Mohammad Yousuf, the former Pakistan batsman, was an epitome of elegance which swelled the charm of Pakistan cricket for 13 long years. Ever since he joined the national team, the boys in green found a new life in their middle order. Playing 90 Tests, 288 ODIs and 3 T20Is, Yousuf managed to average 52.29, 41.71 and 16.66 respectively.
In these games, he played crucial knocks for the green team, highlighting the value he adds to the unit. With such a class, it was only natural to see Yousuf grabbing many batting records to become one of the most celebrated Pakistani batters.
Recently, the 45-year old reflected on his playing days and talked about his batting role models. He revealed that watching players like Saleem Malik, ijaz Ahmed, Saeed Anwar and Inzamam-ul-Haq bat made him learn a lot about this trade. The former captain also added that the listed players had a lot of class with which they scored runs everywhere in the world and helped Yousuf turn into a better player.