Inzamam ul Haq Son, Wife, Age, Height, Run Out, Nephew, Record, Teams

Published on: Apr 12, 2017 3:08 pm IST|Updated on: Apr 22, 2024 5:20 pm IST

pakistani cricketer inzamam ul haq

Inzamam ul Haq is one of the most profilic batsmen in the histroy of Pakistan Cricket. The former Pakistani captain, Inzi also chaired selection committee after retiring from International cricket.

Date of Birth 3 March 1970
Height 6 ft 2 in
Wife Kashifa ul-Haq
Jersey Number 8


  • Inzamam-ul-Haq scored 35 International centuries (25 Test, 10 ODI), inlcuding a test triple hundred.
  • Inzamam is the third-highest average in ODI cricket as a captain after Ricky Poting and Mahendra Singh Dhoni and also a long tenure captain after Imran Khan.
  • He set a record for scoring the half-centuries in One Day Internationals 83.
  • Moreover, he is the second batsman who scores 10,000 runs in one-day internationals.

Careers Turning Point: When he was picked by the legend Imran Khan itself for the 1992 ICC Cricket World Cup which was held in Australia and New Zealand. 

Major Teams: Pakistan, Asia XI, Faisalabad, ICC World XI, ICL Pakistan XI, Lahore Badshahs, Multan, National Bank of Pakistan, Rawalpindi, United Bank Limited, Yorkshire

Nickname: Inzi

Role: Middle order batsman

Test debut: vs. England at Edgbaston, Jun 04, 1992 

ODI debut: vs. West Indies at Gaddafi Stadium, Nov 22, 1991

T20I debut: vs. England at Country Ground, Aug 28, 2006

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Inzamam ul Haq Wife

Inzamam-ul-Haq’s wife’s name is Kashifa ul Haq.

Inzamam ul haq wife

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Marriage Date: NA

Inzamam ul Haq Son



Is Imam-ul-Haq is son of inzamam ul Haq?

Imam-ul-Haq is the nephew of Inzamam-ul-Haq. He is the son of Inzamam-ul-Haq’s brother, Imdad-ul-Haq. Imam-ul-Haq’s cricketing lineage extends further as his grandfather, Abdul Hafeez Kardar, was a prominent figure in Pakistani cricket. Kardar was Pakistan’s first captain and later served as the manager and administrator of the national team.

While Imam-ul-Haq’s connection to his famous uncle Inzamam-ul-Haq has undoubtedly brought attention, he has worked hard to establish his own identity as a cricketer. He has shown promise and has had some notable performances for Pakistan, although his career has also been subject to scrutiny and criticism.

Birth Place: Multan, Pakistan

Nationality: Pakistani

Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Pisces

Father: Peer Intizam ul Haq

Religion: Islam

Address: Multan, Pakistan

Former Pakistani cricketer Imran Khan praised Inzamam for his batting. Once he stated that “I think Inzamam is as talented as Brian Lara and Sachin Tendulkar but little does he realize his true talent”.

He was awarded the Sitara-e-Imtiaz from The Pakistani Government in 2005.

Inzamam is also a left-handed bowler in southpaw he bowled 58 balls and picked 3 wickets in his entire ODI career.

He captained Pakistan cricket team from 2003-07 which includes 30 Tests and 11 winnings.

How many times did Inzamam run out?

Inzamam-ul-Haq gained notoriety for being involved in numerous run-out dismissals. Inzamam-ul-Haq was run out a total of 40 times in his ODI career. This number is higher than his dismissals by LBW (39) and being bowled (37).

Did Inzamam ul Haq enter the stands with a bat to confront a spectator?

Yes, there was an incident involving Inzamam-ul-Haq and a spectator named Shiv Kumar Thind during a One-Day International (ODI) match between India and Pakistan in the 1997 Friendship Cup held in Toronto, Canada. The incident gained significant attention and became a viral video in cricketing circles.

During the match, an Indian spectator, Shiv Kumar Thind, reportedly made some derogatory remarks towards Inzamam-ul-Haq. This provoked a heated response from Inzamam, who, in a fit of anger, entered the stands while carrying his bat, intending to confront the spectator.

The incident caused a momentary disruption in the match, and security personnel had to intervene to calm the situation. Inzamam was eventually persuaded to return to the field, and the match resumed.

The incident sparked widespread discussion and debate, both within the cricketing community and among fans. Inzamam’s actions were criticized by many, as entering the stands with a bat is considered a breach of sportsmanship and could potentially incite further violence.

Inzamam-ul-Haq later expressed regret over his actions and acknowledged that his behavior was inappropriate. He apologized for his actions and stated that he had been emotionally charged at the time. The incident served as a lesson to players and highlighted the importance of maintaining composure and professionalism on the field, even in the face of provocation from spectators.

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