Full name: Inzamam ul haque
Birth Date: 3 March 1970
Batting Style: Right handed batsman
Bowling style: Slow left arm
National side: Pakistan (Inzamam ul haque pakistani Cricketer)
Test debut: 4 June 1992 v England
ODI debut: 22 November 1991 v West Indies
Inzamam ul haque Pakistani cricketer born in 3rd March in the year of 1970 in the giant cricket country Pakistan. He is also known as Inzy which is his nick name. Inzamam ul haque is an ex-Pakistani famous cricket player. In fact he is especially famous for his most dangerous batting in the history of world cricket internationally. He was the leading run scorer for PakistanI national cricket team in One Day international Cricket and the third-highest run scorer for his country in international Test cricket following the famous Pakistani cricketer Younis Khan and another giant cricketer Javed Miandad who played 6 cricket world cups including the winning team in the year of 1992. He had been played the role of captain of the Pakistan national cricket team since the year of 2003 till 2007. Also he is considered to be one of the best captains in Pakistani national team’s Cricket history. Inzamam ul haque is currently working as the chief of Pakistan cricket team selection board.
Inzamam ul Haque Pakistani Cricketer
Inzamam ul haque is famous for his brilliant performance in the semi-final of the Cricket World Cup, 1992. He stayed one of the leading batsmen for Pakistani national cricket team throughout the decade in both international Test cricket as well as in the One Day International cricket. In the year of 2003, he had been appointed as the captain of their Pakistani national team. His career as a national team’s captainship ended when Pakistan exit from the Cricket World Cup, 2007 from the very beginning. In the year of 2007 on 5th October, Inzamam ul haque took retirement from all types of international cricket including ODI, Test and T-20.