We did an article on Inzy about his 5 best innings but it won’t be right if we do not do a full profile article on this great man and not just focus on some of his great innings. He deserves to be celebrated just like the rest of the Pakistan legends are being done so. Inzamam-Ul-Haq was one of the very best players to ever come out of Pakistan and he impacted world cricket in a deep way.
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Inzamam-Ul-Haq was the best batter of the Pakistan team from the early 1990s and he was in the conversation for the best batter in the world at that time along with Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, Ricky Ponting etc and that is a very elite list to be a part of. He was also the captain of the Pakistan team for a number of years and gave the nation lots of success under his leadership. Let’s look at the Profile Stats and Records of the amazing Inzamam-Ul-Haq.
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Personal Information :
Inzamam-Ul-Haq was born on 3rd March 1970 in Multan in Pakistan and since the time he was a young boy he was into cricket and he wanted to represent his nation at the highest level and he worked hard on his batting skills. He was called Inzi by his teammates and his colleagues and he was also called the Sultan of Multan by the fans . He was 6 ft 3 inches In height which allowed him to play all types of shots and not worry about getting bounced out as he could use his height to good effect.
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International Information :
He played international cricket for Pakistan from 1992-2007 and he was a constant pillar of the team during his playing days and he won then a lot of matches as well throughout his career. He played his first test match on 4th June 1992 vs England and after 15 years at the top of his game he played his last test match vs South Africa in 5th October 2007. He played his first ODI on 22nd November 1991 vs West Indies and after 26 years of dominance he played his last ODI on 21st March 2007 vs Zimbabwe at the 2007 World Cup.
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Career Stats :
5 Wickets in an innings
10 Wickets in a match
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He had the second best score batting at number 4 in Test Cricket history (329 Runs)
He has the third most runs in fours and sixes in a test innings (206 Runs)
He has the seventh most runs by a batter in ODIs cricket (11739 Runs)