Mohammad Hafeez is one of the longest serving servants of the Pakistan cricket. With a career stretched over 17 years, the all-rounder has represented the green team in 55 Tests, 218 ODIs and 91 T20Is. While he wasn’t the most consistent player, it is hard to ignore the balance he provided with his all-round skills.
Being a witness to many pages of Pakistan’s cricket history, Hafeez has recently announced to publish his autobiography. The former skipper said that he would not apply a lens promoting lies to increase the spice content. Instead, his plan is to present everything as it happened in his book.
The 39-year old cricketer admitted that few people won’t like certain parts of the book, but he doesn’t aim to garner admiration of all. In fact, Hafeez revealed that he has already started working on his autobiography. However, the quality cricketer, who is meant to bid farewell to International cricket after playing the T20 World Cup in Australia, hasn’t given any final date of his release.