The World for the Legendary Leg Spinner Abdul Qadr

It was praised by former players and officials around the world for the legendary Leg Spinner Abdul Qadr, who stunned his fans by an unexpected death on Friday night. He was 63 years old. The death of Khaydir was “a huge loss of Pakistani cricket,” led by former Pakistani governors Wassim Akram, Moin Khan, Rashid Latif, and Wakar Eunice.

In the late 1980s

Han and Sim played with Qadir, saying, “We lost the great man who was an organ of ourselves. "They called him a magician for various reasons, but I trusted him when he saw me with eyes and told me he would play in Pakistan for the next 20 years," Wasim recalled. “Magic magician. The man who turns legs and the pioneer of his time. You miss Abdul Qadir but you will never forget it. As an avid fan of 708 scalp and Qadir, Shane Warrn, Australia's second-largest test turnstile, the great leg spinner in history, mourned a shocking death. Warne told Sky Sports in his fourth retest. We congratulate the Abdul Kaadir family.

When I first visited Pakistan in 1994, I had a chance to meet him. I think many of those who did a leg spin are the ones we saw in the 80's. He was the main leg spinner at the time, ”Warne said. He was a good bowler who killed a lot of hitters. His record is fantastic. The sudden death of Qadir was also desperate for former captains and brothers Almighty Mustak Mohammed and Saadiq Mohammad. The news of Abdul Qadir's timely death is indeed sad news.

Undoubtedly he was a world-class leg spinner and played a big role in many of Pakistan's victories, ”Mushtaq said. He will be remembered as a bowling genius for a long time. Let Allah have the best seat in Jannah. Sadiq endorsed Mushtaq's view: “I am shocked by this news. I saw the embarrassment of batters from all over the world because of Qadir's bowling and I am proud to be with him.

Javed Miandad expressed his deep condolences for the sad death, saying that he could not believe it yet. “Abdul Qadr was a lovely man. As a bowler, he undoubtedly used his excellent bowling skills to keep his leg spins live. We played together in Pakistan as well as Habib Bank Limited.

Iqbal Qasim and NBP

Iqbal Qasim Former test spinner and head of NBP sports Iqbal Qasim was very emotional about Qadir's death and said: I can't believe Kadir is no longer there. May Allah bless his soul. Former captain and wicket coach Wasim Bari recalled that Qadir made his test debut in 1978 with his captain. I express my deepest condolences to his family for this tragedy, ”Bari said. Sky Sports commentator and former British captain David Gower said: “He was a wonderful and colorful leg. I enjoyed confronting him like the challenge of playing people with his skills. Qadir will sometimes kill you. 

He always told you 'Did you googly? He was a lovely man with a tremendous amount of skill and mourning. In an interview with the press, Asian Bradman Zaheer Abbas said: “I was one of the largest right arm leg spinners in the world that redefined spin bowling technology. He learned the game well and was very dedicated. When I heard the news, I didn't believe it at first. But that is life. Goodbye, friend! A number of former Indian test hitter VVS Laxman added.

I was sad to hear about the death of Abdul Qadir. I was always fascinated by his unique bowling style and he was one of the best leg spinners to play. This is shocking news,” said Madan Lal, all over India. Qadir was a dear friend and will miss. May his soul be at peace. Salahuddin Sallu, a former test cricketer and chief selector, said: “I am deeply saddened by the death of Qadir. He was a great friend and a magnificent leg rotor, and his exploitation will be remembered for a long time.

May his soul be at peace. Ah een

Mudassar Nazar, one of Qad's former teammates, was stunned at the news of his death. “I am totally desolate. I can't believe that he is with us anymore. We knew each other from the age of 13, grew up together, played on the same team, went to the same university and eventually went to the Pakistan U-19 team and the senior team, ”Mudassar said. Fawa Ijaz Khan, president of the Pakistan Veterans Cricket Association (PVCA), recalled his long relationship with Qadir. “I and Qadir studied together at Lahore Govt College and we were great friends.

He led the veteran team to India, and again to Pakistan's Indian veterans. We will miss him. Shoaib Akhtar, an express pace program, said that the resurgence of leg spins in cricket has contributed completely to Qadir. “He inspired several bowlers to turn their legs. Good soul. God bless him. Shaw Yves Mohammed, a former Pakistani hitter and son of legendary Hanif Mohammad, remembered his friend and teammate Abdul Qadr as a "trained and candid man.

As a selector, he played an important role in picking the Pakistan World T20 team, who won the 2009 British Tournament. But soon resigned as senior selector due to differences with PCB selection policy. Former Captain Intikhab Alam and Federal IPC Secretary Fehmida Mirza also mourned Qadir's sad death.
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