Imran Farhat (born 20 May 1982 in Lahore) is a Pakistani cricketer who has played 20 Tests and 26 One Day Internationals for Pakistan, opening the batting in 47 of his 49 international innings. When in form, Farhat is an excellent player of the pull shot. However, he has the tendency to fall for one too many. A fine player of the drives either side of the wicket Farhat made his senior debut aged 15 in a one-day match for Lahore City against Malaysia, together with three other players who went on to play Test cricket (Taufeeq Umar, Bazid Khan and Kamran Akmal). Three years later, in February 2001, Farhat made his One Day International debut, against New Zealand in Auckland, scoring five runs in a chase of 150 to win. After the tour of New Zealand, where Farhat played three Tests and three ODIs, he was sent back to domestic cricket before returning against Australia in the third Test of
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