Pakistani cricketer Nauman Habib found dead in Peshawar

Updated: 11 October 2011 21:34 IST

Pakistani first-class cricketer Nauman Habib has died in Peshawar, reportedly a victim of murder.

Pakistani cricketer Nauman Habib found dead in Peshawar
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Pakistani first-class cricketer Nauman Habib has died in Peshawar, reportedly a victim of murder. Habib, 32, had gone missing on October 9 after leaving his house in Hayatabad, Peshawar, for a nearby gym; his body was found near his house on October 11. Habib had been playing for Peshawar against Multan from October 6-8 in the first round of this season's Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and had taken seven wickets in the match.

Habib, a right-arm seamer, played 63 first-class matches and 30 List A games. He had taken 221 first-class wickets at an average of 26.22, with nine five-wicket hauls; he took ten wickets in a match three times.

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