy note. He moved from Lahore to Karachi with his wife and children on 3 September 2014. On 27 December 2014 Shaniera gave birth to a baby girl, Aiyla Sabeen Rose Akram, in Melbourne.


Wasim Akram started his One Day International career in Pakistan against New Zealand in 1984, under the captaincy of Zaheer Abbas. He gains fame after taking five wickets against Australia in his 3rd ODI in 1985 Benson & Hedges World Championship. Currently Wasim is the leading wicket taker for Pakistan in ODI.


Wasim Akram Massive Records Includes:

  • Wasim took four Hat-tricks in international cricket (Two in Test and Two in ODI).
  • He have 22 Man of the Match awards in ODIs.
  • Wasim won 17 Man of the Match awards in 104 Tests.
  • In 199 ODI match wins, he took 326 wickets, with run rate of 3.70.
  • He scores 257* not out against New Zealand in 1996, is the highest inning by a number 8 Batsman in Test. He hit 12 sixes, which was also a record of most sixes by any player in a single Test inning.
  • Above all he have the massive record for conceded only 12 sixes in his entire ODI career.

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