Pakistan internationals past and present came together as Bears’ Hassan Ali took time to meet Wazir Mohammad, Pakistan’s oldest living Test cricketer. Wazir – who played 20 Tests between 1952-59 – was part of the pioneering Pakistan team of 1954 that toured England for the first time. He top scored in the final Test, unbeaten on 42, as they shocked an England side featuring the likes of Denis Compton and captain Len Hutton to win at The Oval. The 94-year-old, now living in Solihull, is the only surviving member of that series.