Pakistan former legendary leg-spinner Abdul Qadir dies of cardiac arrest
Former Master Leg Spinner of Pakistan Abdul Qadir passed away due to a Heart attack on Friday.
He was 63.
Abdul Qadir is survived by his wife, four sons, and a daughter.
All sons Rehman, Imran, Sulaman, and Usman have played first-class cricket in Pakistan.
The top-spin bowler has appeared in 67 Test and 104 One Day International (ODI) matches between 1977 and 1993.
Abdul Qadir captained the Pakistan cricket team in five ODIs.
He played 209 first-class matches and claimed 960 wickets with an average of 23.24.