Javed Miandad is officially induct into the Pakistan Cricket Board Hall of Fame. Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad was formally induct into the PCB Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad was formally induct into the PCB Hall of Fame on Saturday. Faisal Hasnain, CEO of PCB, presented him with a commemorative cap and plaque. Furthermore, Miandad, who represented Pakistan from 1975 to 1996, amassed 16,213 international runs with 31 centuries in 357 games. Moreover, The 64-year-old is one of only two men’s cricketers to have competed in six ODI World Cups. Miandad expressed his gratitude for being inducted into PCB’s Hall of Fame.
Javed Miandad inducted into the Pakistan Cricket Board Hall of Fame.
“I’m humble and honor to induct into the PCB Hall of Fame. It is fitting that these inductions take place while an international cricketer is in charge of Pakistan cricket affairs because he understands better than anyone else the hard work and sacrifices that a cricketer must make to reach the top pedestal “According to a PCB statement, Miandad.
“Every time I stepped onto the field, I wanted to make a difference for my team and country through my performance. To accomplish this, I devised my own training and preparation plans, also employing novel methods for visualizing the opponents and conditions I would face. I’m overjoyed that my efforts yielded positive results and that I was able to serve my team and country with performances that made us a proud cricketing nation “He also continued.
“I was fortunate to have always had excellent and outstanding contemporaries who supported and encouraged me, and I want to express my heartfelt gratitude to the people of Pakistan for their unwavering support and love to this day. This has always been my source of inspiration and motivation in my pursuit of excellence “Miandad then signed off.