Rameez Raja and Waseem Akram are both the current brand ambassadors of Pakistan Super League. Wasim Akram and Rameez Raja signed up to promote the PSL and become brand ambassadors of the league for three years.
Ramez Raja was born on 14 August 1962. He is the former cricketer of Pakistan. He is also playing some time as captain of the team. He was playing cricket since from their beginning career and retired after 1990. After retirement, he has been a commentator of in the international matches.
He plays role in the cricket history as Batsman and Commentator. He plays Total of 255 matches of his cricket history. He plays 57 Test match and 198 ODI matches. He scored 2831 run in test history and 5841 runs in the ODI history of his life.
He also played 1987 World Cup and 1998 World Cup. In 1992 World Cup, he was awarded the man of the match for his match-winning performance. He plays a key role to win the 1992 World Cup against England when he took a final catch and Pakistan won the World Cup.
Rameez Raja started his Commentator carrier later on 2006. He has also worked as the chief executive of PCB but resigned in August 2004.He also worked as CEO of the Pakistan Cricket Board.He is currently worked as a commentator of Pakistan as well as of many International tournaments.
|Born||14 August 1962|
|Height||5 ft 10 Ich|
|Net Worth||USD 50 Million|
|Education||MBA, Punjab Univeristy, Lahore, Pakistan|
|One Day & Test Records of International centuries|
|1||113||57||England||Karachi, Pakistan||National Stadium, Karachi||20 Octobre 1987||Won|
|2||101||84||New Zealand||Auckland, New Zealand||Eden Park||11 March 1989||Won|
|3||116*||101||Sri Lanka||Hobart, Australia||Bellerive Oval||15 February 1990||Won|
|4||107*||102||Sri Lanka||Adelaide, Australia||Adelaide Oval||17 February 1990||Won|
|5||114||107||New Zealand||Sialkot, Pakistan||Jinnah Stadium||6 November 1990||Won|
|6||102*||128||West Indies||Melbourne, Australia||Melbourne Cricket Ground||23 February 1992||Lost|
|7||119*||133||New Zealand||Christchurch, New Zealand||AMI Stadium||18 March 1992||Won|
|8||109*||153||Sri Lanka||Sharjah, UAE||Sharjah Cricket Stadium||4 February 1993||Won|
|9||104*||119||West Indies||Sharjah, UAE||Sharjah Cricket Stadium||13 October 1995||Won|
|10||112||06||Sri Lanka||Colombo, Sri Lanka||P Sara Oval||22 March 1986||Drawn|
|11||114||12||India||India, Jaypur||Sawai Mansing Stadium||21 Feruary 1987||Drawn|
|1||West Indies||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne||6 March 1985||1 Ct. ; 60 (88 balls, 7×4)||Pakistan won by 7 wickets|
|2||New Zealand||Eden Park, Auckland||11 March 1989||101 (114 balls, 9×4, 1×6)||Pakistan won by 7 wickets|
|3||England||Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur||30 October 1989||85* (82 balls, 8×4)||Pakistan won by 6 wickets|
|4||Sri Lanka||Bellerive Oval, Hobart||15 February 1990||1 Ct; 116* (148 balls, 8×4)||Pakistan won by 6 wickets|
|5||New Zealand||Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot||6 November 1990||114 (123 balls, 14×4)||Pakistan won by 105 runs|
|6||Sri Lanka||Sports Stadium, Sargodha||10 January 1992||74 (83 balls, 10×4)||Pakistan won by 8 wickets|
|7||South Africa||SuperSport Park, Centurion||21 February 1993||53 (79 balls, 4×4, 1×6)||Pakistan won by 22 runs|
|8||West Indies||Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah||13 October 1995||104* (134 balls, 7×4, 1×6)||Pakistan won by 15 runs|