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December 1, 2012
Munir Malik, the former Pakistan bowler, died in Karachi on November 30 after prolonged illness. He was 78.
Malik played his debut Test against Australia in 1959 in Karachi and picked up three wickets in the match. He played two more Tests during Pakistan's 1962 tour of England and added six more wickets to his tally. His first-class career spanned 10 years from 1956 to 1966 during which he picked up 197 wickets from 49 matches.
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