Usman Qadir Shares a Heartfelt Message For Late Abdul Qadir After Series Win

Young Pakistan leg-spinner, Usman Qadir, has admitted that he missed his father immensely following his performances in the T20I series against Zimbabwe.

He made these remarks in a social media post on Wednesday. Taking to Twitter, the talented spinner, who won the man of the series award in his first-ever outing, wrote:


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I don’t have words to describe my feelings today. Just want to say I am missing you, dad.

Qadir, the son of the legendary Abdul Qadir, made his T20 International debut in the first T20I and finished the series as the highest wicket-taker with eight wickets in three games at an average of 7.50 and an economy rate of 5.45.


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His best performance came in the final T20I, where he registered his career-best figures of 4-13 in four overs. Qadir’s father passed away in September 2019 after suffering a heart attack.

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