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    Mohammad Hafeez for Middlesex in T20 Blast 2019 - Performance Watch




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    Mohammad Hafeez is set to join Middlesex on a short-term deal as cover for AB de Villiers.

    Club president Mike Selvey revealed on social media on Tuesday that the Pakistan allrounder has been signed to fill in for the South African, who is due to return to the club for the T20 Blast game against Hampshire on August 29.

    Hafeez averages 24.49 with the bat and 22.51 with the ball over his 258-game T20 career.

    The 38-year-old was part of the Pakistan squad which failed to qualify for the semi-finals at the recent World Cup, and subsequently lost his central contract with the PCB.

    He has substantial boots to fill at Middlesex, for whom De Villiers excelled during his initial stay.

    De Villiers hit 253 runs in five innings for the Seaxes at an average of 84.33 and strike rate of 191.66.

    https://www.thecricketer.com/Topics/..._villiers.html


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    That’s a downgrade if I ever saw one.

    Best of luck to him though. Hope he does well in all these T20 leagues as long as he never represents Pakistan again

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    I think this is a decent signinng. He is useful in these leagues.

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    What an upgrade!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    De Villiers hit 253 runs in five innings for the Seaxes at an average of 84.33 and strike rate of 191.66.
    Meanwhile, Hafeez is coming from the GT20 where he hit 85 runs in 5 games.


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    Good for Hafeez I say. A bit of county exposure this late in his career can't do any bad for him as it is.

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    He gets into a proper t20 league after scoring 85 in 5 games in a Mickey Mouse league lol

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    I think itís a mix up.. they went for Malik lol

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    A like for like replacement.

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    Good for Hafeez.

    He can earn some quick bucks by playing this.

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    Hope he perfoms well. If more Pakistani players do well in the T20 blast then hopefully Pakistani players stocks rise and can help secure more county contracts for our players.

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    Lol what a downgrade.


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    Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce that Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has joined the club today.

    Pakistan international Hafeez, 38, will be available for Middlesex for tomorrow’s trip to Chelmsford to take on Essex in the Vitality Blast and for each of club’s remaining South Group matches.

    Hafeez, the vastly experienced aggressive top order batsman and off-spin bowler, has amassed over 5,000 runs and taken 162 wickets in over 250 T20 matches and has hit almost 2,000 International T20 runs for Pakistan in 89 appearances, taking 54 wickets.

    Hafeez will once again team up with Middlesex captain, Dawid Malan, having previously played together with success for Peshawar Zalmi in the Pakistan Super League - winning the tournament in 2017.

    Tomorrow’s clash against Essex will be Mujeeb ur Rahman’s final group stage appearance for Middlesex in the Vitality Blast, as he will return home, having been recalled by the Afghanistan Cricket Board.

    As announced by Middlesex last week, AB de Villiers will join Hafeez as Middlesex’s other overseas signing for the final two group matches of this year’s Vitality Blast campaign against Hampshire on 29th August and Somerset on the 30th August.

    On the signing of Hafeez, Middlesex Cricket’s Managing Director of Cricket, commented:

    “We are delighted to have a player of Mohammad’s experience and ability to join us for the last few matches of the T20 group campaign.

    “Attempting to find players to fill the holes created by Mujeeb and AB’s departures is difficult, but when contemplating such a figure, Mohammad was top of our list.

    “He’s been playing regular cricket all summer in the ICC World Cup for Pakistan and in the Global T20 tournament in Canada for Edmonton Royals and we’re really looking forward to welcoming him at Chelmsford on Wednesday.”


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    Hafeez: Gather around children of Middlesex and let me teach you the true art of this game.. this is a shot I call ‘nicking to slip’.

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    MIDDLESEX SIGN MOHAMMAD HAFEEZ FOR VITALITY BLAST

    Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce that Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has joined the club today.

    Pakistan international Hafeez, 38, will be available for Middlesex for tomorrow’s trip to Chelmsford to take on Essex in the Vitality Blast and for each of club’s remaining South Group matches.

    Hafeez, the vastly experienced aggressive top order batsman and off-spin bowler, has amassed over 5,000 runs and taken 162 wickets in over 250 T20 matches and has hit almost 2,000 International T20 runs for Pakistan in 89 appearances, taking 54 wickets.

    Hafeez will once again team up with Middlesex captain, Dawid Malan, having previously played together with success for Peshawar Zalmi in the Pakistan Super League - winning the tournament in 2017.

    Tomorrow’s clash against Essex will be Mujeeb ur Rahman’s final group stage appearance for Middlesex in the Vitality Blast, as he will return home, having been recalled by the Afghanistan Cricket Board.

    As announced by Middlesex last week, AB de Villiers will join Hafeez as Middlesex’s other overseas signing for the final two group matches of this year’s Vitality Blast campaign against Hampshire on 29th August and Somerset on the 30th August.

    On the signing of Hafeez, Middlesex Cricket’s Managing Director of Cricket, commented:

    “We are delighted to have a player of Mohammad’s experience and ability to join us for the last few matches of the T20 group campaign.

    “Attempting to find players to fill the holes created by Mujeeb and AB’s departures is difficult, but when contemplating such a figure, Mohammad was top of our list.

    “He’s been playing regular cricket all summer in the ICC World Cup for Pakistan and in the Global T20 tournament in Canada for Edmonton Royals and we’re really looking forward to welcoming him at Chelmsford on Wednesday.”

    https://www.middlesexccc.com/news/20...vitality-blast


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    Connections houn tou Hafeez bhae jese !

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    Well if you need someone to replace De Villiers, you only have two batsmen in the modern game who can come close - one is Kohli and the other Hafeez.

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    They will quickly realise he is past his best.

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    Judging by his recent form, this not look like a good signing at all.

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    Meanwhile, AB is reported to be quaking in his boots and suffering sleepless nights - his replacement is so phenomenally talented that AB may find that he's permanently lost his Middlesex place.

    Hafeez on the other hand is hoping to become a member of the Big 4 during this stint. He's firmly set his sights on hitting at least one 'big' 4 before he leaves Middlesex.

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    Good luck Middlesex.... be prepared to be massively underwhelmed!

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    Hafeez is an .... interesting replacement for AB


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post

    Top all rounder?? Are we talking about the same cricketer?!

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