Saeed Anwar, born 6 September 1968 is a former Pakistani opening batsman and occasional Slow left arm orthodox bowler who played international cricket between 1989 and 2003. He played 55 Test matches scoring 4052 with the help of eleven centuries; while in 247 One Day Internationals (ODIs) he made 8824 runs. He made twenty centuries in ODIs which is the highest number among Pakistani batsmen in this format.
In February 1999, Anwar became the third Pakistani to carry his bat through a Test innnings, following father and son Nazar Mohammed and Mudassar Nazar. He scored 188 not out, beating his team's score at the previous innings (185) where he made a duck, and contributing 60 per cent of a total of 316. It was also the highest Test score by a Pakistani on Indian soil which was surpassed by Younis Khan (267) in 2005. He is most notable for scoring 194 runs against India in Chennai in 1997, the highest score for that time, and now the joint third highest individual score in an ODI.