Sohail Abbas was conceived on 9 June 1975 in Karachi is a Pakistani field hockey protector, punishment corner expert and previous chief of the Pakistan Hockey Group.
He is the most noteworthy objective scorer ever, with his present objective count at 348.
Sohail is a previous understudy of Karachi’s Habib State funded School, the school of numerous other hockey stars. Truth be told, it has been properly commented that hockey is instructed as a subject in this school.
He originated from a brandishing family; his dad, Syed Iftikhar Hussain, was a previous top of the line cricketer. He spoke to Karachi and in addition Pak Sickle Club, well known for creating Zaheer Abbas. Sohail is eldest of three siblings. Raheel Abbas, his more youthful one, is an IT proficient and an Expert/Top of the line Cricketer. Sohail has frequently said that his motivation originated from his uncle, Safdar Abbas, a left-winger who scored against Argentina amid the 1974 World Container as 16-year-old kid. Sohail is quick to underline the part played by Safdar, who, Sohail says, roused him as a youth.
When he made his global presentation amid the seventh Pakistan-India arrangement 1998, his part was just to originate from the seat for punishment corner drills. His presentation was at Peshawar’s Lala S.M. Ayub Hockey Stadium on Saturday, 28 February 1998. Pakistan supervisor Islahuddin Siddiqui affected a substitution halfway through the tie, yet neglected to have an effect. He neglected to score in three punishment corners as Pakistan won 4-1. The next day, on 1 Walk 1998, in the second test at Rawalpindi’s Armed force Hockey Stadium, Abbas reported his landing on the universal scene in emotional design, scoring a drag flick from a punishment corner which ended up being the match-champ in Pakistan’s 2-1 triumph.
At the point when the lead was changed after the 1998 World Glass, he was not considered for the sixteenth Ward Diversions by mentor Shahnaz Sheik. In any case, he arranged a rebound to win silver in Lahore’s twentieth CT and bronze in Bangkok’s thirteenth Asian Recreations around the same time.