Mohammad Hafeez

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Mohammad Hafeez
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Hafeez in 2010-11
Personal information
Full name Mohammad Hafeez
Born (1980-10-17) 17 October 1980 (age 37)
Nickname Professor[1]
Batting Right hand bat
Bowling Right arm off break
Role Batting All-rounder
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 173) 20 August 2003 v Bangladesh
Last Test 3 July 2016 v England
ODI debut (cap 144) 3 April 2003 v Zimbabwe
Last ODI 23 October 2017 v Sri Lanka
ODI shirt no. 8
T20I debut (cap 5) 28 August 2006 v England
Last T20I 29 October 2017 v Sri Lanka
Domestic team information
Years Team
2008 Kolkata Knight Riders
2005-2012 Faisalabad Wolves
2012-2015 Lahore Lions
2016-present Peshawar Zalmi
2017-present St Kitts and Nevis Patriots
2017–present Durban Qalandars
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI T20I LA
Matches 50 197 78 293
Runs scored 3,452 6,020 1,619 9,998
Batting average 39.22 32.90 22.48 35.98
100s/50s 9/12 11/34 0/9 17/63
Top score 224 140* 86 140*
Balls bowled 3,953 7,313 1,010 12,192
Wickets 52 136 46 244
Bowling average 33.90 36.91 24.52 34.59
5 wickets in innings 0 0 0 n/a
10 wickets in match 0 0 0 n/a
Best bowling 4/16 4/41 4/10 4/23
Catches/stumpings 38/- 70/– 22/- 119/–
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 9 January 2018

Mohammad Hafeez (Urdu: محمد حفیظ‎; born 17 October 1980 in Sargodha, Punjab) is a Pakistani cricket player, who plays all forms of the game and a former T20I captain of Pakistan cricket team. Hafeez usually opens the batting and forms part of the bowling attack. In 2012–2013, he was ranked as the top all-rounder by the ICC Player Rankings in T20 format. He is known for his intelligent batting but also for aggressive shot plays when needed.[2] He was involved in record opening partnership of 224 runs with Nasir Jamshed. As a player, Hafeez gives the team plenty of options: he usually bats aggressively at the top of the order, but his organised technique also means he can switch to defensive mode if required. As a bowler, he bowls fast and flat for a spinner, but often used as an economical bowler to restrict run rates, while getting through his overs quickly.

He was the fourth international player signed to the Caribbean Premier League and the first Pakistani player to be named to the new Twenty20 tournament. He is widely regarded as The Professor.[3] The major teams for which he played are Pakistan, Lahore, Lahore Lions, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Kolkata Knight Riders, Sargodha, Sui Gas Corporation of Pakistan. He can be a player that was trusted over the years and Shahid Afridi has given the trust as he does with the many other captains over the years.Hafeez scored his test career best of 224 runs against Bangladesh in 2015 at Khulna during the Dan Cake Series.

International career

Early years: 2003–2006

Hafeez also known as The Professor and he played in bhera and was one of several young all-rounders whom the Pakistani cricket team turned to in order to revitalize their side after their poor display in 2003 World Cup where Pakistan was out from first round. His form with both bat and ball was inconsistent and in late 2003 he was dropped from the Test squad and subsequently from the ODI side. Following strong domestic performances, as well as display of good form for the Pakistan A side, he remained on the fringes of a recall in 2004. Hafeez returned to the ODI side in 2005 and despite poor form with the bat, his bowling performances were impressive. In the 2006 series held in Australia, Hafeez smashed his first century for Pakistan. With Pakistan struggling to find a solid opening pair for the Test side, he was recalled for the tour of England. His return to Test cricket was made at The Oval where he scored a fluent 95. Subsequently, Hafeez retained his place in the Test squad for Pakistan's home series against the West Indies in November of that year. After getting out early despite good starts in the first two Tests, he went on to score his second Test century in the third Test in Karachi. However his form remained inconsistent and he was unable to command a regular place in either the Test or ODI side over the next 5 years.

