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    Legendary Pakistan leg-spinner Abdul Qadir passes away at the age of 63

    Just in on Pakistan news channels. He got a cardiac arrest or a heart attack as I read.


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    Abdul Qadir passes away due to heart attack

    A few channels reporting this and it appears Kamran Akmal has confirmed the news.

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    inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon

    Just seen it on Ary news

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    extremly sad news Inna lillahe wainna elahi rajioun

    He was a legspin ATG , his influence was enormous.

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    Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajioon


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    Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon

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    Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajioon

    Legendary bowler.

    Very sad news.



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    Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon
    One of the best leg spinner the world has ever seen.
    Really sad news, prayers with his family

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    Inna lillahi wa inna illahe rajioon.

    Never seen him play but hear stories from my dad about how good he was. May Allah grant him a place in Jannah and help his family in this tough time.

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    Inna lillahi wa inna illahe rajioon.

    Shocked. Was he even 60? After senior actor Abid Ali's death another sad news.


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    Rip.
    He was a legend. Many greats of the 70s and 80s considered him to be one of the greatest leg spinniners of all time

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    Inna lillahi wa inna illahe rajioon.

    Great bowler and a colorful personality, a PAK Great for sure. One of the genius of the game, who raised to peak from a humble back-ground. I do think he will make the Test & ODI XII of 1980's decade, the toughest of cricket eras.

    May the departed soul rest in peace.

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    inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon

    Just found out and I didn't believed it first time.

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    إِنَّا لِلّهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ‎


    If I remember correctly, Imran Khan said he would have been the highest wicket taker if there was DRS system...

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    OMG!! what a great character he was. Who can forget his mullet and that springy steps before he twirled the ball. It's sad to see past cricketers passing away. May his soul rest in piece.

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    Sad news, definitely a Pakistani legend in both tests and ODIs.

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    Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Illahi Rajiyoon


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    Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Illahi Rajioon.

    Heard some great stories about the lad. Prayers and thoughts with his family.

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    Inna lillahi wa inna illahe rajioon.


    Very sad news.

    Condolences to the lost ones family.

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    Marvellous bowler.

    I loved watching him in England in 1982. That googly to Vic Marks!

    Imran Khan will be devastated.

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    Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Illahi Rajiyoon

    May Allah bless him with jannah and give his family Sabr,

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    RIP. Terrific cricketer, and by all accounts a lovely man

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    Too young. RIP.

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    Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajiun.


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    Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Illahi Rajioon
    Allah unki magfirat farma.

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    This man reinvented the art of legspin and gave us Shane Warne.

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    Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajioon

    Sad news. A legendary bowler who revived the dying art of leg spin in the 80s.

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    Very sad day.

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    Extremely sad news.

    My mum was a big fan of him, especially his unique action.

    Thatís Abid ali (actor) and Mr Qadir in the same week. Huge losses. Two fine talents.

    May Allah forgive their sins and give them the highest rankings in Jannah. Ameen.

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    Very very sad.

    Rip legend

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    My earliest memory of cricket is my dad teaching me how to bat while he imitates Abdul Qadir's unique action as Qadir was his favourite player.


    Inna lillahi wa inna illahi rajioon


    May Allah forgive Abdul Qadir of all his sins, and grant him the highest place in Jannat.

    Massive loss for the nation, two in two days first Abid Ali and now Qadir.


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    Innalilahi wa inna ilaihi rajioon.

    May his soul rest in peace.Sad news.

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    Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajioon

    Him bowling at one end and Imran bowling at the other day maybe will never be surpassed for Pakistan.

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    This is so disturbing.

    RIP!

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    Some memories of the great Abdul Qadir:


    Thereafter he was dropped, only to make a comeback in the 1982 tour of England on Imran’s insistence.

    Imran had recommended him to grow the French beard for the tour. In the captain’s opinion, it made Qadir look like a wizard. To make sure Qadir listened, Imran added the incentive, "It works with the woman too!" Qadir, complete with his beard, his unique run-up, and his deceptive variety, was ready to take on England.


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    Sad news, my earliest memory of him is a child collecting BIG FUN cricket cards and there was rumor of Abdul Qadir cricket card being the rarest and someone had acquired, thats when I first heard of him(didnít know any old cricketers then) and had to ask other people who he was(no google) and elders told me about his skills.

