Mohammad Hafeez – Criecket World Cup 2019

All-rounder Mohammad Hafeez is certain he will recuperate from hand damage so as to be accessible for the World Cup in May-July.

Hafeez left for Manchester to counsel specialist Mike Hayton, a pro who has practical experience close by wounds.

“I am cheerful once the medical procedure is done I will have sufficient opportunity to recoup and be accessible for choice in the World Cup,” Hafeez said before leaving for Manchester.

The 38-year old cracked his correct thumb while endeavoring to take a catch off his own bowling in his group’s second match of the Pakistan Super League.

Sweeps later uncovered a break and requirement for medical procedure after which the ordinary recuperation time frame is six to about two months.

Hafeez, who has resigned from Test cricket after 55 matches, has just showed up in 208 one day Internationals and 89 T20 Internationals.

The damage blow came after he had focused on doing admirably in the PSL to prevail upon the selectors’ certainty in front of the World Cup.

mohammad hafeez
mohammad hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez is a Pakistani cricket player. Hafeez ordinarily opens the batting and structures some portion of the bowling assault. He is viewed as a standout amongst the best all-rounders on the planet, having been positioned as the top all-rounder by the ICC Player Rankings in the restricted overs organizes on various events. He is known for his canny batting yet in addition for forceful shot plays when needed.He resigned from Test Cricket in December 2018, withdrawing the ground for the last time in white apparel to a gatekeeper of respect from his partners.

He was the fourth global player marked to the Caribbean Premier League and the primary Pakistani player to be named to the new Twenty20 competition. He is nicknamed “The Professor”.The real groups for which he played are Pakistan, Lahore, Lahore Lions, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Kolkata Knight Riders, Sargodha, Sui Gas Corporation of Pakistan. He was a player trusted throughout the years. Hafeez scored his test vocation best of 224 keeps running against Bangladesh in 2015 at Khulna amid the Dan Cake Series.

In August 2018, he was one of the thirty-three players to be granted a focal contract for the 2018– 19 season by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).In December 2018, amid Pakistan’s arrangement against New Zealand, Hafeez declared that he would resign from Test cricket following the finish of the visit, to concentrate on constrained overs cricket.Hafeez said that all was good and well to resign from Test cricket and that he was regarded to speak to Pakistan in 55 Test matches, including captaining the side.As of January 2019 he is fourth position ODI all rounder and tenth T20I all rounder.

Early years: 2003– 2006

Hafeez, otherwise called The Professor, has played in Bhera and was one of a few youthful all-rounders whom the Pakistani cricket group swung to so as to renew their side after their poor showcase in 2003 World Cup where Pakistan was out from first round. His structure with both bat and ball was conflicting and in late 2003 he was dropped from the Test squad and hence from the ODI side. Following solid residential exhibitions, just as some reliable showings for the Pakistan A side, he stayed on the edges of a review in 2004. Hafeez came back to the ODI side in 2005 and notwithstanding poor structure with the bat, his bowling exhibitions were great. In the 2006 arrangement held in Australia, Hafeez crushed his first century for Pakistan. With Pakistan attempting to locate a strong opening pair for the Test side, he was reviewed for the voyage through England. His arrival to Test cricket was made at The Oval where he scored a familiar 95. Accordingly, Hafeez held his place in the Test squad for Pakistan’s home arrangement against the West Indies in November of that year. In the wake of getting out ahead of schedule in spite of good begins in the initial two Tests, he proceeded to score his second Test century in the third Test in Karachi.

Review in 2010

In 2010 he was reviewed for the third ICC World Twenty20 squad. His structure was poor scoring just 39 runs and taking just 2 wickets in 6 matches. Anyway he was hence chosen for the T20Is and the ODIs on Pakistan’s 2010 voyage through England. He was the second most noteworthy Pakistani run scorer in the ODI arrangement delivering some strong opening associations with Kamran Akmal. Following this great structure he was incorporated into the squad that was chosen to play South Africa in the UAE and he supplanted disfavored captain Salman Butt as an opening batsman in the two Tests, accomplishing a batting normal 32.50. He played in each of the 5 ODI matches winding up as the top run scorer and he additionally bested the bowling midpoints for the arrangement. Toward the finish of 2010 he was additionally chosen for the gathering that would visit New Zealand and the West Indies and this brought about him building up himself as an ordinary in the Test, ODI and T20 groups.

Ascending through positions

Against India on 18 March 2012 in Bangladesh at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur at the 2012 Asia Cup, he scored 105 off 113 balls and was engaged with a 224 run association with Nasir Jamshed, which is the best opening organization for Pakistan against India in a single day internationals. They obscured Aamer Sohail and Saeed Anwar’s record of 144 runs which was made in 1996.During this innings, Hafeez was compelled to run a ton which towards the end was hampering him because of leg damage. Along these lines, he earned the moniker, the Snake of Sargodha, for his crisscross running example between the wickets. He made his fourth ODI century in March 2012 against Bangladesh at Dhaka. He additionally made his most elevated test score of 196 against Sri Lanka in the second Test at Colombo in June 2012. He is positioned number two in the ICC ODI rankings for the two bowlers and all-rounders in 2012.


He was designated skipper of the Pakistan T20 group in May 2012 and bad habit chief, under Misbah-ul-Haq, of the ODI and Test groups. Amid the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka in September 2012, Pakistan achieved the semi-finals where they lost to the home side. After the competition, there was some contention with veteran all-rounder Abdul Razzaq who was disparaging of his non-determination for various matches. Hafeez additionally came into some contention with the PCB over their view that he received a somewhat one-sided and non-consultative methodology while settling on choice choices. Notwithstanding, he was upheld by the mentor Dav Whatmore and them two underlined the poor wellness dimensions of numerous players. The PCB board concluded that they would in this way intently screen Hafeez’s execution in this setting amid the coming visits to India and South Africa.As a skipper, he drove Pakistan to triumphs over South Africa, west non mainstream players, thet20 champions and Zimbabwe .He equalled the records of most successes as a Pakistani commander in t20 and most number of away arrangement wins as a Pakistani chief Under his authority, Pakistan figured out how to climb to the second position in the rankings. He likewise turned into the primary Pakistani commander to hit three fifties in succession and turned into Pakistan’s driving run scorer in t20s. after Pakistan’s exit from the T20 World Championship Hafeez apologized in the interest of his group and ventured down as commander. Imran Khan, Pakistan’s previous skipper reprimanded this choice and exhorted Hafeez to remain as commander. His abdication was an uncommon occurrence in Pakistan cricket.