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Mohammad Nissar - The Fast Bowler



Mohammad Nissar (1 August 1910 – 11 March 1963) was a cricketer who played as a fast bowler for the pre-independence Indian cricket team and domestic teams in India and Pakistan. He was born in Hoshiarpur, Punjab, and is considered the fastest pre-independence Indian pace bowler. He was arguably one of the fastest bowlers in the world during his time.

Indian batsman C.K. Nayudu claimed in writings that during his first spell, Nissar was faster than Englishman Harold Larwood, who terrorized Australia in 1932 in the infamous Bodyline series. Nissar, along with Amar Singh, formed an Indian fast bowling duo that was considered one of the best in the world during the 1930s. He was one of the founders of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). He immigrated to Pakistan in 1947 and died in Lahore in 1963.

Career

The 1932 Indian Test Cricket team that toured England. Mohammad Nissar seen standing fourth on this photo of the team captained by Maharaja of Porbandar. Mohammed Nissar was drafted into the Indian team which toured England in 1932...

Nissar's last test was against England in August 1936, at The Oval, where he managed to take six wickets, including a five-wicket haul, even though India lost the match.