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Inzamam received incredible recognition

April 13, 2014, 14:04 | Update: April 13, 2014, 14:26

He was physically somewhat of ten. To run the bat on the wicket and to run for the race so that state loses its laziness. But Inzamam ul Haq will remember the history of the 1992 Cricket World Cup for extraordinary performance and for the next kirtimai career. Marilibon Cricket Club (MCCC) has been rewarded with the rare honor of being the greatest batsman of all time in the history of Pakistan's cricket ever for outstanding contribution to international cricket. On Friday, MCC has declared his life member a legendary batsman. Along with Inzamam, MCC has given life membership to former South African wicketkeeper Mark Boucher.

In 1992, Captain Imran Khan, Captain Imran Khan, Wasim Akram, legendary fast bowler Waqar Younis, and Shahid Afridi, who were named 'Boom Boom', Inzamam-ul Haq became the lifetime member of MCC for Pakistan. In 1991, at the age of 21, the right-hander was introduced to international cricket. The top-order batsman, popularly known as 'Sultan of Afghanistan', was inducted in the Test match against England in 1992 after the one-day debut against the West Indies.

Injamam played 120 Tests, 378 ODIs and one International Twenty20 match in a colorful career. The right-handed batsman scored an average of 8,830 runs in Test cricket at an average of around 50. The most memorable of 25 Test centuries is the triple century innings of 329 against New Zealand in 2002. He has scored 11,739 runs in 378 one-dayers at 39.50. Of course, the achievement of Inzamam, Pakistan's winning number of matches with 10 centuries and 83 half-centuries, can not be fully understood.

Inzamam is also involved in cricket with the cricketing ends. He also served as the coach of the Afghanistan cricket team for quite some time after retirement. The legendary batsman has been the chief selector of the Pakistan Cricket team since 2016.

On the other hand, Mark Boucher was honored with the honor of being the first cricketer of all time after Allan Donald, Jonty Rhodes, Shaun Pollock and Darryl Kalinan. He played in 147 Test matches for South Africa and scored 5,515 runs. He also scored 4,686 runs in 295 one-day internationals. Boucher is the top wicket-taker in international cricket with 998 dismissals.
                

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