Tauseef Ahmed

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Tauseef Ahmed (born May 10, 1958, Karachi, Sind) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in 34 Tests and 70 ODIs from 1980 to 1993. He sported a trademark afro and moustache for most of his career.

A right arm offbreak bowler, he formed an effective partnership with Iqbal Qasim early in his career. When Ahmed made his Test debut, against Australia at Karachi, the two spinners took 18 of the 20 wickets in a 7 wicket win. Ahmed finished with 4/64 and 3/62.

His career best figures of 6 for 45 in the 2nd innings against Sri Lanka at Asgiriya Stadium in 1986. The performance won he the man of the match award. In 1986-87 he played a large role in his sides 16 runs victory over India at Bangalore, taking 9 wickets. He was also hit by a security guard while he was running to the pavilion amidst a crowd invasion.


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