- Inzamam has scored 35 international centuries for Pakistan
- 51-year-old Inzamam said goodbye to cricket in 2007
- Stayed associated with Pakistan cricket after retiring from cricket
Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has been admitted to a hospital in Lahore after suffering a heart attack. Inzamam’s angioplasty was performed on Monday evening. According to Cricket Pakistan, Inzamam was not feeling well for the last three days. The former right-handed batsman had complained of chest pain.
According to initial reports, nothing was known but on Monday his minor heart attack was reported after which 51-year-old Inzamam was taken to the hospital for surgery. The agent of this legendary Pakistan player told the media that his condition is stable and he is under the supervision of doctors for some time.
Inzamam is counted among the most successful captains of Pakistan. He has also been one of the best batsman of Pakistan. Inzamam has scored 8829 runs in 119 test matches for Pakistan. He is at number three in terms of scoring the most runs for Pakistan in Test cricket.
His fans are deeply saddened to hear the news of Inzamam’s (Inzamam-ul-Haq heart attack) being unwell. He is wishing his veteran player a speedy recovery on social media.
Inzamam, who said goodbye to international cricket in the year 2007, remained associated with Pakistan cricket even after retirement. From coach, he held many important positions in Pakistan cricket. Inzamam was also the chief selector of Pakistan from 2016 to 2019.
One of the finest batsmen since his time, Inzamam has played 375 ODIs for Pakistan in which he has 11, 701 runs to his name. Inzamam has also been the head coach of Afghanistan after saying goodbye to cricket.