Imam-ul-haq (Cricketer)

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The pressure of being the nephew of Inzamam-ul-Haq was the first of many challenges he had to cope with in his maiden series. Imam, however, had put all that to bed and amassed an average of 45 from 5 games including three successive fifties and a 88 in his first game against India U -19. Guess what! He did all of that at the age of 16 whilst displaying glimpses of great skill and technique.  [1] Summary Summary

Title Description
Personal
Name: Imam-ul-Haq
In Urdu: امام الحق
Nick Name : Imam
Famous As: Cricketer
Nationality: Pakistani
Residence: Lahore, Punjab
Religion: Islam
Profession: Cricketer
Height: 5 Fit 9 Inch
Born
Date: 12 December 1995
Place: Lahore, Punjab Pakistan
Family
Relatives: Inzamam-ul-Haq (Uncle)
Career
National Side: Pakistan
Team Role: Top-order batsman
Batting Style: Left hand
Matches: ODI 2 , FC 31
Wickets : Fc 1
Bowling Average: FC 58.00
Batting Average: ODI 51.00 , FC 37.10
5 wickets in Innings : N/A
10 wickets in Match: N/A
Best Bowling: FC 1/4
Catches/Stumpings: N/A
Balls Bowled: FC 102
Runs Scored: ODI 102 , FC 1744
ODI Debut: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Abu Dhabi, Oct 18, 2017
ODI Last: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Sharjah, Oct 20, 2017
ODI Shirt Number: 26
Years Active: 2017
100s / 50s: ODI 1/0 , FC 4/9
Top Score: ODI 100 , FC 200*
Domestic team: Lahore Lions, Pakistan Under-19s


Profile

  1. There was insurmountable pressure when Imam-ul-Haq burst onto the scene during the U -19 Asia Cup in 2012. The pressure of being the nephew of Inzamam-ul-Haq was the first of many challenges he had to cope with in his maiden series. Imam, however, had put all that to bed and amassed an average of 45 from 5 games including three successive fifties and a 88 in his first game against India U -19. Guess what! He did all of that at the age of 16 whilst displaying glimpses of great skill and technique. 
  2. Known for his flamboyant stroke-play, Imam, unlike his uncle, is a left-hand middle-order batsman and represents Lahore in the domestic circuit. During the U - 19 World Cup in 2012, Imam failed to live up to the expectations, and could only muster a total of 78 runs from six games. Things, however, changed rapidly as he blazed 237 runs off six innings in the U - 19 Tri-series tournament in England in the same year. 
  3. Azhar Ali's injury before the start of ODI series against Sri Lanka, in October 2017, in the UAE enabled an opportunity for Imam to prove his potential. He debuted in the third ODI in Abu Dhabi and anchored a successful run-chase, cracking his maiden international ton while at it. A sharp ring fielder, Imam, is a sprightly character on the field. 

Career Information

  1. ODI debut vs Sri Lanka at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Oct 18, 2017
  2. Last ODI vs Sri Lanka at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Oct 20, 2017

Batting Career Summary

   M  Inn  NO  Runs  HS  Avg  BF  SR  100  200  50  4s  6s
 ODI  2  2  0  102  100  51.0  128  79.69  1  0  0  5  2