Imam-ul-Haq (امام الحق) is a Pakistani cricketer, a left-handed opening batsman. He represented Pakistan in Test and One Day International. He became the 2nd Pakistani after Saleem Elahi to score a century on his debut match. Imam scored against Sri Lanka on October 18, 2017. He is the nephew legendary star Inzamam-ul-Haq, a former Pakistani skipper and currently selector to the National team.
Imam is the pure talent of Pakistan Cricket who came out from the first-class and List A cricket. Once he settles on crease than kept-going with his pace in maintaining his strike rate. Imam has great batting averages in One Day Internationals with 53.84 runs. He has three half-centuries to his name in 11 Test matches he played so far.
Imam scored seven centuries in just 37 ODI’s and six half-centuries. He played just two Twenty20 Internationals and got out earlier. He has 151 as the highest individual innings in ODI’s and 76 in the Test match. Imam has brilliant stats in first-class, List A and Twenty including his PSL career stats.
He scored 200* unbeaten in first-class and 151 in List A cricket while 70 in PSL. Imam scored eight centuries in List A cricket while five in first-class cricket. He gets a chance of playing in all three formats representing his national side. He played for Peshawar Zalmi during the PSL 4 and 5.
Intl. Cricket Stats
- Imam ul Haq has an impressive domestic career when he scored 200* unbeaten for Habib Bank Limited during 2016-17 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
- He formed the highest opening partnership in ODI’s with 304 runs on July 20, 2018, during the fourth ODI in triangular series between Pakistan, Australia, and Zimbabwe.
- Imam and Fakhar Zaman scored 705 runs together across the series, the most runs by a pair in a bilateral ODI series.
- He became second fastest to score 1000 runs in One Day International, during the 3rd ODI against South Africa, doing so in his 19th innings.
Imam Ul Haq Career Stats
Imam ul Haq Profile
|Date of Birth||12 December 1995, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan|
|Current Age||23 Years|
|Playing Roll||Top-order batsman|
|Batting Style||Left hand|
|Test Debut||11 May 2018 v Ireland|
|ODI Debut||18 October 2017 v Sri Lanka|
|Major Teams||Pakistan, Lahore Lions, Lahore Whites, Pakistan Under-19s, Peshawar Zalmi|