Mohammad Hafeez is a Pakistani cricket player and the former captain of Pakistan national cricket team in the T20 format. He is a right-handed opening batsman and a right-arm offspin bowler.
Born: October 17, 1980 (age 34), Sargodha
Height: 1.74 m
Current team: Pakistan national cricket team (#8)
Batting style: Right-handed
History OF Muhammad Hafeez And His Personality
Mohammad Hafeez also known as professor and he played in bhera and was one of several young all-rounders whom the Pakistani cricket team turned to in order to refresh their side after their poor display in 2003 World Cup where Pakistan was out from first round. His form with both bat and ball was inconsistent and in late 2003 he was dropped from the Test squad and subsequently from the ODI side. Following strong domestic performances, as well as display of good form for the Pakistan A side, he remained on the fringes of a recall in 2004.
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Hafeez returned to the ODI side in 2005 and despite poor form with the bat, his bowling performances were impressive. In the 2006 series held in Australia, Hafeez smashed his first century for Pakistan. With Pakistan struggling to find a solid opening pair for the Test side.
History OF Muhammad Hafeez
He was evoked for the tour of England. His return to Test cricket was made at The Oval where he scored a fluent 95. Subsequently, Hafeez taken his place in the Test squad for Pakistan’s home series against the West Indies in November of that year. After getting out early notwithstanding good starts in the first two Tests, he went on to score his second Test century in the third Test in Karachi. However his form remained unreliable and he was unable to command a regular place in either the Test or ODI side over the next 5 years.