|Date of Birth:||1990, April 10|
|Age:||29 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 10 Inch|
|Currently Working For||pakistan cricket team and Lahore Qalandars|
The famous cricketer is married and shares a son named Zain Fakhar with his wife. As per the reports, his estimated net worth is around $2 million.
The detail information about zaman’s family is not available, but from the various sources what we came to know is Fakhar Zaman has a wife and the couple has a son named Zain Fakhar. However, the details about his wife are not available yet.
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Zaman was also rumored to be dating the Indian actress Zareen Khan. Later Zareen responded the rumors to be totally fake. Well, for more detailed information about his wife, make sure you visit us frequently until we come up with all the additional information.
Zaman has a height of 5 feet 9 inch as has a weight of 66kg.
Fakhar Zaman ‘s annual income is believed to be $200,000 and the monthly salary is estimated to be $10,000 approximately. As of 2019, his net worth significantly increased and reached $2 million after he got exposed to higher levels.
After Zaman was selected to the national team and later won the trophy, Fakhar Zaman was honored by political and business communities together with the ICC awards, which increased his net worth to $0.5 million in June 2017. As of February 2018, Zaman reportedly earned $90,000 after he was retained by Lahore Qalandars.
Fakhar Zaman was born on 10 April 1990 in Mardan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Zaman completed his education from Pakistan Navy School. The name Fakhar literally means "pride". He is known among his teammates by the nickname fauji( soldier).
Fakhar Zaman moved to Karachi at the age of 16 after matriculation. Zaman joined the Pakistan Navy in 2007 as a sailor after receiving his schooling and sea training from the Pakistan Navy School in Bahadur.
In Karachi Zaman occasionally continued to play cricket in interdepartmental matches and also played for the cricket team of the Pakistan Navy.
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He was first identified by Azam Khan, his navy coach, who encouraged him to pursue professional cricket. In 2013, after a " hard decision," he left his naval career in pursuit of his cricketing dream.
Later, Fakhar Zaman started playing for regional teams such as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Abbottabad Falcons, Balochistan and also several Karachi teams.
In 2016, Fakhar Zaman he became a second-highest run-scorer in Pakistan cup. He was also chosen for the 2017 Pakistan Super League by the Lahore Qalandars side, where he was closely supervised by New Zealand player Brendon McCullum.
In March 2017, he was named in Pakistan's limited-overs squad for the match against the West Indies. On 30 March 2017, he made his debut for Pakistan against the West Indies in Twenty20 International( T20I).
Fakhar Zaman made his ODI debut with 31 runs for Pakistan against South Africa in the Champions Trophy on 7 June 2017.
The promising Pakistani Batsman Fakhar Zaman took the cricket world by storm through his fabulous stats at the Champions Trophy 2017.
Zaman scored his first ODI century in the final against India and helped Pakistan post a total of 338. Thus, Zaman became Pakistan's first batsman to achieve a century in an ICC event finale.
Pakistan won the match by 180 runs to become the winners of the Champions Trophy for the first time where Zaman was awarded the match man for his batting performance, beating the Indian team captained by Virat Kholi
The partnership between Zaman and Azhar Ali in the match was 128 runs, making it the highest opening partnership in Pakistan's Champions Trophy history and the highest opening partnership in the Pakistan ODI since 2009.
He was named in the Pakistan Test Squad in April 2018 for their tours to Ireland and England. On 8 July 2018, Fakhar Zaman became the first Pakistani batsman in a calendar year to score 500 or more runs in T20. On 20 July 2018, He became first Pakistani’s batsmen to score a double century, scoring 210 not out.
Two days later, Zaman became the fastest player to score 1,000 runs in ODIs In 18 innings, reaching the milestone by beating the previous record of 21 innings, held by five other batsmen.