Young Pakistan cricketer bullied at school for his height, 7ft 6inc tall Pakistani Mudassar Gujjar is training with Lahore Qalanders to become world's tallest cricketer.
Pakistan cricket has produced a number of tall cricketers over the years. Back in September 2010, fast bowler Mohammad Irfan came to the fore. and now Mudassar Gujjar Born on October 12, 1997 and standing at an incredible 7.6 feet, the Pakistan youngster has always cherished a aim to become the tallest player to feature in international cricket.
Mudassar Gujjar, who’s a gigantic 7’ 6” hails from Lahore and has his goals set for the future regarding his cricket career. He youngster wears 23.5 shoes and if nurtured with care, can be a threatening prospect for oppositions in the future. Gujjar also wants to play for the Lahore Qalandars, currently led by Sohail Akhtar, in the Pakistan Super Kings (PSL).
Gujjar admitted that although his height was due to a hormonal condition, he was in peak condition for any level of cricket. “My height, in fact, is a blessing as I can run faster and be the fastest bowler too,” he said.
Due to the pandemic, Gujjar has been forced to keep himself fit playing basketball at the local club. One day, he hopes to overtake Pakistan’s Mohammad Irfan, who is 7.1 feet, had been the tallest bowler in international cricket so far. But for the moment, all that is behind him as Gujjar looks ahead to achieve his dreams.