Recall in 2010

In 2010 he was recalled for the third ICC World Twenty20 squad. His form was poor scoring only 39 runs and taking only 2 wickets in 6 matches. However he was subsequently selected for the T20Is and the ODIs on Pakistan's 2010 tour of England. He was the second highest Pakistani run scorer in the ODI series producing some solid opening partnerships with Kamran Akmal. Following this good form he was included in the squad that was selected to play South Africa in the UAE and he replaced disgraced skipper Salman Butt as an opening batsman in both Tests, achieving a batting average 32.50. He played in all 5 ODI matches ending up as the top run scorer and he also topped the bowling averages for the series. At the end of 2010 he was also selected for the party that would tour New Zealand and the West Indies and this resulted in him establishing himself as a regular in the Test, ODI and T20 teams.

Rising through ranks

In 2011 he won an amazing 10 Man-of-the-Match awards in all forms of international cricket and became only the third player (after Sanath Jayasuriya and Jacques Kallis) to score 1000 runs and take 30 wickets in ODI matches within a calendar year.

Against India on 18 March 2012 in Bangladesh at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur at the 2012 Asia Cup, he scored 105 off 113 balls and was involved in a 224 run partnership with Nasir Jamshed, which is the best opening partnership for Pakistan against India in one day internationals. They eclipsed Aamer Sohail and Saeed Anwar's record of 144 runs which was made in 1996.[4] He made his 4th ODI century in March 2012 against Bangladesh at Dhaka. He also made his highest test score of 196 against Sri Lanka in the second Test at Colombo in June 2012. He is currently (2012) ranked number two in the ICC ODI rankings for both bowlers and all-rounders.

In December 2012, during the tour of Pakistani cricket team in India in 2012–13, he came across as a very different and aggressive batsman and scored so brilliantly and briskely and helped Pakistan to win the first T20I and 2nd ODI with his heroics of brilliant batting and nearly chasing a mountain high target of 191 in the second T20I. His scores were 61 and 55 in first and second T20I respectively and scored 76 runs in the 2nd ODI and sharing an opening stand of 141 with Nasir Jamshed and also bowled brilliantly as always economically to help Pakistan win their first ODI series in India since 7 years. He is now considered to be the main allrounder of Pakistan Cricket team. He had a great series against Sri Lanka in Dec 2013, where he scored 122 in the first match, 140* in the third and 113* in the fourth match. Thus he became, the second batsman after Zaheer Abbas to score 3 centuries in an ODI series. Hafeez was initially selected in the Pakistan squad for the 2015 World Cup but was ruled out 6 days before the World Cup due to a calf injury. He was replaced by Nasir Jamshed.

T20 captaincy record

Hafeez's record as T20I captain
Format Matches Won Lost Drawn No result

Win (%)

T20I[5] 29 17 11 60.34


He was appointed captain of the Pakistan T20 team in May 2012 and vice captain, under Misbah-ul-Haq, of the ODI and Test teams. During the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka in September 2012, Pakistan reached the semi-finals where they lost to the home side. After the tournament, there was some controversy with veteran all-rounder Abdul Razzaq who was critical of his non-selection for a number of matches. Hafeez also came into some conflict with the PCB over their view that he adopted a rather unilateral and non-consultative approach while making selection decisions. However, he was supported by the coach Dav Whatmore and both of them emphasised the poor fitness levels of many players. The PCB committee decided that they would subsequently closely monitor Hafeez's performance in this context during the coming tours to India and South Africa.[6] As a captain, he led Pakistan to victories over South Africa, west indies, thet20 champions and Zimbabwe .He equalled the records of most wins as a Pakistani captain in t20 and most number of away series wins as a Pakistani captain Under his leadership, Pakistan managed to move up to the second position in the rankings. He also became the first Pakistani captain to hit three fifties in a row and became Pakistan's leading run scorer in t20s. after Pakistan's exit from the T20 World Championship Hafeez apologized on behalf of his team and stepped down as captain. Imran Khan, Pakistan's former captain criticised this decision and advised Hafeez to stay as captain. His resignation was a rare incident in Pakistan cricket.

