Made his T20I debut against Bangladesh in Karachi in April 2008. Playing in his first ICC WT20.
Ever-present in Pakistan’s side in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, taking 16 wickets, more than anyone else in the side.
Highlights included 4-45 against Zimbabwe when he also hit an unbeaten 54, and a memorable bowling spell to Shane Watson in the quarter-final.
Took 5-63 in England’s first innings on his Test debut at The Oval in 2010.
Took a hat-trick on his home debut for Kent in England’s domestic Twenty20 competition.