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Mohammad Amir

Early life Amir was born in 1992 in Changa Bangial, Gujar Khan, Pothohar, Pakistan. He is the son of Raja Muhammad Fayyaz.He was the second youngest of seven children. “Wasim Akram is my favourite, he’s my idol. When I used to watch him on TV, I would try to see what exactly he was doing …

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Inzamam-ul-Haq

Personal life His family moved out from the city of Hansi, nowadays in the modern Indian state of Haryana but then part of Punjab, during the Partition. In 2010, Inzamam and Saeed Anwar started Meat One, a chain of specialty meat shops.In 2017, Inzamam launched Legends of Inzamam ul Haq, a clothing store in Lahore. His nephew Imam-ul-Haq also plays for …

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Shoaib Akhtar

Personal life Akhtar was born in a small town in Morgah near Rawalpindi, Pakistan. His father, Mohammad Akhtar, “from a hardworking economically unprivileged Punjabi family of the Gujjar community”, who worked as a night watchman at a petrol station belonging to the Attock oil refinery, married his mother, Hameeda Awan, when she was still a teenager, and …

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Wasim Akram

Early and personal life Wasim Akram was born on 3 June 1966 to a Punjabi Muslim Arain family in Lahore.Akram’s father, Chaudhary Muhammed Akram, was originally from a village near Amritsar in east Punjab, India, who moved to Kamonki, Punjab, Pakistan, after the partition of India in 1947. At the age of 30, Akram was diagnosed …

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Shahid Afridi

Early and personal life Afridi was born in 1975in Khyber Agency of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, Pakistan. He is from the Afridi tribe of Pashtuns.Afridi is married to his maternal cousin Nadia Afridi and has four daughters: Aqsa, Ansha, Ajwa and Asmara. Afridi was drafted to the Pakistan senior national team after fine performances at the …

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Shaheen Afridi

Early life and career Shaheen belongs to the Zakhakhel Afridi tribe of the Pashtuns.He grew up in Landi Kotal, a town in Khyber District, Pakistan, on the border with Afghanistan. He is the youngest of seven brothers; his eldest brother, 15 years his senior, is Riaz Afridi who played a solitary Test match for Pakistan in 2004. Shaheen started his …

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Usman Khawaja

Domestic career Khawaja in 2011 A left-handed top order batsman, Khawaja was awarded Player of the Australian Under-19 Championship in 2005 and also played for Australia in the 2006 U-19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka as an opening batsman. He made his first-class debut for the New South Wales Blues in 2008.In the same year, he hit consecutive double …

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