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Mudassir Gujjar : Meet Pakistans New Tallest Bowler

It’s not Mohammad Irfan, Pakistans New Tallest Bowler Record is Broken By Mudassir Gujjar

You might be wondering who’s Pakistans New Tallest bowler and Muhammad Irfan’s name would be coming in your mind. But here’s the correction, Muhammad Irfan’s record as the world’s tallest bowler is about to be broken by 21-year old Mudassir Gujjar,  who aspires to be a cricket player.

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Height of Parents of Aspiring Cricket Player

Mudassir Gujjar, who is a resident of Lahore was born as normal guy whose parents Hashim Mohammad (height 5 feet 6 inches) and whereas his mother Parveen is 5 feet 3 inches.

Mudassir Gujjar is part of the Lahore Qalandars development programme in PSL, is 7 feet 6 inches tall, but due to Covid-19 Pandemic, there is a pause in his career as cricket player.

As per local news agency who quoted Mudassir as saying ” I used to be the tallest child in my school and in the whole locality where I was born. I was already six-foot-tall by the age of ten and by the time I was in high school, I was above seven-feet tall.”

 

His parents became worrisome due to his height and the troubles he would have to face because of such a gigantic height.

 

According to doctors , the reason behind Gujjar’s gigantic growth is abnormal hormonal secretions.

 

Despite all the bullying and name calling at school, he is only looking at the positive side of things. He thinks his height is a blessing since he can run faster and be the fastest bowler.

 

Mudassir said, “I started training seven months ago to become a bowler but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a pause. I hope one day I will be the tallest bowler in the world.”

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