An opening batsman and a more than not all that awful off-spinner, Mohammad Hafeez, came into the Pakistan side after their underlying way out from the 2003 World Cup. He made a promising start to his Test calling, scoring a half-century on presentation against Bangladesh and followed it up with a century in the accompanying match. In any case, his structure in ODIs persevered through a dive towards the finish of the year, and he was given alone for the Test a chance to side moreover. Regardless of being dropped, Hafeez remained in the sidelines and continued scoring strongly in the nearby circuit.
Mohammad Hafeez generally called instructor and he played in bhera and was one of a couple of young all-rounders whom the Pakistani cricket assemble swung to with a particular ultimate objective to reestablish their side after their poor exhibit in 2003 World Cup where Pakistan was out from first round. His structure with both bat and ball was clashing and in late 2003 he was dropped from the Test squad and in this way from the ODI side. Taking after strong nearby presentations, and moreover show of good casing for the Pakistan A side, he remained on the edges of a survey in 2004. Hafeez returned to the ODI side in 2005 and paying little mind to poor structure with the bat, his thumping down a few pins shows were significant. In the 2006 game plan held in Australia, Hafeez pulverized his first century for Pakistan. With Pakistan endeavoring to find a solid opening pair for the Test side, he was audited for the voyage through England.
Mohammad Hafeez Cricinfo Profile Biography Highlights Records List
Full name Mohammad Hafeez
Conceived October 17, 1980, Sargodha, Punjab
Real groups Pakistan, Faisalabad, Faisalabad Wolves, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Kolkata Knight Riders, Lahore Lions, Melbourne Stars, Sargodha, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited
Assuming part Allrounder
Batting style Right-hand bat
Knocking down some pins style Right-arm offbreak
His entry to Test cricket was made at The Oval where he scored a natural 95. In this way, Hafeez held his place in the Test squad for Pakistan’s home game plan against the West Indies in November of that year. In the wake of getting out ideal on time paying little respect to great starts in the underlying two Tests, he proceeded to score his second Test century in the third Test in Karachi. However his structure remained clashing and he was not capable request a standard spot in either the Test or ODI side all through the accompanying 5 years.
He returned to the ODI squad in 2005 yet did not motivate with the bat. He came back to the Test side in The Oval Test against England in 2006, and scored 95 runs, which offered him some help with holding his spot for the home game plan against West Indies, before long. He welled against the West Indies, however dependable frustrations against South Africa in mid 2007, made him lose his spot afresh.
Hafeez expected to sit tight for an extra three years before he returned to the side in the midst of the World T20, 2010. His structure was poor as he regulated only 39 runs and took two wickets in the six matches that Pakistan played. Regardless, he was gotten for the T20 and ODI game plan against England and was the second most critical run-scorer for Pakistan, molding match-winning relationship with Kamran Akmal. This execution, advocated his thought in the gathering for the South Africa course of action, supplanting Salman Butt as the opening batsman in both the Tests. He similarly played the five-coordinate ODI course of action and was the top run-scorer.
In December 2012, in the midst of the voyage through Pakistani cricket amass in India in 2012–13, he gave off an impression of being an out and out various and commanding batsman and scored so magnificently and briskely and helped Pakistan to win the fundamental T20I and second ODI with his heroics of awe inspiring batting and practically seeking after a mountain high concentration of 191 in the second T20I. His scores were 61 and 55 in first and second T20I separately and scored 76 continues running in the second ODI and offering an opening stand of 141 to Nasir Jamshed moreover shook the knocking down some pins back street magnificently as reliably fiscally to offer Pakistan some help with winning their first ODI course of action in India since 7 years. He is at present thought to be the standard allrounder of Pakistan Cricket aggregate. He had a fantastic plan against Sri Lanka in Dec 2013, where he scored 122 in the principle coordinate, 140* in the third and 113* in the fourth match. In this way he transformed into, the second batsman after Zaheer Abbas to score 3 centuries in an ODI game plan. Hafeez was at first picked in the Pakistan squad for the 2015 World Cup yet was reduced 6 days before the World Cup as a result of a calf harm. He was supplanted by Nasir Jamshed.
His anticipated presentations with bat and ball promised him of a never-ending spot in the Pakistani side. In the midst of the visit to India later in 2012, his commanding and valiant presentations offered Pakistan some help with winning the primary T20I and second ODI convincingly. He scored 116 continues running in the two T20Is and 76 in the second ODI to offer Pakistan some help with winning their first ODI course of action in India in seven years. Nevertheless, the voyage through South Africa before long raised issues about his ability at the top as he supervised only 43 continues running from three Tests.
Hafeez had a not all that awful 2013. He scored commandingly in the T20Is against South Africa and performed magnificently in the course of action against Sri Lanka in December 2013. He amassed more than 400 continues running in the five-coordinate ODI course of action, which included three centuries, ending up being quite recently the second Pakistani batsman after Zaheer Abbas to score three tons in an ODI game plan. He moreover scored two fifties in the 2014 Asia Cup.