Post-captaincy (2016 - present)

In March 2016, Pakistan's exit from the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 after losing 3 matches caused great controversy in Pakistan, with blame shifting between Waqar Younis as well as many of the players on the team. Hafeez was accused, by Younis, of lying about his knee injury before the T20. He said it could have affected the teams poor performance. Despite bad performance during the T20I world cup 2016 Hafeez was picked for the England tour of 2016 Hafeez was out on 0 several times throughout the test series and during the ODI series in the first match he was out on 11 which then he was dropped for rest of the tour because of bad performance and not fit enough to play. After missing out of international cricket for months in which he missed the West Indies series in the UAE, Hafeez was then picked for the Australia tour 2017 to play the ODI series. As of the first ODI match Hafeez was out on 4. For the second ODI Azhar Ali was ruled out because of injury which promoted Hafeez to captain Pakistan, Hafeez did a very good job as Pakistan won the match and first time in 12 years in Australian soil. Not only that Hafeez captaincy was appreciated but he also made 72 runs which earned him player of the match.

Bowling action

Hafeez had been reported for a suspect action after the Abu Dhabi Test against New Zealand in November 2014, and in December his action was found to be illegal following tests at an ICC accredited centre in Loughborough, England. He was found to have an elbow extension up to 31 degrees, far above the permitted limit of 15 degrees. He underwent remedial work at a biomechanics lab in Chennai, but failed an unofficial test on his action on January 3. Later that month the PCB requested the ICC to retest Hafeez's action in February in Brisbane, so that he could bowl at the World Cup if cleared, but he was ruled out of the tournament with a calf injury. Hafeez was finally cleared to bowl again in international cricket on April 21, after more tests on his action in Chennai. Mohammad Hafeez has once again been reported for a suspect action, following the conclusion of the Galle Test on 21 June 2015.,[7] and he was dropped from third test. However, he was again selected for the ODI series against Sri Lanka. He proved the value of his comeback by taking 4 for 41 runs and scored a magnificent century earned him the man of the match award.[8]

Hafeez has been banned from bowling in international cricket for 12 months following an independent assessment of his action, which took place at the Sri Ramachandra University in Chennai on 6 July. The 34-year-old was assessed after the legality of his bowling action came under question by the match officials during Pakistan’s first Test victory over Sri Lanka in Galle (17–21 June).

Following the match, Hafeez was reported by the match officials pursuant to the ICC Regulations for the Review of Bowlers Reported with Suspected Illegal Bowling Actions (the "Regulations") and subsequently underwent the independent assessment in Chennai in accordance with the regulations. The assessment revealed that Hafeez’s elbow extension exceeded 15 degrees while bowling and, thus, he employed an illegal bowling action.

Hafeez was originally suspended from bowling in November 2014. Following remedial work on his bowling action, he was reassessed and permitted to resume bowling in April 2015. As this report has constituted the player’s second report within a two-year period, the first of which led to a suspension, he is now automatically suspended from bowling in international cricket for a 12-month period. Hafeez is entitled to appeal any procedural aspect of an independent assessment that has led to this automatic suspension. However, only after the expiry of this one-year period will he be entitled to approach the ICC for a re-assessment of his bowling action.


  1. First player to score 1,000 T20I runs and take 40 wickets.
  2. Most fifties by a Pakistani batsman in T20Is.
  3. Along with Taufeeq Umar, he opened the innings in the most consecutive Test matches than any other pair in Pakistan cricket history.
  4. PCB "Player-of-the-Year" award in 2012.
  5. Nominated by the ICC for the "Spirit-of-Cricket" award for not claiming a false catch in a Test match vs England in UAE in 2012.
  6. 10 'Man of the Match' awards in 2011.
  7. 2nd Pakistani player to score an ODI hundred and take a 4-wicket haul in the same match.
  8. Only player in the world to bowl 1,200 overs without a single No-Ball
  9. 10th batsman for Pakistan to score 6,000 runs in ODIs.[9]

International centuries

Test centuries

Mohammad Hafeez's Test centuries
# Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Start date Result
1 102* 2  Bangladesh Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan Arbab Niaz Stadium 27 August 2003 Won
2 104 7  West Indies Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan National Stadium 27 November 2006 Won
3 119 18  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Bulawayo, Zimbabwe Queens Sports Club 1 September 2011 Won
4 143 22  Bangladesh Bangladesh Chittagong, Bangladesh Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium 9 December 2011 Won
5 196 27  Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Colombo, Sri Lanka Sinhalese Sports Club Ground 30 June 2012 Drawn
6 101* 39  New Zealand United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Sheikh Zayed Stadium 9 November 2014 Won
7 197 40  New Zealand United Arab Emirates Sharjah, United Arab Emirates Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 26 November 2014 Lost
8 224 41  Bangladesh Bangladesh Khulna, Bangladesh Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium 28 April 2015 Drawn
9 151 47  England United Arab Emirates Sharjah, United Arab Emirates Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 1 November 2015 Won

