Thieves attacked the home of this Pakistani veteran in the midst of PSL, fled with thousands of rupees

These days the Pakistan Super League 2023 is being played. Bad news has come from Pakistan in the middle of the league. In reality, the home of former Pakistan team captain Mohammad Hafeez has been robbed. The thieves took the foreign currency kept in Hafeez’s house. According to media reports, the thieves have stolen around 55 lakh 78 lakh Pakistani rupees from Hafeez’s house.

This incident took place when Mohammad Hafeez and his wife were not present at home. According to the police investigation, the thieves attacked the house of Mohammad Hafeez between midnight last Sunday and Monday. The thieves took $20,000 (about 55 lakh 78 lakh Pakistani rupees) from Hafeez’s house. The former Kaptav’s uncle, Shahid Iqbal, filed a complaint about this incident.

Mohammad Hafeez, who said goodbye to international cricket on January 3, 2023, is currently playing for the PSL. Hafeez is part of the Quetta Gladiators team. In the 25th game of the league, against Peshawar Zalmi, quick tackles by Mohammad Hafeez helped the team win. He scored an innings of 41 runs on 18 balls aided by 4 fours and 2 sixes. During this, his unemployment rate was 227.78.

While talking about Hafeez’s international career, he has played a total of 55 Tests, 218 ODIs and 119 T20 Internationals for Pakistan. While batting in the Tests he scored 3652 runs at an average of 37.65. In this, he has scored 10 centuries and 12 half centuries. Apart from this, he has scored 6614 runs in ODIs with 11 centuries and 38 half centuries. At the same time, in T20 International, he has scored 2,514 runs at an average of 26.46 and a strike rate of 122.04.

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