On this day, in 1970 Pakistani legendary leg spinner Mushtaq Ahmad was born. When he was in his prime, with his right arm whipping over and the ball spitting both routes from the pitch, Mushtaq Ahmed was insidiousness represented. He had his minutes in the Test coliseum – 185 of them.

However Mushy’s signature minute was the 1992 World Cup last. Wasim Akram took the features, yet Mushy took the enormous wickets of Graham Gooch and Graeme Hick in a dumbfounding spell. Regularly unpredictable, Mushtaq additionally took several shocking pastings off Australia – 1 for 145 off 36 overs in Rawalpindi in 1994-95, and 3 for 194 off 38 in Brisbane five years after the fact.

A superb season for Sussex in 2003, when he turned into the first bowler in five years to take 100 wickets in the English season, got him go into the Pakistan Test side quickly. On the other hand, as his universal vocation blurred away he remained a match-victor for Sussex and additionally joined the Indian Cricket League. He resigned from five star cricket towards the end of the 2008 season and consumed the part of England’s twist bowling mentor.

By: Mohammad FurQan Bhatti