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#OnThisDay in 1955, one of the world's greatest spinners Abdul Qadir was born. His record 9/56 in the 1987 Lahore Test against England still stands as the best bowling figures in an innings for Pakistan.

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Players from all teams lined up for a minute's silence in memory of Abdul Qadir, ahead of the opening day of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Follow live updates from the games: 📸: PCB

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Thousands of mourners, including cricketers and government officials, attended the funeral, Saturday, September 7, of Pakistan cricket star Abdul Qadir, who died at the age of 63 a day earlier. (Reuters)

'If you had no idea what cricket was as a child watching it for the first time, you would watch the game, ball after ball, over after over, day after day, just for Abdul Qadir's action' @OsmanSamiuddin 's tribute to Bau, the greatest leggie of his time

Imran Khan leads tributes to 'genius' Abdul Qadir after former Pakistan leg-spinner dies aged 63

Abdul Qadir, the former Pakistan cricketer who was widely regarded as one of the greatest wrist-spinners in history, has died. He was 63.

Abdul Qadir was life of dressing room entertaining team with humour: Pak PM Imran Khan #PAK  #ImranKhan  #AbdulQadir  #PCB  #Cricket 

Two legends, Abdul Qadir (Star Crickter) & Abid Ali (Beautiful Artist) left this world early. Great loss indeed to us Pakistanis. Condolences with their families. Rest in peace both.

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Remember playing against Abdul Qadir, one of the best spinners of his times. My heartfelt condolences to his family. RIP.

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Take a look back on a five-wicket haul in the 1983 Boxing Day Test for Pakistan great Abdul Qadir, who passed away on Friday

They called him the magician for many reasons but when he looked me in the eyes & told me I was going to play for Pakistan for the next 20 years, I believed him.A Magician, absolutely. A leg spinner & a trailblazer of his time. You will be missed Abdul Qadir but never forgotten

Abdul Qadir, the legendary Pakistan leg-spinner, has passed away at the age of 63. May he rest in peace.

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BREAKING: Former Pakistan legspinner Abdul Qadir has passed away at the age of 63.

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Such sad news that former Pakistan leg spinner & former TMS summariser Abdul Qadir has died at the age of 63. Our thoughts with his family and friends. #bbccricket 

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Legendary wrist-spinner, Pakistan icon, England's nemesis, beloved mentor and inspiration to many – remembering Abdul Qadir.

At 43, still good enough to turn out for Pakistan, Abdul Qadir spent a summer playing club cricket in Melbourne. The few who saw him remember it like it was yesterday From our archives, Christian Ryan recounts the story of that summer

Abdul Qadir Bedil is regarded as a master of Persian poetry, particularly in Tajikistan. Born in Patna, he was greatly influenced by Sufism.

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