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Former Pakistani Spinner Mohammad Hussain passes away

Former Pakistani Spinner Mohammad Hussain passes away

Former Pakistani Spinner Mohammad Hussain passes away:

Former Pakistani Spinner Mohammad Hussain passes away: Former Pakistan left-arm spinner died at the age of 45 in Lahore. He had been suffering from kidney and diabetes for some time.

Mohammad Hussain played two Tests and 14 ODIs for Pakistan between 1996 and 1998.

He made his Test debut against Zimbabwe in Faisalabad in 1996 when he had to wait for two years for his second Test match.

He was a regular member of the ODI squad for a period of 12 months from May 1997 to April 1998, but during that time Pakistan became part of the playing XI in less than half of the 36 ODIs played.

He took 13 wickets in this format, including four in the match against India in Dhaka during the Silver Jubilee Independence Cup.

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