Abdul Qadir was awarded the ICC Hall of Fame

Abdul Qadir was awarded the ICC Hall of Fame, DUBAI: Worldwide Cricket Gathering on Tuesday and declared the acceptance of Pakistan’s unbelievable leg-spinner, Abdul Qadir, into the ICC Cricket Lobby of Notoriety.

The late spinner has been remembered as the most distinguished rundown of cricketers for a surprising profession that endured over 10 years.

Qadir turned into the seventh Pakistani to get the distinction as his countrymen Imran Khan, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Javed Miandad, Zaheer Abbas, and Hanif Mohammad had proactively been conceded into the ICC Lobby of Notoriety.

The unbelievable spinner was joined by West Indies’ extraordinary Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Britain ladies’ group’s previous commander Charlotte Edwards in the furthest down-the-line sections to the world-class list.

Qadir, who died in 2019, is notable for altering the craft of twist bowling as Australian legend Shane Warne once reviewed that he admired Qadir while watching him on TV during the 1980s.

He made his presentation in 1977 against Britain in the home Test series and proceeded to address Pakistan for north of 13 years during which he showed up in 67 Test matches and 104 ODI games. He completed his vocation with 236 Test wickets and 132 ODI wickets.

“For the benefit of the family, I need to say thank you kindly to the ICC for designating my dad for acceptance into the Corridor of Notoriety.

It is an exceptionally enormous distinction so that the family could know about this news, we consider it to be an immense accomplishment, and one that my dad would be extremely glad for in the event that he was still with us today,” said Qadir’s child Usman – who presently plays for Pakistan as a right-arm leg spinner, proceeding with his dad’s heritage.

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