Syed Inzamam-ul-Haq, also known as Inzi and aloo, is a Pakistani cricket coach and former Pakistan cricketer. He was the leading run scorer for Pakistan in one-day internationals, and the third-highest run scorer for Pakistan in Test cricket. He is the only Pakistani batsman to score 20,000 runs in international cricket arena. He was the captain of the Pakistan national cricket team from 2003–07. As well as being a prolific batsman, he also occasionally bowled gentle left-arm spin. Inzamam rose to fame in the semi-final of the 1992 Cricket World Cup. He remained one of the team's leading batsmen throughout the decade in both Test and ODI cricket. In 2003, he was appointed captain of the team. His tenure as captain ended after Pakistan's early exit from the 2007 Cricket World Cup. Inzamam retired from international cricket in 2007, following the second Test match against South Africa, falling three runs short of Javed Miandad as Pakistan's leading run scorer in Test cricket at the time.
|Born:||March 3, 1970, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan|
|Height:||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|Bowling style:||Slow left-arm orthodox|
Pakistani cricketer who became known as one of the greatest batsman in Pakistan's history. He captained the national team from 2004 to 2007 and retired as the country's leading run-scorer in ODI's.
He was born in Punjab and made his ODI debut in a match against West Indies in 1991.
In 2005, he was awarded the Sitara-i-Imtiaz, the third-highest civilian award handed out by the Pakistani government.
He married a woman named Kashifa and has a son named Ibtasam-ul-Haq.
He and Wasim Akram led Pakistan to its first-ever Cricket World Cup title in 1992.
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