Personal Information

Full NameInzamam-ul-Haq
BornMarch 3, 1970 Multan, Punjab
Age53 Years, 11 Months, 28 Days
National SidePakistan
Batting StyleRight Handed
BowlingSlow left-arm orthodox



Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL

Career Information

Teams PlayedPakistan, Asia XI, ICC World XI, Hyderabad Heroes, Lahore Badshahs, ICL Pakistani, Faisalabad, Multan, National Bank of Pakistan, Pakistan A, Pakistan Inv XI, Rawalpindi, United Bank, Water and Power Development Authority, Yorkshire, Pakistan Under-19
Career Span

Inzamam-ul-Haq Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

120200228830329 v NZ254611054849.6054.02810
3783505311739137* v NZ108397114439.5274.241130
World Cup
3533371781 v AUS0454723.9074.60160
1111111* v ENG0001-73.33--

Bowling Performance

11.30800/8 v ZIM00-5.33-
69.416431/0 v BAN0021.336.6219.33

Inzamam-ul-Haq Profile

When it comes to classic run-outs, massive sixes and bulky strokes, only one name is associated to these cricketing traits and that is of Inzamam-ul-Haq. A man with a dominating presence and cricketing instinct to die for, Inzy as he was fondly known, was one of the best in business. At a time when Inzamam was still finding his feet in international cricket, former great Imran Khan rated him as the best batsmen in the world against a solid pace attack.

With a magical willow and thumping effect, Inzamam scored at a prolific rate all throughout his career. Be it against the fast bowlers or against a spin attack, Inzamam was gifted with amazing footwork and placement skills. His 329 against the New Zealanders is rated as one of the best Test innings played by a cricketer. However, the sleeping giant got caught in a rough run with his willow, but he did not count himself out and made a massive comeback into international cricket scoring an unbeaten 138 against Bangladesh in Multan, soon after the poor run in the 2003 cricket World cup.

Recognized for his composure, Inzamam was sure to lead his nation some day and so he did. Who can forget the match against England, where Inzy and his Men forfeited the Test after umpire Darrell Hair docked five runs for ball tampering. When Pakistan was eliminated from the 2007 World Cup, followed by the mysterious death of Coach Bob Woolmer, Inzamam announced his retirement from international cricket in 2007. One of the greatest batsmen churned by Pakistan, Inzy fell agonisingly two short of Javed Miandad's record for the highest Test aggregate by a Pakistan batsman.