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    Way too early to go. Honestly breaks my heart. A very dark day for the game we all love to death.

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    Very Sad news.

    May Allah bless him with Jannah

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    Sad news.

    One of the most skillful leggies to ever grace the game. Condolonces to his family.


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    Very sad news. A legend of the art called leg spin.

    May his soul rest in peace

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    He was a magician. Tue best spinner in the 80s. The only time Pakistan was some distance ahead of India in spin department was when Qadir led them.

    He troubled Viv Richards a lot. And thats something.

    His humbleness was at display when he said in an interview that SRT hit him for 4 sixes, it was not that he bowled bad balls, it was the boy's talent.

    Om Shanti Magician, you passed away so suddenly that the world is as bamboozled as it was when you bowled that googly.

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    Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Illahi Rajiyoon.

    I remember seeing him at Old Trafford. He was fielding on the boundary next to me. I offered him some Pepsi, but he turned it down. An ATG and a true legend in every sense of the word.

    May his soul rest in peace and may Allah grant him the highest place in Jannat.

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    Sad news, Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Illahi Rajiyoon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammerhead786 View Post
    Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Illahi Rajiyoon.

    I remember seeing him at Old Trafford. He was fielding on the boundary next to me. I offered him some Pepsi, but he turned it down. An ATG and a true legend in every sense of the word.

    May his soul rest in peace and may Allah grant him the highest place in Jannat.
    When was that?

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    RIP, old wizard

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    Inna lillahi wa inna ilaehi raajioon, absolute champion, agree with imran had Drs been available in his day he would had stacks of test wickets

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    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has expressed its shock and grief at the news of legendary leg-spinner Abdul Qadir’s passing and has sent a message of condolence to his family.

    PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani said: “We are devastated with the news of Abdul Qadir’s passing and on behalf of the PCB, I want to express my deepest condolences to his family and friends.

    “The PCB, like every Pakistani, is proud of his services to cricket and Pakistan. His contributions and achievements were not only limited on-field, but he ensured he transferred the art of leg-spin to the up-and-coming cricketers.

    “Apart from being a maestro with the ball, Abdul Qadir was a larger-than-life figure who was adored, loved and respected across the globe due to his excellent understanding and knowledge of the game, and strong cricket ethics and discipline.

    “He played hard cricket within the spirit of cricket and in doing so, not only earned respect from his opponents but turned his foes into friends.

    “Today, global cricket has become poorer with his passing. He will be missed but will never be forgotten.

    “In these difficult times, the PCB stands together with Abdul Qadir’s family members and friends, and wish them the strength to cope with this sad loss.”

    PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan said: “To say we are shocked at his passing will be an understatement. Stalwarts like Abdul Qadir are born in decades and today Pakistan cricket has lost one of its most beloved and admired sons.

    “Abdul Qadir may have passed, but his contribution to global cricket – by giving popularity and impetus to the art of wrist spin bowling that inspired hundreds of youngsters across the planet – will live forever.

    “Abdul Qadir was one of the all-time greatest. His friendly and warm presence will forever be missed.”

    Qadir is credited for keeping the art of wrist-spin alive in the days when it was losing the charm. He picked up 236 and 132 wickets in 67 Tests and 104 ODIs respectively across a cricketing career that stretched 16 years.

    He made his Test debut for Pakistan in December, 1977 at Lahore against England and played Test cricket for 13 years. Ten years later, against the same opposition and at the same venue, he would return his best figures nine for 56.

    His decade-long ODI career ran from 1983 till 1993.

    Qadir also served as a chief selector for the national men’s side for six months, after getting appointed to the post in November 2008

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    Inna lillahi wa inna illahi rajioon

    May he rest in peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    When was that?
    It was 1982 I think.

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    Did they talk about this on the Ashes coverage? As Saj put quotes by Shane Warne and Abdul Qadir about it

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    To pass away at the age of 64 is very sad and shocking. This is why it is so Important to live a healthy lifestyle especially once you hit your mid 30's onwards when you start realizing that you are no longer invincible and you have to start watching your eating habits and have to put in daily exercise

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    This is so tragic and heart breaking. One of the greatest Pakistani players to play the game. May Allah grant him peace and the highest place in Jannah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hadi123 View Post
    Did they talk about this on the Ashes coverage? As Saj put quotes by Shane Warne and Abdul Qadir about it
    Yes.

