Imrul Kayes is a Bangladeshi international cricketer who played for Khulna Division as a left-hand batsman and occasional wicket-keeper.
Full name: Imrul Kayes
Birthdate: February 02, 1987
Birthplace: Meherpur, Bangladesh
Height: 5 feet 7 inches
Playing role: Opening batsman
Batting style: Left-hand bat
Spouse (s): N/A
Zodiac sign: Aries
Imrul Kayes is one of the important members of the Bangladesh cricket team. Keys is a left-handed batsman of the team and occasionally played a role as wicket-keeper. He played for Rangpur Riders, Khulna Division, and Bangladesh A-Team. Although he is not a regular player on the Bangladesh team but played an important role when getting a chance to play in the team.
Imrul Kayes Early Life:
Imrul Kayes was born on February 02, 1987, in Meherpur, Bangladesh. Cricket was a passion in his early life. In 2006, Imrul Kayes made their debut in first-class cricket, playing 15 matches and 16 one-day matches prior to being called up for the international match.
Imrul Kayes Career:
Imrul Kayes made their debut in international cricket on October 14, 2008, against New Zealand in the third match of the series in Chittagong. The debut match was not good for him only scored 12 runs in the match. He made a test cricket debut on 19 November 2008, against South Africa opened the batting, and only scored 10 and 4 in his two innings. Later he found form, 2010 was the golden year of his career, scored 867 runs, and became the 5th highest ODIs run-scorer of the year. In the same year, he made his maiden century against New Zealand. In the 2011, World Cup, he was the leading run-scorer among the Bangladeshi player, although Bangladesh could not progress beyond the group stage.
Imrul with Tamim scored the highest partnership 224 runs in November 2014 against Zimbabwe. In 2015, he made 312 partnership runs with Tamim Iqbal which is the highest partnership score in the test cricket history of Bangladesh. Imrul Kayes made three tests and an ODI century in his career.