Javed Miandad has been officially appointed to the PCB Hall of Fame.© Twitter
Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad on Saturday was officially appointed to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Hall of Fame. PCB Chief Executive Faisal Hasnain presented a commemorative hat and plaque to him. Miandad, who played for Pakistan between 1975-1996, collected 16,213 international runs with 31 runs in 357 matches. The 64 -year -old is one of only two male cricketers to have played in six different ODI World Cups. Miandad said he felt honored after being appointed to the PCB Hall of Fame.
Javed Miandad has been officially appointed to the PCB Hall of Fame pic.twitter.com/WJ4NgBFRPP
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“I feel humbled and honored to have been appointed to the PCB Hall of Fame. It is only fitting that this induction occurs when an international cricketer takes the lead in Pakistani cricket affairs as he better understands the hard work and sacrifices of others. A cricketer makes to reach the top pedestal , “Miandad said in a statement issued by PCB.
“Every time I step onto the playing field, I want to contribute to my team and country through my performance. To realize this, I develop my own training and preparation plan using innovative methods that reflect the resistance and situations I will face. I am happy with my efforts. yielded good results and I was able to serve the team and the country with a performance that made us a proud cricket nation, ”he added.
“I am fortunate to always have such an outstanding and outstanding peers who support and encourage me and I would like to thank especially the people of Pakistan for their support and love so far. This has always been my inspiration and motivation in the pursuit of excellence,” Miandad sign.
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