Yasir Hameed Qureshi (born 28 February 1978 in Peshawer) is a Pakistani cricketer. He scored two centuries on his Test debut against Bangladesh, becoming only the second player to do so. During his first thirty one-day international innings, he has scored more runs than any other batsman, as well as scoring four successive opening partnerships of 100 or more with Imran Farhat, a unique achievement. He was out of the squad recently because of his form. He came back in the final ODI in the Bank Alfalah Series against England and scored 57 and then he was again ignored and returned against West Indies in the 4th match in November 2006 and scored 71 runs of 118 balls. Yasir has since impressed the selectors with good form in the domestic season with the bat but has not been given a real chance to cement his place in the side. He has recently been touring with the team but has only
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