Pakistan’s former international all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez was the subject of a robbery with the criminals getting away with loot worth millions at his Lahore residence.
The news was first reported by a private news channel in Pakistan.
According to the details available, the robbers forcefully entered Hafeez’s residence from the back gate before making their way to the cricketer’s room and stealing all the international currency notes in his possession.
A family member of Hafeez’s wife, Nazia Hafeez, filed a First Information Report (FIR) at the Defence Police Station.
According to the complaint, the robbers stole 20,000 US Dollars, 4,000 Pounds, 3,000 Euros and 5,000 AED in foreign currency alongside his wife’s valuables including jewellery.
The police have reportedly begun their investigation into the matter.
Mohammad Hafeez and his family were not at the residence when the robbery took place.
The 42-year-old is currently with his team Quetta Gladiators in Rawalpindi, taking part in matches being played at Pindi Cricket Stadium.
The all-rounder has not had this best campaign this year, scoring 93 runs in 4 innings with the bat while not taking a single wicket from just the five overs he has bowled this year.
He can earn redemption during Quetta’s final two games against Zalmi and Multan Sultans.