    Shane Warne and David Gower were on commentary at the time.



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    this is really shocking news. The guy wasnt that old.

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    Horrific news.

    Abdul Qadir was an integral part of the greatest and most consistent Test side Pakistan ever had under Imran Khan in the 1980s. He revived the art of legspin and inspired many others such as Mushtaq Ahmed to follow his path.

    He helped lead the charge against the great West Indian team of the 80s, with Qadir being central in two famous drawn series in 1986 and 1988. Most notably, he took 6-16 as Pakistan skittled West Indies out for 53 in Faisalabad !

    Post-retirement, he had a habit of making incendiary comments on TV. However he wasn't the only ex-player guilty of this, and won't be the last.

    My heart goes out to his family. The best tribute PCB can pay is to rename Gaddafi Stadium, home of many great Qadir performances, as Abdul Qadir Stadium.
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    Abdul Qadir was one of the best exponents of the art of leg spin bowling. A legend! May his soul Rest in Peace!

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    Wow that is a shock to the system?

    Was he sick in recent months?

    RIP legend

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    Former spin legend Abdul Qadir Khan died in Lahore tonight following a massive heart attack.

    He was born in Lahore in 1955 and represented the country in 67 test matches and took 236 wickets. He scored 1029 runs in test matches and 641 in one day matches.

    Abdul Qadir served the game in different roles as a commentator and chief selector in Pakistan Cricket Board.

    He also groomed young talent by imparting them training at his academy in Lahore.

    President, PM express deep sorrow over demise of renowned cricketer

    President Dr Arif Alvi has expressed deep sorrow over the sad demise of renowned cricketer Abdul Qadir.

    In his condolence message, the president said Gogli's inventor Abdul Qadir brought name for Pakistan across the world.

    Dr Arif Alvi prayed for the departed soul and said his name will always be remembered in the history of cricket.

    Prime Minister Imran Khan says Abdul Qadir's death has deprived Pakistan of a great cricketer who brought fame for the country across the world.

    In his condolence message, Imran Khan said he has lost a great friend. He prayed for the departed soul and expressed sympathies with the bereaved family.

    COAS expresses heartfelt grief on demise of cricket legend Abdul Qadir

    Chief of the Army staff Qamar Javed Bajwa expresses heartfelt grief on the demise of cricket legend Abdul Qadir.

    According to the spokesperson of Pakistan Army, Major. General Asif Ghafoor, the COAS said Pakistan has lost a great sportsman and a human being.

    The Army Chief prayed for the departed soul and expressed sympathies with the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss.

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    Fell in love with cricket because of Imran K and Abdul Qadir. May Allah swt bless his soul and forgive all his sins.

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    63 is too early to die.

    RIP

  70. #70
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    So sad. He was a genius. RIP Abdul Qadir
    Last edited by MenInG; 7th September 2019 at 10:36.

  71. #71
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    Inna lillahi wa inna illahe rajioon.

    A great name of Pakistan cricket as well as a major chapter in the art of legspin as a whole.

  72. #72
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    Very sad and shocking news He was one of pakistan greats Gone too soon!

  73. #73
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    Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajiun.

  74. #74
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    Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Illahi Rajiyoon.

  75. #75
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    Innalilla he wainna illehe rajeoon.

    A legend and a wonder cricketer.

    I did not always agree with his views but his legendary status is undeniable and it is s sad loss. May Allah swt grant him Jannat.

  76. #76
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    Rip..

  77. #77
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    Great bowler who made leg spin famous before the likes of Murali and Warne even started in the game. I feel we under utilised a man of his amazing ability, he should have played much more for the country. A very useful lower order batsman as well. Rest in peace sir.


    PP's own self proclaimed sharpshooter and defender of Islam and Pakistan.

  78. #78
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    RIP legend.

  79. #79
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    May 2019
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    Was an amazing bowler of his time. RIP

  80. #80
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