Yusuf Abdulla

Cricket Player

1983 –


Who is Yusuf Abdulla?

Yusuf Adam Abdulla was a South African cricketer. He played first-class cricket for the Nashua Dolphins and had previously represented the KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa A and the Rest of South Africa. A Left-arm fast-medium bowler, Abdulla was named in the Emerging Players squad to take part in the 4 Nations tournament in 2007 and played in the following years competition as well. He was currently one of South Africa's leading domestic-competition bowlers.

He made his international debut against Australia in the 2nd Twenty20 International at Supersport Park on 29 March 2009, he took 1/16 from 3 overs; his first International wicket was Ricky Ponting. He was subsequently added to the Kings XI Punjab's Indian Premier League squad following an injury to Jerome Taylor.

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Jan 17, 1983
  • South Africa
  • Afghanistan

on July 23, 2013


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