Robbers robbed the house of former cricketer Muhammad Hafeez’s home in DHA Lahore.
According to details, Robbers steal cash worth millions of Rupees and foreign currency from cricketer house. FIR has been registered against unknown robbers for the theft at the police station in DHA, the robbers entered from the backside window.
Robbers steal 5,000 UAE Dirhams, 20,000 US Dollars, 4,000 British Pounds, and 3,000 Euros from his home.
The police said that they were investigating the matter and soon culprits will be placed behind bars.
Remember that Muhammad Hafeez is currently playing Pakistan Super League (PSL 8) and was in Rawalpindi yesterday, representing his team Quetta Gladiators.
About Muhammad Hafeez
Muhammad Hafeez a Pakistani cricketer known as Professor has represented the Pakistan national cricket team in all formats of the game. He was born on 17th October 1980, in Sargodha, Pakistan.
Hafeez is a top-order batsman and a handy off-spin bowler. He made his international debut in 2003 and has since played over 200 One Day Internationals (ODIs), 100 T20 Internationals, and 55 Test matches for Pakistan.
Throughout his career, Hafeez has been known for his consistency with the bat and his useful bowling performances. He has also been a regular member of the Pakistan team in major international tournaments, including the ICC Cricket World Cup and the ICC World Twenty20.
Hafeez has also played in various domestic T20 leagues around the world, including the Indian Premier League (IPL), the Caribbean Premier League (CPL), and the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). In addition to his cricketing skills, Hafeez is also known for his leadership qualities and has captained the Pakistan team in several matches.
Muhammad Hafeez is currently playing in Pakistan Super League season 8 and representing Quetta Gladiators.