| Mohammad Nadeem Ghauri|
12 October 1962 (1962-10-12) (age 52)
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Slow left-arm orthodox
Nadeem Ghauri Wikipedia
Mohammad Nadeem Ghauri (Urdu: محمد نديم غورى, born 12 October 1962) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in one Test and six One Day Internationals (ODI) in 1990.
Ghauri was born in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Ghouri's only Test match appearance came against Australia in 1990. He had the unfortunate record of scoring neither a run nor taking a wicket in his Test career.
In 2005, Nadeem Ghauri officiated in his first Test as umpire, making his debut at Dhaka in a Test between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe. Five years earlier, he made his debut as a One Day International umpire in his hometown in match played between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Nadeem Ghauri has officiated in five Tests, 43 ODIs and four T20Is.
In 2009, while Ghouri was traveling with the Sri Lankan cricket team to Gaddafi cricket stadium, the bus in which they were riding was attacked by terrorists. Ghouri was not injured.
In April 2013 Nadeem Ghauri was suspended from umpiring for four years by the Pakistan Cricket Board, after being guilty of being willing to accept money for favourable umpiring decisions. In December 2014, he asked the PCB to reconsider his ban.
As of the 13 December 2011: