Top 10 Richest Pakistani Cricketers
Pakistanis have an everlasting affection for cricket, whether they are participating in it or simply watching it. During the gaming season, Pakistanis are enthralled and enthused as they root for their favorite players. Along with fame and adoration, the Pakistani cricket team has amassed a substantial financial fortune via their participation in the sport.
Following are the top 10 richest Pakistani cricketers.
|1.||Imran Khan||10.9 Billion PKR|
|2.||Shahid Khan Afridi||7.3 billion PKR|
|3.||Shoaib Malik||3.9 Billion PKR|
|4.||Muhammad Hafeez||3.6 Billion PKR|
|5.||Azhar Ali||2.3 Billion PKR|
|6.||Saeed Anwar||1.8 Billion PKR|
|7.||Misbah Ul Haq||1.5 Billion PKR|
|8.||Fawad Alam||939 Million PKR|
|9.||Umar Akmal||720 Million PKR|
|10.||Umar Gul||313 Million PKR|
Imran Khan is a Pakistani politician who was formerly known as a great cricket player for the Pakistani national team. Throughout his great cricket captaincy career, he has led his team to numerous victories.
His captaincy was also responsible for the most famous victory of the 1992 World Cup. Imran Khan played international cricket for about 20 years before entering politics and serving as Pakistan’s 22nd Prime Minister for 22 years. He is the richest cricketer in Pakistan, with a net worth of 70 million dollars.
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Shahid Khan Afridi
Afridi is well-known for his attractive appearance and engaging attitude. Afridi is one of Pakistan’s most famous players due to his attractiveness and track record of setting numerous cricketing records.
The crowd is enthralled by Afridi’s unusual and aggressive batting style. Afridi achieved the record for the fastest ODI century (in just 37 balls in 1996) and the maximum number of sixes in an ODI International game because to his batting style. Shahid Afridi is Pakistan’s second richest cricketer, with a net worth of 47 million dollars.
Shoaib Malik, the famed all-rounder and former captain of the Pakistan Cricket Team, made his ODI debut against the West Indies in 1999. In One Day International cricket, he has the record of getting 100 wickets. Malik married Sania Mirza (Indian International Tennis Player) in 2010 during his illustrious cricketing career. Shoaib Malik is the third richest cricketer in Pakistan, with a net worth of $25 million.
Professor Muhammad Hafeez is another top all-rounder who has also captained the Pakistan Cricket Team in the T20 International format. Because of his playing style and record-breaking performance, Hafeez is referred to as a professor. The Caribbean Premier League signed him, and he became the first Pakistani player to play in the new Twenty20 tournament. Muhammad Hafeez is Pakistan’s fourth richest cricketer, with a net worth of $23 million.
Azhar Ali made his debut against Australia, the world’s top-ranked team, and went on to become a well-known cricketer and the captain of Pakistan’s ODI side. Azhar Ali is a right-handed batsman and part-time leg-break bowler who has captained various national teams; he was also the captain of the Lahore Qalandars in the PSL’s inaugural season. Azhar Ali has a net worth of $15 million dollars, making him Pakistan’s sixth richest cricketer.
Saeed Anwar, a former Pakistani cricketer, captain, and one of the best opening batsman of his generation, played international cricket for 15 years (from 1989 to 2003) before retiring. The cricketer appeared in 55 test matches and amassed a total of 4052 runs. He scored 20 hundreds and 8824 runs at an average of 47.76 in 247 ODIs. Saeed Anwar is the sixth richest cricketer in Pakistan, with a net worth of $12 million.
Misbah Ul Haq
Misbah ul Haq is the current head coach of the Pakistan Cricket Team. He was a brilliant cricketer and captain in the past. He batted in the middle of the order and was noted for his aggressive strokes.
The cricketer owns the record for the fastest fifty in Test cricket history, as well as the second-fastest century in Test cricket history. Misbah ul Haq is the eighth richest cricketer in Pakistan, with a net worth of $9.8 million dollars.
Fawad Alam is a left-handed batsman from Pakistan who is now the captain of the National Bank of Pakistan Cricket Team (NBP Cricket Team) and the (Pakistan A) Cricket Team. He is among the top 50 batsmen in terms of batting average, and he is the only Pakistani cricketer to be on this list. Fawad Alam is the eighth richest cricketer in Pakistan, with a net worth of $6 million.
Umar Akmal, like his brothers Kamran and Adnan Akmal, is a wicketkeeper. In 2009, he made his ODI International debut against the Sri Lankan squad. Soon after, he was named to the first Caribbean Premier League as a franchise player alongside Pakistani colleagues Mohammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik. The cricketer also spent over eleven years with Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited before joining United Bank Limited in 2017. Umar Akmal is the eighth richest cricketer in Pakistan, with a net worth of 4.6 million dollars.
Umar Gul, a Pakistani cricketer and right-arm fast-medium bowler, has represented his country in all three formats of international cricket. He was the highest wicket-taker and bowler in the 2007 and 2009 T20 World Cups, making him one of the most successful bowlers in T20 cricket.
After Saeed Ajmal, he holds the second-highest wicket-taking record in T20 International cricket, and he also earned the T20 International Performance of the Year award in 2013. Umar Gul has a net worth of $2 million dollars, making him Pakistan’s tenth richest cricketer.