Hanif Muhammad


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Designation: Hanif Muhammad
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Hanif Mohammad (born 21 December 1934 in Junagadh - now in Gujarat, India) is regarded as one of Pakistan''s greatest cricketers, playing for the Pakistani cricket team in 55 Test matches between 1952/53 and 1969/70 and averaging 43.98, with twelve hundreds. The highest of those centuries, 337 against West Indies in 1957/58, was the longest innings in Test history (and stood as the longest in all first-class cricket for over 40 years) as Hanif spent more than 16 hours at the crease to save his team from a hopeless position after they had followed on 473 runs behind. Displays such as this earned him the nickname Little Master .

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Tassadaq Qureshi ( Toronto,United States) Saturday, July 18, 2009 7:51:31 PM (MDT - USA)
He was a great cricketer of his time. A hall of fame deserve his name in Karachi. We must not forget our hero.

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