ODI centuries

Mohammad Hafeez's One Day International centuries
# Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Date Result
1 115 61  New Zealand New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand AMI Stadium 29 January 2011 Won
2 121 76  West Indies Barbados Bridgetown, Barbados Kensington Oval 2 May 2011 Lost
3 139* 81  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club 11 September 2011 Won
4 105 98  India Bangladesh Dhaka, Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium 18 March 2012 Lost
5 122* 117  Ireland Republic of Ireland Dublin, Ireland Clontarf Cricket Club Ground 23 May 2013 Tied
6 136* 123  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club 29 August 2013 Won
7 122 137  Sri Lanka United Arab Emirates Sharjah, United Arab Emirates Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 18 December 2013 Won
8 140* 139  Sri Lanka United Arab Emirates Sharjah, United Arab Emirates Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 22 December 2013 Won
9 113* 140  Sri Lanka United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium 25 December 2013 Won
10 103 162  Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Dambulla, Sri Lanka Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium 11 July 2015 Won
11 102* 170  England United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium 11 November 2015 Won
Number of centuries & highest scores against opponent nations
Opposition Test centuries ODI centuries Test H.S. ODI H.S. T20I H.S.
 Sri Lanka 1 4 196 140* 42
 New Zealand 2 1 197 115 46
 West Indies 1 1 104 121 19
 England 1 1 151 102* 46
 India 1 105 61
 South Africa 0 0 60 68 86
 Australia 0 0 45 78 45
 Bangladesh 3 0 224 89 45
 Zimbabwe 1 2 119 139* 71
 Ireland N/A 1 N/A 122*
9 11 224 140* 86

International Awards

Test Cricket

Man of the series awards

# Series Season Match Performance Result
1 Pakistan vs New Zealand in UAE Test Series 2014/15 418 runs with 2 hundreds and 1 fifty. Avg. 139.33 ; 4 wickets. (2 Matches) Drawn.[10]

Man of the Match awards

S No Series Season Match Performance Result
1 1st Test – Pakistan in Zimbabwe Test Series 2011/12 1st Innings: 9-1-30-0 ; 119 (177 balls, 19×4, 1x6); 2 Catches
2nd Innings: 15-4-31-4 ; 38 (44 balls, 6×4, 1x6)
 Pakistan won by 7 wickets.[11]
2 3rd Test - England in UAE Test Series 2015/16 1st Innings: 27 (57 balls, 2×4)
2nd Innings: 151 (266 balls, 15×4, 3x6)
 Pakistan won by 127 runs [12]

One-Day International Cricket

Man of the series awards

# Series Season Match Performance Result
1 Pakistan in West Indies 2010/11 267 runs with avg. of 53.40 (5 Matches)  Pakistan Won the series 3-2.[13]
2 Pakistan in West Indies 2013 260 runs with avg. of 65.00 ; 6 wickets for 141 runs. (5 Matches)  Pakistan Won the series 3-1.[14]
3 Sri Lanka vs Pakistan in UAE 2013/14 448 runs with avg. of 149.33 ; 2 ct. ; 4 wickets for 208 runs. (5 Matches)  Pakistan Won the series 3-2.[15]
4 Pakistan in Sri Lanka 2015 273 runs with avg. of 54.60 ; 2 ct. ; 6 wickets for 106 runs. (5 Matches)  Pakistan Won the series 3-2.[16]

