Mohammed Hafeez Pakistani all-rounder who represents Pakistan in all three formats of the game. He is a right-handed batsman and right-hand off-break bowler. Finally, 18 years old career of Mohammed Hafeez came to end. As Mohammad Hafeez took retirement from his international career. In 2018, he previously took retirement from test cricket where he represent Pakistan in 55 test matches.
Now he took retirement from all forms of cricket and played his last T20 match versus Bangladesh on November 2021. He is one of the greatest of all time in Pakistan cricket history. He is sometimes open for Pakistan and his record against India is also good. People have a mixed response on Hafeez’s retirement. Some fans are missing Hafiz as they love the professor very much.
Some are happy on the news as they thought that new talents would get more chances. 41 years old Hafeez is considered to be the backbone of the Pakistan team as he took crucial wickets at crucial moments and sometimes play intelligent shorts and contribute with the bat also.
Franchisee cricket career of Mohammad Hafeez
Mohammed Hafeez has played domestic cricket all over the globe. He represents himself in almost every corner of the world as he plays in IPL, PSL, BPL, Sri Lanka premier league, and many more. In the 2008 inaugural season of the IPL, he represents Kolkata Knight Riders and scored 64 runs in eight matches, and also took one wicket.
His performance is not up to mark and fans are disappointed by the performance of a Hafeez for KKR. He is known as the professor of the game and in PSL he’s in the diamond category. He played for Peshawar Zalmi for three years and in the fourth season of PSL represented Lahore qalandars and also Captain them.
The Bangladesh premier league also has a huge impact where he represents Rajshahi Kings. He also got a chance to play in BBL as a replacement for Lasith Malinga which is a huge career movement for Mohammed Hafeez.
Mohammed Hafeez career analysis
Born in Punjab Pakistan, Mohammed is a right-hand batsman and right-hand off-break bowler. He stepped Into the team as an all-rounder and perform with both bat and ball. Mamatha fees is one of the legendary all-rounders produced by Pakistan as he played in all three formats of the game.
In 2018 he retired from the test after playing 55 test matches where he scored 3652 runs and took 55 wickets. In 218 ODI matches, he scored 6000+ runs and took 139 wickets. He has a huge impact in the ODI playing 11 of Pakistan. In 115 T20 matches, he scored 2659 runs and took 55 wickets.
He played his last match on November 20 21 against Bangladesh. He said goodbye to the cricket on 3 January 2022. We wish him the best of luck in his retirement life and his future operations.