BiographyMahmood Hussain one of the stalwarts of Pakistan's early cricket.He took 60 wickets in 29 Test matches and died at Northwick Park Hospital at the age of 59, having been admitted there in September for the treatment of diabetes mellitus. Known as a 'great fighter' during his playing days, he maintained his spirit to the end, in his battle with the dreaded complications of diabetes.
Major TeamsPakistan, Pakistanis, Pakistan Prime Minister's XI, Karachi Whites, Imtiaz Ahmed's XI, Pakistan Governor-General's XI, Chief Commissioner's XI, Karachi A, National Tyre and Rubber Company, East Pakistan Governor's XI
Batting and Fielding Averages
|Test debut||India v Pakistan at Lucknow, Oct 23-26, 1952|
|Last Test||England v Pakistan at Leeds, Jul 5-7, 1962|
|First-class span||1949/50 - 1968/69|
|5 wickets in innings||2||19|
|0 wickets in match||-||3|