Man of the Match awards

S No Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result
1 Sri Lanka Rangiri Dambulla Stadium, Dambulla 10 May 2003 53 (114 balls, 2×4); 3-1-5-1 ; 1 ct.  Pakistan won by 79 runs.[17]
2 England Old Trafford, Manchester 17 June 2003 10-0-41-1 ; 69 (112 balls, 8x4)  Pakistan won by 2 wickets.[18]
3 New Zealand AMI Stadium, Christchurch 29 January 2011 115 (144 balls, 12x4, 2x6); 5-0-21-1 ; 1 ct.  Pakistan won by 43 runs.[19]
4 West Indies Shere Bangla Stadium, Dhaka 23 March 2011 10-3-16-2 ; 61* (64 balls, 10x4)  Pakistan won by 10 wickets.[20]
5 West Indies Beausejour Ground, Gros Islet 23 April 2011 10-2-36-2 ; 54 (45 balls, 7x4, 1x6)  Pakistan won by 8 wickets.[21]
6 West Indies Kensington Oval, Bridgetown 2 May 2011 121 (138 balls, 7x4, 3x6) ; 6-0-26-1  Pakistan won by 1 run (D/L).[22]
7 Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare 11 September 2011 10-0-43-0 ; 139 (147 balls, 13×4, 1×6)  Pakistan won by 10 wickets.[23]
8 Bangladesh Shere Bangla Stadium, Dhaka 11 March 2012 89 (126 balls, 7x4) ; 10-1-40-2  Pakistan won by 21 runs.[24]
9 Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare 29 August 2013 136* (130 balls, 9x4, 5x6); 6-0-35-0  Pakistan won by 90 runs.[25]
10 Sri Lanka Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah 18 December 2013 122 (129 balls, 7x4, 4x6) ; 10-0-52-1 ; 1 ct.  Pakistan won by 11 runs.[26]
11 Sri Lanka Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah 22 December 2013 140* (136 balls, 11x4, 3x6) ; 5-0-32-2  Pakistan won by 113 runs.[27]
12 Sri Lanka Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi 25 December 2013 9-0-46-0 ; 113* (119 balls, 12x4, 2x6)  Pakistan won by 8 wickets.[28]
13 India Shere Bangla Stadium, Dhaka 1 March 2014 9-0-38-2 ; 2 ct. ; 75 (117 balls, 3x4, 2x6)  Pakistan won by 1 wicket.[29]
14 Sri Lanka Rangiri Dambulla Stadium, Dambulla 11 July 2015 10-1-41-4 ; 1 ct. ; 103 (95 balls, 10x4, 4x6)  Pakistan won by 6 wickets.[30]
15 England Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi 11 November 2015 DNB ; 102* (130 balls, 10x4, 1x6)  Pakistan won by 6 wickets.[31]
16 Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 15 January 2017 10-0-45-0 ; 72 (104 balls, 8x4, 0x6)  Pakistan won by 6 wickets.[32]

Twenty20 International Cricket

Player of the Series Awards

# Series Season Match Performance Result
1 Pakistan vs India in India 2012/13 Runs: 116 (70 balls: 12×4, 5x6), Ave – 58.00, SR – 165.71
Field: 0/23
2 Pakistan vs South Africa in South Africa 2013/14 Runs: 76 (56 balls: 6×4, 3x6), Ave – 76.00, SR – 135.71
Field: 2/51 ; 2 ct.

Man of the Match Awards

# Series Season Match Performance Result
1 Pakistan vs Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe 2011/12 71 (48 balls: 6x4, 3x6) ; 2.2-0-10-4  Pakistan won by 85 runs.[35]
2 Pakistan vs Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe 2011/12 51 (38 balls: 5x4, 1x6) ; 3-0-11-3  Pakistan won by 5 runs.[36]
3 Pakistan vs Bangladesh in Bangladesh 2011/12 25 (31 balls: 2x4, 1x6) ; 4-0-11-2  Pakistan won by 7 wickets.[37]
4 Pakistan vs Australia in Australia 2012 4-0-24-2 ; 1 ct. ; 17 (15 balls: 2x4)  Pakistan won by 7 wickets.[38]
5 Pakistan vs India in India 2012/13 2-0-12-0 ; 61 (44 balls: 6x4, 2x6)  Pakistan won by 5 wickets.[39]
6 Pakistan vs South Africa in South Africa 2012/13 86 (51 balls: 9x4, 4x6) ; 3-0-25-3  Pakistan won by 95 runs.[40]
7 Pakistan vs South Africa in South Africa 2013/14 63 (41 balls: 5x4, 3x6) ; 3-0-26-0 ; 1 ct.  Pakistan won by 6 runs.[41]
8 Pakistan vs Afghanistan in UAE 2013/14 4-0-13-0 ; 42* (37 balls: 2x4, 1x6)  Pakistan won by 6 wickets.[42]


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Preceded by
Pakistani national cricket captain (T20I)
Succeeded by
Shahid Afridi

External links

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  • Mohammad Hafeez on Twitter
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