25 Facts About Mohammad Hafeez

1. Mohammad Hafeez left for Manchester to consult surgeon Mike Hayton, a specialist who specialises in hand injuries.

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2. Mohammad Hafeez was at first chose in the Pakistan squad for the 2015 World Cup yet was precluded 6 days before the World Cup because of calf damage.

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3. Mohammad Hafeez came back to the ODI side in 2005 and regardless of poor frame with the bat, his bowling was amazing.

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4. Mohammad Hafeez made his ODI debut on 3rd April 2003 against Zimbabwe and test debut on 20th august 2003 against Bangladesh.

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5. Mohammad Hafeez generally opens the batting and structures some portion of the bowling.

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6. Mohammad Hafeez will be available for five matches at the beginning of the tournament after which he will join the Pakistan squad in South.

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7. Mohammad Hafeez provided solidity at the top with his batting in his early days.

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8. Mohammad Hafeez is a handy off-break bowler with 159 scalps in T20s that make him an added asset for his franchise.

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9. Mohammad Hafeez will fit in well with the Kings' top order which comprises of Soumya Sarkar, Shahriar Nafees, Mominul Haque, Fazle Rabbi and Jakir Hasan—all of them left-handed batsman.

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10. Mohammad Hafeez has retired, and Azhar himself has his own worries with the bat—although not as severe.

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11. Mohammad Hafeez will join the likes of the Kings' batting order which consists of Soumya Sarkar, Shahriar Nafees, Mominul Haque, Fazle Rabbi and Jakir Hasan.

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12. Mohammad Hafeez became the first Pakistani captain to hit three fifties in a row and became Pakistan's leading run scorer in t20s.

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13. Mohammad Hafeez said it could have affected the teams poor performance.

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14. Mohammad Hafeez was appointed captain of the Pakistan T20 team in May 2012 and vice captain, under Misbah-ul-Haq, of the ODI and Test teams.

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15. Mohammad Hafeez is currently ranked number two in the ICC ODI rankings for both bowlers and all-rounders.

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16. Mohammad Hafeez made his highest test score of 196 against Sri Lanka in the second Test at Colombo in June 2012.

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17. Mohammad Hafeez was the second highest Pakistani run scorer in the ODI series producing some solid opening partnerships with Kamran Akmal.

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18. Mohammad Hafeez was the fourth international player signed to the Caribbean Premier League and the first Pakistani player to be named to the new Twenty20 tournament.

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19. Mohammad Hafeez is known for his intelligent batting but for aggressive shot plays when needed.

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20. Mohammad Hafeez has captained Pakistan in a solitary Test match against Sri Lanka at Galle; a match which the islanders won by a margin of 209 runs.

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21. Mohammad Hafeez made his Test debut in 2003 against Bangladesh in Karachi, and has since been in and out of the side.

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22. Mohammad Hafeez opted to quit Test cricket in a bid to shift his focus on the shorter formats, keeping an eye on the coveted ICC World Cup 2019.

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23. Mohammad Hafeez made a triumphant return to the Test side in the first match against Australia, scoring a hundred.

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24. Mohammad Hafeez has decided to focus on the limited overs version.

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25. Mohammad Hafeez usually opens the batting and forms part of the bowling attack.

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