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Sachin Tendulkar presents a shield to former cricket captain Hanif Mohammad

(FILES) In this photograph taken on January 27, 2006, Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar (2R) presents a shield to former Pakistan cricket captain Hanif Mohammad (L) as Indian coach Greg Chappell (R) looks on during a visit to the Arabian Sea Country Club in Karachi. 

Former Pakistan batsman Hanif Mohammad, player of the world's longest Test innings, died on August 11, 2016 in a Karachi hospital after a prolonged illness, doctors said. The 81-year-old was famous for his dogged batting in Pakistan's nascent years in international cricket, having opened as a schoolboy for the country's first Test against India in Delhi in 1952. / AFP PHOTO / AFP FILES / ASIF HASSAN / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - NO ARCHIVES
(FILES) In this photograph taken on January 27, 2006, Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar (2R) presents a shield to former Pakistan cricket captain Hanif Mohammad (L) as Indian coach Greg Chappell (R) looks on during a visit to the Arabian Sea Country Club in Karachi. Former Pakistan batsman Hanif Mohammad, player of the world's longest Test innings, died on August 11, 2016 in a Karachi hospital after a prolonged illness, doctors said. The 81-year-old was famous for his dogged batting in Pakistan's nascent years in international cricket, having opened as a schoolboy for the country's first Test against India in Delhi in 1952. / AFP PHOTO / AFP FILES / ASIF HASSAN / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - NO ARCHIVES

(FILES) In this photograph taken on January 27, 2006, Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar (2R) presents a shield to former Pakistan cricket captain Hanif Mohammad (L) as Indian coach Greg Chappell (R) looks on during a visit to the Arabian Sea Country Club in Karachi. Former Pakistan batsman Hanif Mohammad, player of the world’s longest Test innings, died on August 11, 2016 in a Karachi hospital after a prolonged illness, doctors said. The 81-year-old was famous for his dogged batting in Pakistan’s nascent years in international cricket, having opened as a schoolboy for the country’s first Test against India in Delhi in 1952.

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