Pakistani Cricketer Hanif Mohammed is No More [ Current News (Concise) - Sports ]
Pakistani former captain and batsman Hanif Mohammed passed away at the age of 81, due to prolonged battle with lung cancer. He held the record for the longest innings in Test cricket. He was a cricketer of Pakistan.
About Hanif Mohammed:
- Hanif Mohammed born on 21 December, 1934 in Junagadh State, India.
- Many other members of Hanif families were also cricketers: his brothers Mushtaq, Wazir and Sadiq and his son Shoaib all played Tests for Pakistan.
- He was a Pakistani cricketer and he played for the Pakistani cricket team.
- He played 55 Test matches for the Pakistani cricket team in a career spanning 17 years.
- He trained by Afghan cricket player Abdul Aziz,
- His highest Test centuries was a 337 made against West Indies in a six-day test at Bridgetown in 1957- 58.
- In 1958, he got a Pride of performance award presented by Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Hanif Mohammed’s Cricket Career statistics:
Right-arm off break
- Published/Last Modified on: August 12, 2016