Saeed Anwar And Aamir Sohail Vs India 1996 World Cup. Saeed Anwar And Aamir Sohail Vs India 1996 World Cup. Saeed Anwar And Aamir Sohail Vs India 1996 World Cup.
Pakistani opening batting was never complete without the Aamir Sohail and Saeed Anwar. Pakistan has never found a better combination for opening the batting after the departure of Aamir and Saeed Anwar. The two batsmen were legendary.
They played incredibly stunning innings for Pakistan against India and England especially which will never be forgotten. Today in our video, we are presenting a mind blowing stunning partnership of Aamir and Anwar.
Together they used to play like left handed lions on the hunt for Pakistan. They were aggressive, attacking and extremely effective openers for Pakistan cricket in the history. Aamir was born in 1966 and has remained the Chief Selector for Pakistan Cricket Board as well.
His full name is Mohammad Aamer Sohail Ali and he was a Lahori boy who used to bat with left hand and was also capable of bowling slow left arm orthodox. He played his last ODI against Sirilanka in the year 2000. He was just 300 runs short of scoring 5000 ODI runs as he played 156 ODIs. His batting average was 31.86. he made 5 hundreds and 31 half centuries.
The great left handed incredible smasher for Pakistan was Saeed Anwar. He was born in 1968. He belongs to Sindh Karachi who played his last ODi in March 2003 in the World Cup in South Africa against Zimbabwe.
His gap could never be filled even after the arrival of Hafeez and Ahmed Shehzad. Imran Nazir, Farhat and Many others have failed to bring the consistency and power to the opening stand.