A great loss to the cricket world.

1,930 total views, 1 views today

1,930 total views, 1 views today MARGATE/FL – USA: Chairman of Cricket Council USA Mahammad Qureshi says that the death of former Test legend Abdul Qadir is a great loss to the cricket world. The 63-year-old died of a cardiac arrest in Lahore, his family confirmed on Friday. Qadir played 67 Tests from 1977 to 1990, taking 236 wickets including nine for 56 against England at Lahore in 1987. He also featured in 104 one-day internationals, claiming 132 victims. He was a key member of Pakistan’s team during the 1980s and became…