|Date of Birth||October 17, 1980|
|Height||5 ft 7 in (1.74 m)|
|Role||Batting All-rounder, Right handed Batsman, Right arm off-break Bowler|
|Family||Nazia Hafeez (Spouse), Roshan Hafeez (Son), Eman Hafeez (Daughter)|
|NYW vs TXC||46 & 1||17 & 1||4 & 0||4 & 0||270.59 & 100.00||0||0||0||0|
|CK vs TXC||68||24||3||7||283.33||2||16||2||8.00|
|MVU vs TXC||57||22||2||7||259.09||1||12||0||12.00|
|TXC vs ATR||2||3||0||0||66.67||1||11||1||11.00|
|NYW vs TXC||0||1||0||0||0.00||1||13||1||13.00|
Mohammad Hafeez born on 17 October 1980 in Sargodha, Punjab is a Pakistani cricket player, who plays all types of the games and a previous T20I captain of Pakistan cricket group. Hafeez generally opens the batting and structures some portion of the bowling. In 2012– 2013, he was positioned as the best all-rounder by the ICC Player Rankings in T20 series. He is known for his shrewd batting yet additionally for forceful shot plays when required. He was engaged with record opening partnership of 224 runs with Nasir Jamshed.
Hafeez otherwise called The Professor, played in Bhera and was one of a few youthful all-rounders whom the Pakistani cricket squad swung to with a specific end goal to renew their side after their poor show in 2003 World Cup where Pakistan was out from first round. He was the fourth worldwide player marked to the Caribbean Premier League and the principal Pakistani player to be named to the new Twenty20 competition.
Hafeez made his ODI debut on 3rd April 2003 against Zimbabwe and test debut on 20th august 2003 against Bangladesh. His frame with both bat and ball was conflicting and in late 2003 he was dropped from the Test squad and in this manner from the ODI side. Following solid local exhibitions, and in addition show of good frame 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 regardless of poor frame with the bat, his bowling was amazing. In the 2006 series held in Australia, Hafeez crushed his first century for Pakistan.
Rise to Glory
In 2011 he won an astounding 10 Man-of-the-Match awards in all types of international cricket and turned out to be just the third player to score 1000 runs and take 30 wickets in ODI coordinates inside a schedule year. Against India on 18 March 2012 in Bangladesh he scored 105 off 113 balls and was engaged with a 224-run partnership with Nasir Jamshed.
He made his fourth ODI century in March 2012 against Bangladesh at Dhaka. He additionally influenced his most astounding test to score of 196 against Sri Lanka in the second Test at Colombo in June 2012. 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. He was supplanted by Nasir Jamshed.
Hafeez had been accounted for a presume activity after the Abu Dhabi Test against New Zealand in November 2014, and in December his activity was observed to be unlawful after tests at an ICC accredited centre in Loughborough, England. He was found to have an elbow expansion up to 31 degrees, far over the allowed furthest reaches of 15 degrees. He experienced medicinal work at a biomechanics lab in Chennai, however fizzled an informal test on his activity on January 3.
The teams for which he played are Kolkata Knight Riders, Sargodha, Sui Gas Corporation of Pakistan.
He was made captain of the Pakistan T20 squad in May 2012. Amid the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka in September 2012, Pakistan achieved the semi-finals where they lost to the home side.
He equaled the records of most wins as a Pakistani captain in T20 and most number of away series wins as a Pakistani captain. Under his captainship, Pakistan figured out how to climb to the second position in the rankings. He additionally turned into the primary Pakistani captain to hit three fifties in succession and turned into Pakistan's driving run scorer in T20s.