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‘Legendary cricketer Abdul Qadir inducted into the Hall of Fame, declared the unforgettable inventor of Google’


The Hall of Fame’s greatest honor is to recognize his skill and ability in spin bowling, the ICC said

According to the details, the famous Pakistani cricketer Abdul Qadir (deceased) has been included in the “Hall of Fame” by the ICC recognizing him as the unforgettable inventor of Google. Abdul Qadir’s award will be received by his son Usman Qadir in Sydney tomorrow before the semi-finals.

The ICC praised his performance and said that Abdul Qadir has been inducted into the Hall of Fame based on his leg-spin bowling prowess.

Glimpses of Qadir’s leg spin, googly and wrist spin bowling are still seen in the fields today.

It should be remembered that Abdul Qadir troubled the great batsmen of the world in the 70s and 80s with his devastating bowling. He took 236 Test wickets for Pakistan. Legendary cricketer Abdul Qadir passed away due to cardiac arrest in 2019.

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