Pakistan batsman Mohammad Hafeez has been named as the Cricket World® Player Of The Week after his all-round performance helped Pakistan level their One-Day International series in New Zealand.
Hafeez scored his maiden ODI century, took a wicket and a catch as his side won the in the six-game series by 43 runs in Christchurch.
Hafeez eclipsed his previous highest score of 92, eventually going on to hit 115 in 144 balls as he shared half-century stands with Misbah-ul-Haq and Umar Akmal which steered Pakistan to winning total of 293 for seven.
He then played his part in the field, taking the catch which dismissed Jacob Oram for 17, and having Scott Styris caught by Akmal for 46 as New Zealand could only reach 250 for nine in reply.
Other contenders for the weekly award were England's Jonathan Trott, Australia's Shane Watson and David Hussey.
make Hafeez 9/1 to be man-of-the-match in the fourth match, which takes place on 1st February.
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