6 Feet and 2 inches tall, Sohaib Maqsood from the City of Saints, Multan is a Pakistani Middle Order Batsman and an exceptional hitter of Ball. He is often compared and resembles Legendary Inzamam Ul Haq because of his height, aggressive batting, physique, and hometown, Multan.
Sohaib Maqsood’s Age
He was born in April 1987, and currently, Sohaib Maqsood’s age is 34.
Sohaib Maqsood Height
When we talk about Sohaib Maqsood’ Height, he is 6 ft 2 in OR 1.88 inches.
Early Life and Career
Born to a Middle-Class Family of Multan, Maqsood developed his interest in Cricket. Whether his native Inzamam inspired him or not, he has many attributes of Inzamam. Sohaib started his Domestic T20 Cricket Career in 2005 from Multan Tigers. He was then opted by the United Bank of Pakistan for the Quaid-i-Azam Trophy.
Sohaib started his PSL career in 2016 when he was called to fill up Lahore’s Batting Line Up. He was named in the Zalmis Squad for the PSL 2017 Season. The newly formed Multan Sultan Team Picked him for PSL 2018. After that, he became a regular Batsman of Multan Sultans XI. Playing for Multan, he received critical acclaim from Cricket experts because of his gentle strokes during PSL 2018 season. Later he played PSL 2019, 2020 & 2021 seasons with Sultans Squad. He emerged as the top scorer of PSL VI (2021), and for this achievement, he was considered for Pak vs. England. His selection in the Pakistan team was made after Haider Ali’s dismissal for breaching CoVID-19 Protocols.
Sohaib Maqsood’s International Career and Batting Stats
That’s not the first time Maqsood played an International Match (against England) in 2021, he has played several International games before this, so it is his “Second” life in Pasktian’s Squad. His debut in International ODI Cricket was against South Africa in 2013 when he scored 56 off 54. In his second match, he scored 53. Maqsood was part of Pakistan’s One Day International Team and T20 International team during 2013, 2014, and 2015. In 2016, Maqsood was reported to have a severe injury, and he wasn’t able to take part in any Cricket activity. After recovering from Injury, Maqsood played Domestic Cricket and earned his place in Lahore Qalandars; then, he was picked by the most expensive franchise of Pakistan Super League, The Multan Sultans. Sohaib Maqsood’s Batting stats were exceptional during the last two seasons of the Pakistan Super League, and in reward, he was awarded the nominations for Pak vs. England Series, Pak vs. WI, and recently his name was announced in Pakistan’s 15-Man Squad for World Cup T20.
Sohaib Maqsood’s Teams
- Pakistan Men’s National Team (ODIs & T20s)
- Balochistan & Southern Punjab (Domestic)
- Multan Region
- Lahore Qalandars (PSL 2016)
- Peshawar Zalmi (PSl 2017)
- Multan Sultans (PSL 2019, 2020, and 2021)
- Multan Tigers (List A)
- National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) in Quaid e Azam Trophy
- Pakistan Under-19s
- Sohaib Maqsood played for Muzaffarabad Tigers in KPL 2021
- Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) (First-Class)