Hello friends, today I'm come back with sad news in the cricket world, that Pakistan's great leg spinner Abdul Qadir did not live in this world, let's know in detail.
Pakistan's 63-year-old leg-spinner Abdul Qadir, who died of a cardiac attack, according to reports on 6 September 2019, was a legendary leg-spinner at one time. He mainly played from Pakistan, he was a part of the one-time Pakistan team. The captain has also been. Has been a selector too, and a commentator. His death had engulfed the cricket world.
Carrer of Abdul Kadir
Former Pakistani leg spinner Abdul Qadir was born on 15 September 1955 in Lahore which is in Pakistan and died on 6 September 2019. Abdul Qadir Test debut was on 14 September 1970 against England and last Test match played against West Indies on 6 December 1990, his ODI debut was in on 11 June 1983 against West Indies and his last ODI match was in 2 November 1993 against Sri Lanka. During this time, he scored 1029 runs and 236 wickets in 67 Test matches, along with 5 wickets in 1 match 5 times and scored 641 runs and 132 wickets in 104 ODI matches.