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|Full name||Muhammad Qasim|
|Date of birth||May 1, 1984|
|Place of birth||Islamabad, Pakistan|
|Playing position||Right winger and Forward|
|Ravi FC Islamabad|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of January 11, 2012
He earned his first international cap by head coach Akhtar Mohiuddin against Iraq in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers, a game which Pakistan famously drew 0-0 in Aleppo, Syria with Qasim's strong running and work-rate giving a strong impression for the coaching staff and fans alike.
His first goal came in a friendly against Nepal at Pokhara on March 27, 2008 which Pakistan won 2-0 after a long run from his own half before a powerful shot that beat the Nepalese keeper. Qasim later scored an international hat-trick in the 9-2 record win against Guam in the 2008 AFC Challenge Cup qualifiers.
International Career Stats
Goals for Senior National Team
|March 27, 2008||Pokhara, Nepal||Nepal||2-0||Won||Friendly|
|April 6, 2008||Taipei, Taiwan||Guam||9-2||Won||2008 AFC Challenge Cup qualification|
With Islamabad United
With KRL FC
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