Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq was a class hitter and later became a genius with a willow tree. He not only rose as one of the most talented batsmen but also attracted everyone’s attention with his inspiring captain skills. Multan-birth dominated in Test cricket with an extraordinary punch, scoring as many as 8,830 running at a brilliant average of 54.02. Inzi also destroyed 25 tons and 46 fifties in his career.
Among the many records held by Inzamam, one achievement is quite special, and that’s when he played a great knock 329 times against New Zealand in Lahore in 2002. He carved his name in a notebook as the second highest scoring individual on the Test. cricket from his country.
Given the great innings, Inzamam said he missed the chance to score a fourfold century in the game and needed to spend another hour to break the 400-run mark.
On Sunday, in a YouTube video, Inzamam recalled the day and said Imran Nazir had scored a century and when he reached 300, at that time New Zealand players were exhausted. The phenomenon of hitting said he could reach 400 if he fought for another hour.
“329 was a very memorable round for me, my biggest round in all cricket matches. The special thing about that day is that it was very hot. Imran Nazir also made a hundred at the time, and we were on top. When I built the innings, the poor Kiwi players became very tired. “When I cross 300, their body language tells me that you can score as many times as you want, let us go,” Inzamam said.
The former Pakistani also stated that if he had a batsmen with him, he might have created history that day.
“If I have the batsmen beside me and we lose 5-6, I think I have the chance to make a world record. There is no time factor and running also comes fast. Maybe I can keep making more than 400 runs. I only need one more hour to reach the mark, “added the 50-year-old man.
Speaking of games, it starts when Pakistan wins the lottery and chooses to hit first. The host lost Shahid Afridi’s opener early on the duck, and soon Younis Khan was dismissed cheaply on 27 of 41 balls. However, then the opening Imran Nazir formed an important partnership with Inzamam, to take the game from the visitors. Nazir played 127 strokes of 203 balls well, while Inzamam maintained his goal until the end and finally scored the highest score in the Test Cricket.
Inzamam’s outstanding temperament and dedication brought him to 329 matches with 38 fours and nine six, before Brooke Walker spinner Kiwi wrapped Pakistani innings for 643 by sending Inzi back to the lodge.
In response, New Zealand was bundled only for 73 in the first round, thanks to Shoaib Akhtar who completely destroyed the tourists by grabbing six goals for 11 in 8.2 overs. During the follow-up, the Black Hats were trapped in Danish’s magic round of Daneria and went all out for 246. Kaneria bagged the five-goal haul and Pakistan was won by innings and 324 runs.