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CWC 2019: Hafeez talks about his new celebration


Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez’s new unique celebration grabbed fans’ eyeballs in the World Cup tournament. Hafeez styles and twirls his moustache during his celebration which has become a sensational hit among his teammates and the fans too.

CWC 2019: Hafeez talks about his new celebration
Mohammad Hafeez’s moustache has been one of the talking points in the World Cup.

Hafeez disclosed that it took 2 months to grow his moustache and is even happy that everyone likes his celebration.

Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur, who is also a secret fan of Hafeez’s moustache has confessed that the 38-year-old all-rounder is “very fashion conscious”.

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“It took two months to grow the moustache. When I was going for a game, it was in my mind to twirl my moustache during the game. I am happy that people have liked it,” he told Geo.tv.

Pakistan are riding high on confidence: Hafeez

Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez disclosed that the team is riding high on confidence in the dressing room due to the team’s win over England.

Thanks to match-winning innings by Hafeez who was named the player of the match for his 62-ball 84 knock. Besides his candid knock, he showcased his mettle with the ball as he took the key wicket of skipper Eoin Morgan. Pakistan beat the hosts nation England by 14 runs and got their World Cup campaign back on track after they lost their opening fixture to the West Indies by seven wickets.

“We didn’t start well against the West Indies but the way we performed against England has boosted our morale and confidence has returned to our dressing room,” Hafeez told Geo.tv.

“When you perform and contribute to the team’s success, you’re automatically boosted and I can see this in the dressing room. Players are energetic about the tournament.”

Pakistan’s next World Cup assignment will be against Australia in Taunton on Wednesday. Pakistan have played 2 games so far, winning 1 and losing 1 whereas Australia have played three, won twice and lost once.

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