Name Inzamam-ul-Haq
Player Type Right-handed Batsman
Date of Birth 3rd March 1970
Father’s Name P.H. Inzamam-ul-Haq
Birthplace Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Career Starting Date 15th November 1991 (Test debut)
Career Retirement Date 18th October 2007 (ODI) / 6th October 2007 (Test) / N/A (T20)
Matches Played 120 Tests, 378 ODIs
Centuries 25 (Test), 10 (ODI)
Half Centuries 46 (Test), 83 (ODI)
Ducks 15 (Test), 19 (ODI)
Nervous Nineties 4 (Test), 3 (ODI)
Wickets 22 (Test), 6 (ODI)
Captainship in Matches 31 Tests, 87 ODIs
Man of the Matches 10 (Test), 18 (ODI)

Biography: Inzamam-ul-Haq, born on 3rd March 1970 in Multan, Pakistan, is one of Pakistan’s cricketing greats, best known for his powerful batting and calm demeanor on the field. Standing tall at the crease, Inzamam was a prolific run-scorer and a dependable middle-order batsman for Pakistan.

He made his Test debut in 1991 and went on to represent Pakistan in 120 Test matches and 378 ODIs. Inzamam’s batting was characterized by his ability to anchor the innings and play aggressive strokes when required.

During his illustrious career, Inzamam scored 25 Test centuries and 10 ODI centuries, along with 46 Test half-centuries and an impressive 83 half-centuries in ODIs. However, he faced 15 ducks in Tests and 19 in ODIs.

Inzamam had a few nervous nineties in both Test and ODI formats but managed to convert most of them into memorable centuries.

While primarily known for his batting, Inzamam also bowled occasionally, picking up 22 Test wickets and 6 ODI wickets during his career.

Inzamam’s leadership qualities were recognized, and he captained Pakistan in 31 Test matches and 87 ODIs, guiding the team with his experience and strategic acumen.

His performances earned him numerous “Man of the Match” awards in both Test matches and ODIs, reflecting his match-winning contributions to the team.

World Records:

Note: As of my last update in September 2021, here are some of Inzamam-ul-haq’s world records across formats:

World Records Record
Most run in a single World Cup edition (1992) 249 runs
Most sixes by a Pakistan batsman in ODI cricket 144 sixes

Please note that these records might have changed or been broken after September 2021.

Brand Endorsements: inzamam-ul-haq’s popularity and status as a cricketing icon made him a sought-after personality for brand endorsements during his playing career. His influential presence on and off the field made him an attractive choice for various brands. While I do not have access to specific details of his brand endorsements beyond September 2021, it is evident that his association with reputable brands further solidified his legacy as a cricketing great and a commercial personality. His endorsement deals reflected his marketability and brand appeal, and he remained an influential figure in the advertising world even after retiring from cricket.

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