March 10, 1990, Sialkot, Punjab
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Right arm Medium fast
After working in a leather factory, earning his livelihood through welding work and working as a helper in a law firm in Sialkot, Mohammad Abbas struck with his second ball in Test cricket when he dismissed Kraigg Brathwaite for a duck at Sabina Park in 2017.
Abbas hails from a small village, Jathekey, situated in the outskirts of Sambrial in the Punjab province of Pakistan. He made his first-class debut in early 2009 for his regional side Sialkot, who won the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy that season. He played three games taking only four wickets at an average of 32 in 2008-09. He emerged to prominence only in 2016 after two successful domestic seasons. He was the top wicket-taker in the 2015-16 domestic first-class competition with 61 wickets in 10 matches at an impressive bowling average of 16.78 for Khan Research Laboratory.
He drew the national selectors' attention by leading the wicket-taking charts in 2016-17 again, taking 71 wickets at a stunning average of 12.74. He then picked 15 wickets in the Departmental One Day Cup, a domestic one-day competition, to further stamp an impression to get selected. His performances and fitness rewarded him with a spot on the tour of the West Indies in 2017 where he was handed his Test cap by captain Misbah-ul-Haq.
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|Hampshire vs Yorkshire||5*||3/25 & 3/37||25-Jul-2022||Scarborough||FC|
|Hampshire vs Gloucs||0*||1/6 & 0/66||19-Jul-2022||Cheltenham||FC|
|Hampshire vs Warwickshire||0*||1/22 & 3/31||11-Jul-2022||Southampton||FC|
|Hampshire vs Somerset||0*||2/21 & 2/11||19-May-2022||Taunton||FC|
|Hampshire vs Gloucs||0* & 0||6/45 & 3/62||05-May-2022||Southampton||FC|