Imam-ul-Haq responded forcefully to that issue straight away when asked are you gifted or privileged? Defying conspiracy theories and cynics who accused him of nepotism (his uncle is chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq) with a spectacular start to his international career. He became the second Pakistani player to achieve three figures in his maiden encounter as he scored a century against Sri Lanka on his debut. He then had a fantastic performance in Zimbabwe, where he hit three centuries and became the first player in ODI history to reach four hundreds in his first nine games.
Imam is a merciless accumulator at the crease, a bespectacled, small young guy with a respectful, inquisitive note running through his speech. Imam is a left-handed opening batsman who is descended from one of Pakistan’s best batsmen of all time. He is particularly good on the drive and off his hips. Even in high-pressure situations, he appears to have faith in his abilities, though he has yet to be put to the test in truly demanding conditions or against the best quality of opposition; he was unwittingly given a favour when he was benched for the majority of Pakistan’s disastrous ODI tour of New Zealand at the start of 2018.
His start to Test cricket hasn’t been as spectacular, but his unbeaten 74 in the fourth innings of his first match saved Pakistan from an embarrassing defeat against Ireland, who were also making their Test debut. He was vulnerable to the moving ball in the two Tests that followed in English conditions, with Stuart Broad dismissing him in all three innings, twice by trapping him lbw. He possesses the necessary technique and calm demeanour to thrive in red-ball cricket, and the forthcoming home tours of Australia and New Zealand offer him with the ideal opportunity to establish himself as a long-term opener in both formats.
Full Name: Imam-ul-Haq
Born: December 22, 1995, Lahore, Punjab
Age: 25 Y
Height: 5 Ft 7 Inch
Role: Top Order Batter
Education Qualifications: NA
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Imam-ul-Haq Personal Life
On December 12, 1995, he was born in Lahore. He is the nephew of Inzamam-ul-Haq, a former Pakistani cricketer who was also the captain of the national side. Multan is where the Haq family comes from. In 1947, their forefathers moved to Pakistan from Hansi, in the present-day Indian state of Haryana.
Imam-ul-Haq has a net worth of $3 million USD (22 crore INR)
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