The students of a university in Karachi paid a befitting tribute to the two legends of Pakistani cricket Misbah-Ul-Haq and Younis Khan. The students painted gorgeous mural of the former crickters on a wall outside Pakistan Sports Board, Sports Complex near National Stadium Karachi.
The powerful and energetic duo of Misbah-Ul-Haq and Younis Khan walked out of the stadium for the last time on Saturday’s final test match against West Indies bringing a finish to decades of great cricketing and leaving their fans with precious memories to cherish and heavy hearts.
The students chose a fitting image of Misbah-ul-Haq for the tribute. The painted image shows Misbah saluting. This is from the time when the test captain saluted his team after scoring a hundred and dropped down for the famous push-ups that started a trend all over the world.
For Younis Khan, the students picked more of a general photo to pain in which he is shown holding his bat and helmet after a brilliant session of cricket.
Misbah and Yonis have both contributed immensely to Pakistan Cricket. Their personal records say all about their great career.
- Matches 75
- Runs 5,222
- Best 161*
- Average 46.62
- 100s – 10
- 50s – 39
- Matches 118
- Runs 10,099
- Best 313
- Average 52.05
- 100s – 34
- 50s – 33
Misbah and Yonis may not be seen on the field anymore but they will always remain close to our hearts forever. We wish them best for their next ventures in life.