The drummer for the opening of Pakistan bowler out of turn, Mohammad Hafeez, played a crucial role in the reservoir of the victory of the men in green in the Caribbean by 10 wickets in the quarter-finals of World Cup 2011 Cricket on Wednesday.
Mohammad Hafeez grabbed two wickets for just 16 runs and then returned to defend their actions with the ball unbeaten half-century of the match wins.
Skipper Shahid Afridi, who has a firm belief in the ability of Hafeez, also known as the professor, as he won the ball to him after the first course. Hafeez never looked back rookie bowling ball as he caught Devon Smith and Darren Bravo in the same course across the counter.
Later, chasing 113 runs to win over Kamran Akmal completed the target in just 20.5 overs and remained unbeaten in 61 intervals of only 64 balls.Source URL: http://lifestyleartsblogs.blogspot.com/2011/03/icc-quarterfinal-pakistan-v-west-indies.html
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