Mohammad Hafeez is well-known as a former international cricket player from Pakistan. The Right-Handed Batsman and Right-Arm Off Break Bowler spent his career as a spin bowling all-rounder, scoring 12,780 runs in international matches which included 55 test matches, 218 ODIs, and 119 T20s. Also being part of the team during the 2010s with Saeed Ajmal and Shahid Afridi. He is notable for his skills, playing 218 ODIs and T20Is. He became a member of the Pakistan team which won the ICC Champions trophy in 2017, in which Hafeez played a major role in the final.
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Mohammad Hafeez Salary And Net Worth
Mohammad Hafeez is better known as one of the wealthy sportsmen of the Pakistan cricket team. He is in 4th place as claimed by his net worth. According to reports the chief source of his worth is his vocation. He played for some major squads, such as “Pakistan, Lahore, Lahore Lions, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Kolkata Knight Riders, Sargodha, Sui Gas Corporation of Pakistan” and so on.
His monthly revenue in Pakistani rupees is more than 7 lakh. Hafeez’s earnings in INR 2.3 crore from his different sources of income including PSL franchise and Lahore Qalanders.
His net worth during the year was as follows:-
2019 – 64.5 Million
2020 – 75.2 Million
2021 – 86 Million
2022 – 96.7 Million
2023 – 107 Million
Mohammad Hafeez Retirement
Mohammad Hafeez started his cricket career in 1998 and continued to play for 19 years. He represents cricket not only in the domestic field but also at the international level. His domestic career began in 1998 and his international profession in 2003.
His first test match was against Bangladesh on August 20, 2003. Hafeez was the only prominent player who recorded 1500 runs and took 50 wickets in the remarkable history of PSL (Pakistan Super League) cricket. He is the sole sportsman who won 2 PSL titles with 2 different groups.
He got 10 “Player of the Match” awards in the history of PSL and was also awarded 2 times “Man of the Tournament” award in PSL. After all these accomplishments he retired from Test cricket in 2018 with a record of 55 test matches which included 190+ scores.
And he entirely announced his retirement from cricket on 3 January 2022. His words at the time of taking completion, “ My journey of pride representing Pakistan came to an end and I am proudly retiring from international cricket with great satisfaction and joy. Thank you all for 18 years of support. Maintaining the highest level of pride and dignity is always my most valuable achievement. Pakistan Zindabad”.
Appointed As Director Of The Pakistan Cricket Team
He played 55 test matches for Pakistan. He was also handed the captaincy in the T20 International World Cup in 2012, where Pakistan lost to Sri Lanka after playing the semifinal. In the period of his captaincy, the cricket team of Pakistan ranked 2nd internationally. Mohammad Hafeez got the nickname, “The Professor” because of his intellectual playing technique.
Hafeez, former Pakistan test captain was appointed as the Director of Pakistan Men’s cricket team on Wednesday 15 November 2023. Right now he is part of the technical committee of the PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board).
On Tuesday 14 November 2023, after leading selector Inzamam-Ul-Haq resigned from the designation, Hafeez was selected as the Director. He expressed his pleasure at being chosen as the director and announced that they would achieve excellence cooperatively.
Hafeez has been given the obligation to recreate the national team after they were eliminated in the World Cup. As Mohammad Hafeez’s record as a wonderful player, the PCB expects to see him as an exceptional Director.