Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Mohammad Hafeez

MohammadHafeez Biography

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Mohammad Hafeez is a Pakistani cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm offbreak bowler. Hafeez generally opens the batting and is also skilful boundary fielder.

International career
Hafeez was one of the several young all-rounders the Pakistani cricket team turned to after their poor Cricket World Cup display in 2003, in which they were eliminated in the first round.

Hafeez scored a half-century on his Test debut against Bangladesh, and in his following Test hit a century. His form with bat and ball would then drop considerably and in late-2003 he was dropped from the Test squad, and soon after the ODI side. With strong domestic performances as well as good showings for the Pakistan A, he remained on the fringes of a recall in 2004. Hafeez returned to the ODI side in 2005 and despite not contributing with the bat, his bowling performances were impressive. In the 2006 Top End Series held in Australia, Hafeez smashed a century for Pakistan A. With Pakistan struggling to find a solid opening pair for Test cricket, Hafeez was recalled for the tour of England. His return to Test cricket was made at The Oval and he scored a fluent 95. Later that year in November, Hafeez retained his place in the side for their home series against the West Indies. After getting starts in the first two Test he would go on to score his 2nd Test century in the 3rd Test in Karachi.
Mohammad Hafeez is a Pakistani cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm offbreak bowler. Hafeez generally opens the batting and is also skilful boundary fielder.

International career
Hafeez was one of the several young all-rounders the Pakistani cricket team turned to after their poor Cricket World Cup display in 2003, in which they were eliminated in the first round.

Hafeez scored a half-century on his Test debut against Bangladesh, and in his following Test hit a century. His form with bat and ball would then drop considerably and in late-2003 he was dropped from the Test squad, and soon after the ODI side. With strong domestic performances as well as good showings for the Pakistan A, he remained on the fringes of a recall in 2004. Hafeez returned to the ODI side in 2005 and despite not contributing with the bat, his bowling performances were impressive. In the 2006 Top End Series held in Australia, Hafeez smashed a century for Pakistan A. With Pakistan struggling to find a solid opening pair for Test cricket, Hafeez was recalled for the tour of England. His return to Test cricket was made at The Oval and he scored a fluent 95. Later that year in November, Hafeez retained his place in the side for their home series against the West Indies. After getting starts in the first two Test he would go on to score his 2nd Test century in the 3rd Test in Karachi.Mohammad Hafeez is a Pakistani cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm slow bowler. He is currently placed Number 2 bowler in ICC ODI ranking for bowlers.

Hafeez generally opens the batting and also acts as the part of bowling attack.

Mohammad Hafeez also serves as Pakistan's national T20 captain.

He was in the form of his life with all-round performances when Pakistan toured Zimbabwe in September 2011 taking his batting average to 27 from 21 after the recall.

Scoring his third career One Day International century all in 2011 playing the second ODI. He was top run scorer throughout the series in all formats.

He was also dangerous with the ball and specially taking wickets on the straighter deliveries mixing up with off-spin with 7 wickets in T-20 series.

After tidy performances against Bangladesh, he jumped to the number 2 position in the ODI Bowler rankings below fellow spinner, Saeed Ajmal and above Shahid Afridi.

Against India on March, 18 2012 in Bangladesh at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur at the 2012 Asia Cup.

He scored 105 off 113 balls and was involved in a 224 run partnership with Nasir Jamshed, which is the best opening partnership for Pakistan against India in one day internationals.

They eclipsed Aamer Sohail and Saeed Anwar's record of 144 runs which was made in 1996.

Mohammad hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez


Mohammad Hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez

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