Majid Haq carries valuable experience from his previous appearance at the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2007, where he proudly represented Scotland in the West Indies. During that tournament, this off-spinner, known for his hard-hitting abilities with the bat, featured in three matches, impressively contributing with the ball by claiming figures of 2-43 against South Africa.
As one of the most seasoned members of the Scotland cricket team, Haq’s journey in international cricket began with his one-day international debut against Bangladesh in 2006, marking the commencement of his dedicated service to his country, which started back in 2004.
Haq’s noteworthy accomplishments include a memorable five-wicket haul achieved in September 2015, where he took 5-54 against Ireland. Over the years, he has etched his name in the annals of the sport by dismissing renowned figures in international cricket, such as Kevin Pietersen, Andrew Strauss, Samit Patel, and James Taylor.
One of Haq’s standout moments with the bat came in a match against Kenya in 2007 when he displayed his prowess by scoring an impressive 71.