Former Indian captain Mohammad Azharuddin refreshed his fans’ memories through his latest post on social media where he was seen playing some of his trademark photos.
Azharuddin posted a clip on Twitter where he looked relaxed, dressed casually in a red shirt and gray shorts. He picks up the cricket bat, showing his signature shots including movements towards the side of the foot, back foot punches as well as the array cover drive.
Azharuddin was at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Uppal, Hyderabad, in front of a booth named after him. “Knock on beats … punctuality like #AzharFlicks in the past,” he wrote.
– Mohammed Azharuddin (@azharflicks) June 4, 2020
Azharuddin last played for India 20 years ago before the ban was imposed for his involvement in the famous match-fixing scandal in 2000. He played his last match against Pakistan in the 2000 Asian Cup.
Known for his stylish stroke play, Azharuddin is one of the most successful captains in India. He was also considered a winger at a time when Team India was not very strong in the department.
In April Azharuddin joined Indian Cricketers Association initiative to support former players during coronavirus locking.
The former cricket player promised to donate Rs 10 lakhs.
In September last year, Azharuddin was elected as president of the Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA).
Azharuddin has played 99 Test matches for the country and scored 6,215 runs with an average of more than 45. He also represented India in 334 ODI, scoring 9,378 runs.
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