Full name Mohammad Saeed
Born August 31, 1910, Lahore, Punjab
Died August 23, 1979, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan (aged 68 years 357 days)
Major teams Pakistan, Maharaja of Patiala's XI, Muslims, Northern India, Punjab, Southern Punjab
Batting style Right-hand bat
Relation Son - Yawar Saeed
|First-class span||1929/30 - 1954/55|
Mian Mohammad Saeed, first captain of the Pakistan cricket team, against West
Indies at Lahore in 1948-49, died suddenly in Lahore on August 23, eight days short of his 69th birthday. He played for Northern India in the Ranji Trophy in the 1930s and after partition appeared for Punjab in the Qaid-e-Azam Trophy. He was father of the former Somerset player Yawar Saeed and father-in-law of Test bowler Fazal Mahmood. He had recently been chairman of the Pakistan Test
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