Made his T20I debut against Zimbabwe in Lahore in May 2015. Playing in his first ICC WT20.
Named player of the series in the two-match T20I series against Zimbabwe in September 2015 after scoring 32 runs in the two games and taking 4-11 in the first.
Due to his birth in Swansea, he also holds a British passport.
His 73 wickets in U19 ODI cricket are the second-most by any bowler.
Represented Pakistan in two ICC U19 Cricket World Cups - in 2006 and 2008.