Mohammad Hafeez, a former all-rounder for Pakistan, has started his first project since retiring. The Pakistan Super League (PSL) came to an end, and Hafeez has started working on a new project.
Batsman: After the T20 World Cup, he announced that he was retiring from international cricket. He has been praised and applauded for his great performance in the last PSL season.
Hafeez said on Twitter that he has taken on the job of dropping his children off at school, his first assignment since retirement.
The 41-year-old, who is a family guy and the father of three children, expressed excitement about his new job.
“Dropping children off at school. Following retirement, I took over my first project […] I’m really enjoying it, “Hafeez penned.
Hafeez, dubbed ‘The Professor‘, recently reached 200 wickets in the T20 format when he removed Multan Sultans opener Shan Masood in a Pakistan Super League qualifier between Multan Sultans and Lahore Qalandars.
Mohammad Hafeez announced his retirement from international cricket.
Mohammad Hafeez retired from international cricket on January 3, 2021, after the end of the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup.
Hafeez, dubbed The Professor, has already announced his retirement from Test cricket in 2018.
The cricketer captained Pakistan in all three versions of the game.
It took the all-rounder 18 years to score 12,789 runs and take 253 wickets in 392 international games.
Apart from that, he represented his nation in 55 Tests, 218 ODIs, and 119 T20Is, winning three ICC ODI world cups and six T20 world cups.
Hafeez, 41, began his international career in April 2003, when he played in his first one-day international against Zimbabwe in Sharjah. Later that year, on August 20, he made his Test debut against Bangladesh in Karachi.