After suffering a cardiac arrest former Pakistan leg-spinner Abdul Qadir has died aged 63.
Legendary Australian leggie Shane Warne led the tributes to Qadir, who took 236 wickets for Pakistan in 67 Tests at an average of 32.81 at a career that spanned 1977 to 1990.
That haul included figures of 9-56 in Lahore in 1987 against England – .
“It’s very sad news,” Warne told Sky Sports The Ashes,”so condolences to Abdul Qadir’s family.
“I had the chance to meet with him in 1994 on my very first excursion to Pakistan. I think a great deal he was the guy who we looked around in the eighties. He had been the in this age.
“He was also a great bowler who bamboozled a lot of batsmen. His record is a terrific one.”
Sky Sports commentator and former England captain David Gower added:”He was also a fantastic, brilliant leggie.
“I enjoyed playing against him – partly the battle of playing folks of his ability. Abdul will bamboozle you and he would always ask you’have you ever picked that the googly?’
“He always said he had a few of those at least and if you played and missed one you’d say’yes, sorry, I just didn’t play with it very well’.
“I would run at him a few times also, merely to attempt to set it back on him too. He was just a beautiful guy with a enormous quantity of ability so that our condolences to close to him.”
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