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Aaqib Javed (Urdu: عاقب جاوید) (born 5 August 1972) is a Pakistani cricket coach and former cricketer. He was a right-handed fast-medium pace bowler with the ability to swing the ball both ways. He played 22 Tests and 163 One Day Internationals for Pakistan between 1988 and 1998.
|Full name||Aaqib Javed|
|Born||5 August 1972|
Sheikhupura, Punjab, Pakistan
|Test debut (cap 109)||10 February 1989 v New Zealand|
|Last Test||27 November 1998 v Zimbabwe|
|ODI debut (cap 67)||10 December 1988 v West Indies|
|Last ODI||24 November 1998 v Zimbabwe|
|Domestic team information|
|1989/90–1991/92||Pakistan Automobiles Corporation|
|1994/95–2002/03||Allied Bank Limited|
Source: Cricinfo, 9 May 2010
Aaqib Javed comes from a Sandhu Jatt family in Mudassirabad. He played cricket for the first time in Bhamba Kalan village near Raiwind. He completed his primary education in the Government High School in Bhamba Kalan. His cousins live in Bhamba Kalan. He studied in Islamia College in Lahore.
Aaqib's best performances in internationals came against India. He took 54 wickets in his 39 ODIs against India at an average of 24.64 – 6.79 runs lower than his career ODI average. Four of his six ODI Man of the Match awards were against India.
Aaqib took a hat-trick in an ODI against India on 25 October 1991, aged only 19 years and 81 days. He remains the youngest player to have taken an ODI hat-trick. He was a key member of the Pakistan team that won the 1992 Cricket World Cup.
Previously, Aaqib was the chief coach of the National Cricket Academy in Pakistan. He is also associated with The Computer House, a Pakistani computer hardware company. Aaqib has, in the past, also helped with the development of the Afghanistan national cricket team. He also served as the bowling coach of the Pakistan cricket team. With Waqar Younis the head coach and Intikhab Alam the manager, but on 10 February 2012 he resigned from being the bowling coach of Pakistan and shifted to becoming the bowling and head coach of the United Arab Emirates national cricket team, a position he held until 2016.
Currently, he is appointed as Director Cricket Operations and bowling consultant for Lahore Qalandars franchise cricket team in Pakistan Super League. He coached Pakistan's U-19 team to victory in the 2004 U-19 Cricket World Cup. Aaqib is married to Farzana Burkey, sister of singer Adeel Burkey, and has one daughter. Since 2016 he is also head coach of the PSL team Lahore Qalandars till now.