Pakistan’s great Javed Miandad turned 62 on Wednesday (June 12) is considered one of the best batsmen Pakistan ever produced. Miandad was noted for his aggressive batting technique and his nature was exactly what Pakistan needed.
He has served as a captain of the Pakistan team. He is widely known for his historic last ball big six against India in 1986 at Sharjah, when 4 runs were required to win, winning an international game in that fashion for the first time, and for his contribution with the bat in the 1992 ICC World Cup.
After his playing career, Miandad has remained the coach of Pakistan cricket team at various occasions, as well as held key positions in the Pakistan Cricket Board. Miandad played 124 test matches for Pakistan and scored 8832 runs with 23 centuries and 43 half centuries. His high score in test cricket was 280 runs. He has also worked as the coach for Pakistan cricket team for about three times.
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