Sports Desk – Friends, if one part of the body is less then there is a lot of difficulty in playing. But today we are going to tell you about that player of cricket who had not one or two fingers in his hand. Yes, friends, the name of this player is Azim Hafeez. Azeem Hafeez has been a Pakistan fast bowler.
Azeem Hafeez used to have great fielding and bowling despite having 2 fingers in his right hand. He never considered it a weakness in his life. If he had accepted weakness, he would not have become such a big player.
This is in the 80s when Pakistan’s legendary player Imran Khan was running unfit due to a leg injury. In such a situation, Azeem Hafeez with very little experience in first-class cricket was called for fast bowling. Hafeez made his debut in the Bangalore Test against India in September 1983. Hafeez took 10 wickets in that series of three Tests and proved himself with his brilliant performance.
After this Hafeez took a total of 19 wickets on the tour of Australia. He took 5-5 wickets in the innings for the first time in the Adelaide and Perth Tests. On the lifeless pitch of the Lahore Test of the domestic series in October 1984, Hafeez took 6 wickets for 46 runs in India’s first innings. After this, Hafeez played six consecutive Test matches against New Zealand in 1984-85 and took 22 wickets in his name and it was also over his Test career, as Wasim Akram had risen.
The left-arm pacer has taken a total of 78 wickets (18 Tests – 63 wickets, 15 ODIs – 15 wickets) in his international career.