Starring in gold-medal winning match for Bangladesh in 2010 Asian Games, Sabbir Rahman waited for four years before he got a chance to seal a regular place in the national side. Continuously flourishing in T20 format, Sabbir made it through the 2014 World T20. He then sparkled on his debut for the ODI side against ZImbabwe with a 44-runs cameo off just 25 balls. Alongside big hitting capability with bat, he possesses exceptional fielding skills and is a handy leg spinner A promising performer, Sabbir has now made him an obvious choice for all three formats.
In BPL, Sabbir started with his hometown side Duronto Rajshahi and in the next two seasons he featured for Barisal franchises and this year he is returning home to star for a new franchise named Rajshahi Kings.