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Mohammad Hafeez

mohammad Hafeez born on 17 October 1980 in Sargodha, Punjab is a Pakistani cricket player, who playes all types of the games. Hafeez otherwise called The Professor, played in Bhera and was one of a few youthful all-rounders whom the Pakistani cricket squad swung to with a specific end goal to renew their side after their poor show in 2003 World Cup where Pakistan was out from first round.

He was the fourth worldwide player marked to the Caribbean Premier League and the principal Pakistani player to be named to the new Twenty20 competition. In 2011 he won an astounding 10 Man-of-the-Match awards in all types of international cricket and turned out to be just the third player to score 1000 runs and take 30 wickets in ODI coordinates inside a schedule year.

Against India on 18 March 2012 in Bangladesh he scored 105 off 113 balls and was engaged with a 224-run partnership with Nasir Jamshed. Hafeez was dropped from the Test side and struggled win back a place in the whites. He resigned from captaincy in 2014 following the first-round exit in ICC World T20, but remains an important part of the Pakistan ODI setup.

PCB says it stands behind Hafeez to rectify his bowling action

LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday rubbished the media reports that the national cricket body was not backing world number one all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez to rectify his bowling action. "The PCB would like to clarify that it stands behind Mohammad Hafeez and is lending all its support to Mohammad Hafeez to rectify his bowling action," said a PCB press release calling the media report a deliberate attempt to mislead and defame the cricket board. Muhammad Hafeez was reported for a suspect action after…

Mohammad Hafeez reported for suspect bowling action

Pakistan’s off-spinner Mohammad Hafeez has been reported with a suspect bowling action during the third One-Day International against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. The match officials’ report, which was handed over to the Pakistan team management, cited concerns about the legality of the 37-year-old’s bowling action. Hafeez’s bowling action will now be scrutinised further under the ICC Illegal Bowling Regulations. He is required to undergo testing within 14 days, and, during this period, Hafeez is permitted…

Two more cricketers accorded rousing welcome on homecoming

LAHORE: Two more players of the victorious Pakistan cricket team were treated to a rousing welcome on their return home on early Wednesday morning after Pakistan’s historic win against arch-rivals India in the Champions Trophy final, ARY News reported. All-rounder Muhammad Hafeez landed at the Allama Iqbal International Airport, Lahore where a large number of cricket lovers and family members accorded him a warm welcome amid chanting of Pakistan Zindabad slogans. He shortly left for home where his immediate family…

Hafeez wishes to comeback in team as all-rounder

LAHORE: Cricketer Mohammad Hafeez wishes to comeback in the national team as an all-rounder, ARY News reported on Saturday. In a media talk, Hafeez said that his bowling action has changed to an extent but the ball will spin as it was spinning with earlier action. The cricketer stated that he was working hard in domestic cricket events to make a successful return to the national cricket team. The International Cricket Council (ICC), the governing body of the sport, recently cleared the bowling action of Mohammad…

Hafeez’s bowling action cleared by ICC

LAHORE: Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Hafeez has been allowed to bowl in international matches after his action was cleared.  The International Cricket Council cleared the bowling action of Hafeez, and has permitted him to bowl in all upcoming international matches. Hafeez was suspended from bowling for 12 months in July 2015 after he was reported during the Galle Test against Sri Lanka. This was the second time that he was reported within a two year period after he was initially suspended in November 2014. On…